David Hinson, Apogee Campus Chief Information Officer, works closely with schools to develop future-proof technology strategies and designs for campus IT service delivery while providing long-term solutions to building an innovative and resilient institution.
For Eureka College, a liberal arts college in Illinois, fusing tradition with transformation is part of its history. Founded by abolitionists in 1855, Eureka paved the way for equality as the third U.S. college to admit men and women on an equal basis.
To continue its rich, nearly 200-year history of educational innovation, Centenary College of Louisiana is transforming with managed technology services to free up the IT team to deliver blended learning modalities, comply with federal regulations, and produce successful student outcomes.
With COVID-19 slamming New York City in the first wave of the pandemic in Spring 2020, Pace University had to send all students home and move all classes online. As the fall approached, the university had to determine whether and how to safely bring students back or implement a fully virtual semester.
SUNY Maritime College was experiencing and anticipating rapid changes in technology, the environment, the regulatory picture, and increased globalization. To meet these challenges, one of the key elements in Maritime’s strategic plan “Charting a New Course” was strengthening the college’s technology capabilities. And none was more critical than the residential housing network (ResNet).
University of New Hampshire looked to Apogee, their Campus Engagement services partner since 2014, to help provide the critical communications needed for three key types of information:
health and safety public service announcements, emergency alert messaging, and community building in the hybrid onsite/virtual space.
With Apogee Campus Engagement Services, College of Charleston, a public liberal arts college in Charleston, South Carolina, instituted programs to better prepare students for professional employment after college.
When COVID-19 hit and students were abruptly sent home, the sense of community that colleges and universities had meticulously created through time-tested methods became severely weakened. But three institutions — Central College, the University of New Hampshire (UNH), and Governor’s State University — are successfully continuing years-long campus community traditions even in the unprecedented era
At Centenary College of Louisiana, a small liberal arts college in Shreveport, LA, providing wireless connectivity to the student body is one of its topmost priorities. And it has been that way for years. Early on, Centenary made a strategic decision to outsource and partnered with Apogee.
“The student comes first,” is the mantra at James Madison University (JMU), a large public university in Harrisonburg, Virginia. So, when the school’s 20,000 mostly undergraduate students started demanding comprehensive wireless access, JMU listened. With time a critical factor, JMU made the strategic decision to outsource and partnered with Apogee.
After experiencing extraordinary growth in enrollment and addition of several large-scale residential communities, San Francisco State University's technology and support needs increased rapidly. School officials developed an ambitious plan for network expansion over the next 15 years. With tight capital budgets and limited staff resources, SFSU decides to partner with Apogee.
At Ithaca College, a mid-size liberal arts college in Ithaca, New York, you'll find a world-class Wi-Fi network used by students, teachers and guests for everything, everywhere. But it wasn't always like this. More than 14+ years ago, Ithaca made a strategic decision to outsource and partnered with Apogee to pave a progressive path for technology. Apogee was selected.
Every spring, Johns Hopkins University's admissions department hosts a series of admitted students' visits to introduce students to the university and drive recruitment. Apogee's Student Ambassador at Johns Hopkins University was involved with the admissions office and suggested using Apogee Student Engagement Services to increase visibility for the SOHOP posts.
The Campus Engagement account manager at the University
of New Hampshire believed in Apogee’s vision of collecting broccoli and cake content to drive student engagement and success. When evaluating the success of the platform and communicating to other decision-makers in the campus community, he needed concrete metrics to prove the value of the campaigns.
The University of Mary Washington wanted to consolidate campus communications in an effort to engage students while solidifying essential information structures and continuing to provide access to the CableTV coverage students were demanding.
As a service aiming to engage students and drive success through persistence and retention, the Campus Engagement team curates event posts, social media posts, YouTube videos, and other content submitted through Apogee’s custom-branded portals. Pace University wanted to let Apogee curate all of their content according to the pre-established written guidelines the university had created, but was wa
The University of New Hampshire had an active Campus Engagement network to showcase events on campus. The university wanted to ensure that students were ingesting the content and being informed about events and opportunities that would drive success. To do so, the university took Apogee's broccoli and cake engagement model into account.
The State University College at Buffalo’s existing infrastructure could not keep pace with the rising number of residents and devices. Understanding that providing a reliable way to access online resources was key to the school’s competitiveness, Buffalo State’s administrators partnered with Apogee to deliver a new and comprehensive student network.
Schreiner University in Kerrville, Texas, has successfully tapped technology to prepare students and staff to thrive in today’s collaborative, 24/7 environments. Learn how Schreiner teamed with Apogee.