UB Survey Results: One Stop Student Services and the Impact on Student Success
In an effort to simplify the student experience, improve engagement and retention, and streamline communications, an increasing number of institutions are employing a “one stop” student services model.
To explore this topic, University Business has conducted a recent subscriber survey about how higher ed leaders view one stop student services, and how this strategy is meeting the needs of many institutions and their students.
Attend this web seminar to learn the results of this survey, and participate in a discussion focused on strategies for employing a one stop student services model, with a panel of campus leaders from a full array of departments including IT, Facilities, Residential Life, Library Science, Marketing, HR and Institutional Advancement. Learn how these departments are collaborating for improved student success.
Chief Product Strategist
Director, Enterprise Computing Services and CTO
Florida Atlantic University
Assistant Director, Support Services
The University of Cincinnati Foundation
Johnson County Community College
Associate Director, User Services
University of Nevada-Reno
Director, Customer Technology Support
University of Idaho
Director of Service Management
Metropolitan State University
Who will benefit:
College and university leaders interested in student services, technology or student success. Anyone may attend.