Connected Campus Webinar: Tales of Using Salesforce Across the Lifecycle
The idea of a Connected Campus is the ability to connect to all constituents in a whole new way leveraging social, mobile and cloud technologies on a single unified platform. While some are already there, many are still on a journey to becoming a Connected Campus where they use Salesforce as a system of engagement across the entire student lifecycle. On Thursday, November 20 at 2pm EST/11am PST, learn more by tuning in to our free webinar for higher education institutions, Connected Campus Collage: Tales of Using Salesforce Across the Lifecycle.
Join us to learn how University of Minnesota, Tulane University, and George Mason University School of Business are using Salesforce across the student lifecycle and their journeys to become a connected campus. The webinar will be specifically geared towards IT, Recruiting, Admissions, Student Affairs, Student Services, Advancement, Outreach, and Marketing professionals.
During the webinar, you’ll heard from Amjad Ayoubi, PhD, Senior Associate Dean at Tulane University and Jim Gilbert, Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Programs, George Mason University School of Business. From University of Minnesota, we will also be joined by Renee Fawcett, Service Director of Enterprise CRM, Carrie Otto, Associate Director of the One Stop Student Services, and Kelsey Quiring, Director of Communications for the Office of Admissions.
Register now for our upcoming webinar, Connected Campus Collage: Tales of Using Salesforce Across the Lifecycle, and join the conversation on Thursday, November 20 at 2pm EST/11am PST.
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