Students 411 Now on Orgsync Platform

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Students 411 Now on Orgsync Platform

New OrgSync Platform in Place for Students 411

Earlier this summer Fairfield University launched our new-look Students 411 platform which will be powered by OrgSync .  OrgSync is a web-hosted, online community that provides a ‘one-stop-shopping’ portal for students to manage their activities and involvement.

OrgSync will improve our ability to communicate information, market events, and streamline how we share information both internally and externally. In addition, OrgSync will allow us to centralize resources online, collect data, archive organizational information, and make many of our administrative processes entirely paperless.

Students from the Class of 2018 were introduced to OrgSync as part of Orientation. Training and information sessions for returning student leaders, student organization advisors, and OrgSync administrators will take place in September.

Visit Students 411

To access Students 411, click on the 'Current Students' tab of the Fairfield.edu home page.

Submit News

It is simple to submit an announcement to the new platform. Visit the home page of Students 411 , scroll down and select "Submit News" on the left-side navigation, click "Begin Form" and enter the information.

For more information, please contact tmcclain@fairfield.edu or fkuo@fairfield.edu or dbennett@fairfield.edu .

Last modified: 08-12-14 12:16 PM

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