According to a new report, thanks to a lack of digital options and tedious online protocols part of many campus technology initiatives, students say they study less and think less of their university.
- One-third of students feel student administration systems do not meet their expectations, making them less likely to recommend the institution.
- Unit4, an enterprise applications for service organizations company revealed this result as part of a multi-national research study on students’ perceptions of their campus technology.
- The survey also found that 7 in 10 students would recommend that their universities review and change its digital strategy.
(Next page: Overview; suggestions students have for campus technology improvement)
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