Campus Administration Management

Campus administration must be secure and well managed in order to increase quality of service and the performance of the administration that can pave the way for the academic success. This is beneficial for each student and also the management of the University.

We believe that academic success of a student is also associated with the quality of service that the campus administration gives. The purpose of this article is to provide a prototype for supporting the formation of effective management-focused campus. So that campus may achieve adequate yearly progress, ensuring that all students

In past inflexible management systems were available those having limitations for effective data management such as organizing, sorting, deleting, and version control. Now there are numbers of campus management system expanded and used in software industries which vary in size,range and capability. Many systems can be scaled to different levels of functionality by purchasing add-on modules and can typically be configured by their home institutions to meet their local needs.


Role based user management

Campus management has been implemented with supportive feature of role based user management that provides super administrators with the ability to create, delete, identify and control the state of users logged or registered in the application. At the phase of user creation, administrator can define the role to each user


Every campus has unique requirements, and operates differently. In order to achieve the dynamicity of the system. Campus management has been implemented as to make its components customizable and configurable.

Information Tracking

Campus management software is a well designed system not only to store the student information system but also to track the information stored in the database.


Well-equipped search functionality has extended the ability, not only in pages but also in reports to get the desired lists of students.

Dynamic Reporting System

Reporting architecture which supports the format of HTML, PDF and excel can be applied in generating reports for campus administration and those formats are customizable.

Unique ID System

The ID for each student is generated at the base of his admission year, campus, faculty and admission type, giving unique and informative ID for each student. Such a unique ID system allows one to inquiry student’s information from the system

No employee is able to see/edit/modify the information that is not pertinent to his/her role in the organization. This acts as a great management tool and allows authorities to have direct control over the employees access to the software and to the school’s information resources in general.

6 Secrets to a Winning On-Campus Information Session

Information sessions are standard practice for some academic disciplines and programs. Regardless of the building popularity of social networking and electronic recruitment tactics, the on-site information session is still a key method of connecting with students and building your brand at most schools. For smaller firms or those new to campus recruitment, information sessions can be an innovative method of branching out. Contact the career centre of the school you are interested in to get hints on holding these sessions. Your intention should be to gain a captive audience with the purpose of providing details of career opportunities at your organization.

Here are 6 secrets to success:

1. Build it, and they shall come. When offering information sessions, remember to think of ways to entice students to your session. Hint: Food always brings students. You will boost your chances of a successful turnout by footing the bill for some food. Remember, for your first session or two at a site, you are building the excitement about your brand. Food and giveaways will help build that excitement.

2. Your reps are very, very important. As far as representatives are concerned, alumni and “like” individuals are very powerful at an event like this. If you can, bring positive employees that are alumni and promote and demonstrate a successful career for a recent graduate. You want the students to see themselves in a similar role and being able to connect the dots of the next steps in their career with a path in your organization. This can be very powerful. Also, your representatives should be trained to be ongoing contacts – their job shouldn’t be done at the end of the session. They are, in fact, your best recruiters.

3. Give a presentation, not a lecture. At the information session, do give a presentation, but keep it short and entertaining. Students are in lectures all day… they don’t want to hear one from someone who isn’t responsible for their grades. Educate them about your organization, your brand, your value proposition, and sample employee paths through real-life examples if possible. Tell them why they might fit with your organization. Find a hook. If you can talk about an issue that is important or familiar to the group, you can attract a larger crowd and provide an experience that students will appreciate.

4. Always be sure to have an entertaining, informed speaker. Yes, it is great to have the CEO deliver the message, but only if that person is a powerful speaker. If you have to go a level or two down from CEO to find an engaging speaker -do it. The CEO can be there, but don’t put the crowd to sleep in order to have the “top dog” deliver the presentation.

5. Interaction, interaction, interaction. The old real estate adage about location can be turned to something very useful when it comes to interaction and relationships. Make interaction opportunities a priority in an information session. Set up time both before and after a presentation for students to interact with your representatives. In campus recruiting, it always applies that personal interaction is paramount. People entering a career field love to speak with people who are experiencing the field first hand. Be sure to facilitate that experience for them.

6. The space must be enticing. Spend the time to ensure that the room you have for your information session feels right. The size and ambiance should facilitate personal interaction, food should be delivered on time, and details should be seamless. Finally, find a way to get contact names and means of thanking them for their attendance. Again giveaways with ballots are a clever way to do this.