User Group 2017 Highlights

In Brief:

  • The user group meeting is a time for our institution partners to share their experiences in working with us and using our products.
  • Several individuals from various institutions across the country shared insight and expertise on industry relevant subjects.
  • In addition to valuable discussions and insights and keeping on theme with Campus Tech on the Move, we shared upcoming product enhancements and information about our newest mobile product, Campus KeyTM .

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With over 20 years of experience in higher education in marketing, enrollment management and student financial services, Nadine joined the Nelnet Campus commerce team in May 2018. She is passionate about marketing, the client experience and delivering on the brand promise. Born and raised in South Africa, Nadine came to the U.S. as an international student and completed a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in marketing and a Master degree in Business Administration at Andrews University in Michigan. Nadine is a champion of the student experience and loves to mentor young professionals. She resides in Lincoln, Nebraska with her husband Vaughan and children Adele (7) and Brendan (4) – they love traveling, playing and family time.

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We hosted our annual user group, Campus Tech on the Move, May 31st through June 2nd in New York City. From learning best practices on engaging with incoming Gen Z students, to gaining a stronger understanding of current mobility trends and how to automate current manual processes, Campus Tech on the Move covered a wide range of topics.

The user group meeting is a time for our institution partners to share their experiences in working with us and using our products. Throughout the meeting, we covered product updates, addressed current and upcoming company initiatives, heard from industry experts, and gave meeting attendees the opportunity to collaborate and connect. Compliance, privacy laws, regulations, and data security continue to remain top of mind for every department within an institution. Receiving product feedback and hearing the challenges our clients are facing help us to enhance our products throughout the year and provide ideas for future product needs.

Several individuals from various institutions across the country shared insight and expertise on industry relevant subjects. David Glezerman, Assistant Vice President & Bursar at Temple University, reminded us that compliance is everyone’s job while Robert Roach, Vice President & Chief Global Compliance Officer at New York University shared tools with the group to help ensure campuses are monitoring and complying with a variety of issues. Dilauna Burks, Administrative Assistant at the University of Missouri, spoke on behalf of their experience transitioning from a faxed and paper form process to a comprehensive online experience.

In addition to valuable discussions and insights and keeping on theme with Campus Tech on the Move, we shared upcoming product enhancements and information about our newest mobile product, Campus KeyTM . In partnership with AT&T, Campus KeyTM  will allow our institutions to keep up with the expectations of today’s students by providing access to campus life from their mobile device.

We look forward to continuing to work with our clients to provide information, products and services to help improve their work lives.