Prepare Your Interactive Campus Map for Family Weekend

From CampusBird Blog

Once students have settled into school, many colleges and universities invite families to their campus to kick off Family Weekend. Although Family Weekends vary by school, they generally include fun-filled activities designed to reconnect families and to offer a chance for the whole family to explore campus and the surrounding areas.

Family Weekends are often tied to sporting events. For example, Clemson University’s Family Weekend brings generations of Clemson students and families together to root for the Clemson Tigers.

Although students generally know their way around by Family Weekend time, it’s a different story for families; many have only received a brief tour of the campus before or at the start of school, while other families are not able to tour the campus at all.

With different activities taking place in many locations, interactive campus maps can be an essential source of information – as well as a wayfinding tool – to help students and families enjoy the weekend.

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Win $5k in 3D Renderings for Your College at NACAC 2016

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Don’t miss your opportunity to win a 3D rendering package at the 72nd National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC 2016) conference, an annual education and networking event held September 22 – 24th at The Greater Columbus Conventional Center in Columbus, Ohio.

CampusBird be hosting a booth in the Exhibit Hall and raffling off ten 3D rendering packages. Imagine your football stadium, or that planned student center, science building or library in a rich, 3D image for you to share.

We are giving away one Grand Prize worth $5000 in 3D production and ten Second Prizes worth $2500 each in 3D production*. The prize drawing will be held on Friday, September 23rd at 3PM at the CampusBird booth (#849).

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Do Students Actually Use College Campus Maps?

From CampusBird Blog

You’ve been considering upgrading your campus map, but one pressing question is still standing out: do students actually use college campus maps?

Some people think that interactive maps are beneficial to freshmen, who – within a few short weeks – know their way around campus and stop using the map. You may have been holding out on that interactive map upgrade because you aren’t sure if it will really be of value. So let’s look at a few points.

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Interactive Campus Maps: A Powerful Admissions Tool

From CampusBird Blog

Yet another school year has started and more than 20 million students are back at American colleges and universities.

No doubt many of these students had their first experience with a university online, and used online sources to help make a final decision about where to apply and ultimately where to attend. Read more »