EdTech Think Tank Webinar Series

First Impressions Last: Seamless and Secure Onboarding Strategies for the First-Time Student

Wednesday, June 26, 2024 | 02:00 PM – 3:00 PM (EST)

Eugene Hacker

Assistant Chief
Information Officer
Ferrum College

Al Santos

Director of
Information Services
Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary

Higher education institutions who grapple with outdated, legacy delivery models have turned their focus to meeting student expectations of usability, efficiency and rich personalization to connect their educational experience to a rewarding career. Identity and Access Management (IAM) focuses on managing and controlling users’ access to an institution’s applications, web portals and digital services. For educational institutions, IAM provides a balance between achieving security, privacy and compliance and offering the user experience expected by today’s students.

Join Campus Consortium Foundation for IAM insight and experiences as we host an EdTech Think Tank webinar and welcome Eugene Hacker, Assistant CIO at Ferrum College and Al Santos, Director of Information Services at Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary. Our presenters will discuss innovative IAM strategies that simplify account creation, verification, and access to essential services while safeguarding student accounts.

Learn how higher Ed Institutions are leveraging IAM to enhance the first-time student experience:

  • Personalized Onboarding – Replace physical letters with secure welcome emails
  • Enhanced Security – Eliminate default passwords and protect student accounts
  • Registration Efficiency – Streamlining the process and reduce frustration
  • Reduce Costs – eliminate unnecessary help desk calls
  • Student Empowerment – Allow students to set their own passwords
  • Instant Access – Timely access to essential applications and resources

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