Student Engagement Mobile App and Artificial Intelligence Chatbot In-Kind Grant Success Story 

Dr. Torie Jackson, Vice President for Institutional Advancement at West Virginia University at Parkersburg, explains the institution’s need to improve student engagement and community. Due to impacts of the pandemic and limited resources and staff, WVU Parkersburg had to find a way to elevate student experience and ensure the mission and culture of the institution persisted online and on-ground. Campus Consortium introduced the school to an ed-tech partner who provided a mobile app and chatbot solution and decreased cost by subsidizing the new technology. WVU Parkersburg was able to access innovative and affordable technology due to Campus Campus Consortium’s partner program and an in-kind grant.

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Work from Home Cybersecurity, AI Chatbot and Student Recruiting CRM In-Kind Grants Success Story

Charles G. Elliott, Vice President for Information Technology/CIO at LeMoyne-Owen College, explains the institution’s requirement to enhance the student engagement and implement cybersecurity. Due to Covid-19, managing the networks with limited faculty and staff was not that easy for LeMoyne-Owen College. The college decided to make a shift to online teaching and learning to improve the student experience. Campus Consortium introduced the institution to its partner who provided cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence Chatbot and student recruiting CRM solutions while significantly reducing the cost of new technology. Head to the success story to know more.

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Single Sign-On, Password Manager, Adaptive Authentication, Mobile App and Automated Provisioning Software In-Kind Grants Success Story

Jake Fowler, Director of Campus Technology at Kansas City Art Institute, explains the institution’s need to simplify things for students, faculty, and staff. Owing to limited resources and outdated software, Kansas City Art Institute decided to make a shift to online teaching and learning. Campus Consortium introduced the institute to its EdTech vendor who provided Single Sign-On, Password Manager, Adaptive Authentication, Mobile App and Automated Provisioning Software and reduced total cost of software and services. Watch Success Story to know more.

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Single Sign-On, Password Manager, Adaptive Authentication, Mobile App and Automated Provisioning Software In-Kind Grants Success Story

Anthony K Wintera, Director of Network Services at Calumet College of Saint Joseph, explains the college’s need to increase student’s enrollment and use active directory and account management. Calumet College of Saint Joseph opted for technology solutions to improve access for students, faculty and staff online. Owing to Campus Consortium In-Kind Grant and vendor/partner program, Calumet College had access to affordable and innovative technology solutions, including Single Sign-On, Password Manager, Adaptive Authentication, Mobile App and Automated Provisioning Software at subsidized cost. Watch In-Kind Grant Success Story to know more.

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The Campus Consortium offers a variety of technology in-kind grants to institutions committed to providing students, faculty, and staff with exceptional educational tools for professional and personal success. Campus Consortium In-Kind grants are not cash awards or discretionary funds. Campus Consortium financially subsidizes a portion of cost for a specific technology solution with a specific EdTech vendor/partner. Additional financial contribution from the awarded institution is required. If an applicant institution is approved and accepts an in-kind grant, the total cost of the technology solution is shared by Campus Consortium and the Institution.

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