Join us for a discussion on Coast Community College District’s (Coast CCD) transformative journey to enhance the student experience! Leaders from Student Affairs, Student Services, Enrollment Management, Marketing, and IT, this is an event you won’t want to miss.
Since 2018, Coast CCD has partnered with Ready Education to revolutionize student services through dedicated mobile apps. These apps have helped Coast CCD students meet deadlines, access services, participate in events, join clubs, provide feedback, access resources, and connect with peers, faculty, and staff.
By prioritizing mobile technology, Coast CCD empowers students to address their needs, access resources equitably, and learn safely. This approach has not only transformed student engagement but also streamlined operations for Coast CCD staff.
In partnership with CollegeBuys, Ready Education invites you for a 1-hour webinar where you will learn:
- Effective use of technology to reach and support students wherever they are.
- Breaking free from siloed thinking to promote student success through campus-wide collaboration.
- Reviewing Coast CCD’s impressive results in driving the adoption of student services and fostering increased student/staff interactions, without overburdening already understaffed teams.
Solutions Architect, Ready Education
Kristin’s career in EdTech spans over 10 years—helping Higher Ed institutions better connect, empower, and engage their students. She joined Ready Education mid-pandemic when the need for communication transformation had never been more urgent. Kristen is passionate about disrupting Higher Education with new technology and helping her clients become change agents at their institutions. She lives outside of Boston on the North Shore where she loves to go to the beach during the 30-35 beach days that Massachusetts receives each year.
Student Life & Social Media Specialist, Golden West College
A Golden West College alumni, Jovani served as the Vice President of College Life within the Executive Student Council while enrolled at Golden West. He will be graduating this upcoming Spring from the California State University of Long Beach with a bachelor’s degree in communication studies, and transitioning to the Student Development Higher Education counseling master’s program.