Enhancing Student Experience with Mobile Communication

As higher education professionals, it’s imperative that we provide our students with a valuable, empowering student experience. More often than not, that means finding ways to communicate with them in relevant ways at each point along the student lifecycle. Join the Guidebook EDU team for a roundtable conversation as they discuss how mobile technology can (and is!) impacting student experience, ways to stay relevant in your ever-evolving communication strategy, and actionable tips for impacting specific inflection points along the student lifecycle with mobile communication.

You'll Learn:

  • How to thrive because of the digital age, rather than work against it
  • How mobile technology can be at the center of your student engagement strategy
  • Why mobile app platforms are ideal centralized student communication centers

Webinar: Mobile Communication for University Orientations

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How to Engage New Students with an App: Mobile Communication for University Orientations

Studies show that a student’s first interactions with your campus can make a significant impact on their happiness, success, and ultimately retention. For Student Affairs professionals, this means a focus on effective communication during New Student Programs is essential.

Hundreds of higher ed institutions have partnered with Guidebook to provide mobile apps for their New Student Orientations. Find out how you can reduce your reliance on websites and printed materials all while using an app as a central communication channel to create a deeper connection with incoming students.

You'll Learn to:

  • Replace your printed packets and save thousands of dollars

  • Use app features like surveys and push notifications to engage in 2-way communication

  • Develop a strategy to reach 100% of your incoming students and their families


Keith Frazee

Keith Frazee currently serves as the Assistant Director of Orientation Programs for the University of Oregon. He is also a doctoral student in Educational Leadership where his interest is in college student transition, growth mindset, and resilience.

Max Zeryck

Max served as the Student Director for Orientation at the University of Oregon. In addition to event planning, he also created mobile guides for IntroDUCKtion and Week of Welcome. Max collected the content from across campus, and managed the design and production of the Be a Duck app.

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