Colleges and universities have widely embraced sustainability goals and commitments, from climate action plans to zero-waste goals. However, in order to see measurable results, they must address the largest growing waste stream in the United States – electronic waste or e-waste.
With the skyrocketing cost of higher education, today’s colleges and universities are under increasing pressure to demonstrate measurable value to constituents. Students, parents and regulators are looking closely at student outcomes, including persistence rates, completion rates and career placement, to determine this value.
Are your payment plan options clear, and consistent with your policies, processes and procedures? Do your Financial Aid students have to jump through hoops to cover their Financial Aid shortfalls? Or, are they creating tuition refund situations by dropping classes and running off with “their” money?
With smartphones everywhere on campus, students and staff members expect complete mobile access to everything from course assignments and grades to events and sports news. So how do you identify and implement a platform for seamlessly connecting your school’s entire information infrastructure with mobile devices?
Document management holds tremendous potential for improving information security and recordkeeping compliance, streamlining processes and enabling colleges and universities to do more with less.
Institutions are under increasing pressure to provide more services, despite reduced operating budgets and elusive funding, and amid calls to hold down tuition. To meet these challenges, leading institutions are combining innovative approaches to technology and strategy, by moving to the cloud, adopting managed services, and focusing on strategic planning.