Higher Education Kiosks

Improving Efficiency in Higher Ed

Educational kiosks allow faculty, students and administration solutions for many campus related applications. Educational kiosks are helping colleges and universities increase their staff efficiency through automating many of the tasks they normally handle. This is mainly achieved by providing students and other users with self-service capabilities for things like registering for classes, purchasing books online, filling out financial aid applications and reviewing course catalogs. Here are a few of the additional benefits that they offer.

Decreased Congestion

Education kiosks are designed to support high volumes of traffic and relieve the congestion that can occur in more populated universities and colleges. They decrease the wait times associated with many of the applications that students regularly try to process. High traffic times such as orientation, athletic events and parent weekends are no longer an issue because each transaction is expedited.

Reduces Overhead Costs

These educational kiosks help lower the overall costs of overhead by decreasing the need for additional staff. They also allow existing staff members to redistribute their time more productively and focus on different aspects of their job.

Increased Branding and Visibility

Because these educational kiosks are interactive, they provide opportunities for continuous branding and visibility for the college or university. Given that these younger generations tend to be receptive to new technology, these kiosks offer a unique opportunity to interact and engage with the student body.

Higher Education Clients

  • Eastern Illinois University
  • Davidson College
  • Pensacola State University
  • University of California Los Angeles
  • University of Southern California
  • University of Missouri
  • Brooklyn College
  • University of Kansas
  • University of Berkeley
  • University of Oregon
  • University of Texas
  • University of San Diego
  • University of Utah
  • University of Louisville
  • Tennessee Technology University
  • Concordia University