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 the Campus Life Channel to increase visibility for the SOHOP posts.
Every year, Michigan State University's College of Natural Sciences hosts a Michigan Medical Schools night in which representatives from various medical schools in Michigan visit campus to explain their offerings. Apogee's Student Ambassador worked with the college to determine their vision for marketing the event, then reiterated the information to Apogee's Content Coordinator.
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 Life Channel team curates event posts, social media posts, YouTube videos, and other content submitted through Apogee's custom-branded portals.
The University of New Hampshire had an active Campus Life Channel network to showcase events on campus. The university wanted to ensure that students were ingesting the Campus Life Channel 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.