Priorities:Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Student Priorities

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Strategy #1: Increase Ease of Access to Essential Information for FAMU Students via Mobile App

The implementation of a dedicated mobile app provides Florida A&M University (FAMU) students with seamless and convenient access to comprehensive information and essential resources at their fingertips.

Tactic #1 - Research and Needs Assessment

Conduct thorough research and needs assessments among the student body to identify gaps or challenges in accessing information and resources. Use surveys, focus groups, and interviews to understand students' preferences and pain points.

Tactic #2 - Prototype Development

Create prototypes or mock-ups of the proposed solution, such as campus kiosks, mobile apps, or communication forums, to visualize the idea and gather feedback from a smaller test group.

Tactic #3 - Pilot Testing

Implement the solution on a smaller scale or in select areas of the campus to pilot test its functionality and usability. Gather feedback from students, analyze usage patterns, and assess its effectiveness in addressing the identified needs.

Strategy #2: Leverage Social Media Platforms for Interactive, Growth-Oriented Assessment of FAMU Student Well-being

By leveraging the power of social media platforms to provide seamless and convenient access to essential campus information and resources. Through strategic and interactive social media campaigns, we aim to create an accessible and inclusive platform, ensuring FAMU students have effortless access to vital information about counseling services, food pantry hours, events, and other resources crucial for their well-being and success.

Tactic #1 - Brainstorming and Idea Generation

Engage a diverse team to brainstorm potential solutions based on the identified needs. Encourage creativity and innovation to develop ideas that address the gaps effectively, considering technological feasibility and student preferences.

Tactic #2 - Collaboration and Stakeholder Engagement

Collaborate with relevant stakeholders, including IT departments, student representatives, and administration, to secure support, resources, and expertise necessary for successful implementation. Ensure alignment with the university's goals and policies.

Tactic #3 - Collect and Synthesize Feedback from Students

Collect feedback from students through surveys, focus groups, and usage analytics to assess the effectiveness and gather suggestions for improvements.

Strategy #3: Foster a Well-Connected Campus Environment via Campus Kiosk Feedback System

Implementing campus kiosks at FAMU aims to offer students seamless access to vital information, resources, and services, fostering a more connected and informed student community.

Tactic #1 - Foster Innovation Through Open Discussions, Idea Sharing, and Creative Thinking

Encourage open discussions, idea sharing, and creative thinking to generate innovative concepts, considering inputs from various perspectives.

Tactic #2 - Craft a Comprehensive Plan for Pilot Program

Develop a detailed plan outlining the goals, resources needed, timeline, and key stakeholders involved in the pilot program.

Tactic #3 - Launch and Communicate the Pilot Program to Empower Students

Implement the pilot program, ensuring clear communication about its purpose and availability to students.