The Influence Of Wi-Fi On College Campuses

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As a senior in high school, I know all too well the process of selecting the best college for my future education. There are many reasons why I picked the University of Colorado at Boulder. I knew that I wanted to go into business and Leeds School of Business has modified their curriculum to best match the current needs in the business world. Many future students, including myself, may not think about the issue of the quality of Wi-Fi speeds around campus, but as a concurrent enrollment student at Arapahoe Community College I have experienced how slow the Wi-Fi can affect my ability to work. In one of my classes the Wi-Fi was so slow that I couldn’t complete the task that was assigned to me, essentially wasting an entire class. I propose that the recent grant that ACC received goes towards improving Wi-Fi …show more content…
In Danny Mareco’s article “Is your Campus Wi-Fi quality affecting student enrollment?” He says that in a recent information provided by 7Signal, 38% of students said that the quality of campus Wi-Fi was a deciding factor when choosing a school to attend.” This is a very crucial statement, because if ACC wants to increase the student enrollment rate then it must first fix the quality of the Wi-Fi on campus. Mareco goes on to say, “that any college will know that one of their tasks is to support the future development on campus and this means that the college must remain up to date with current technology in order to remain competitive”. This statement is what every incoming student wants to hear because when choosing colleges, students want to be surrounded by the most current technology and this includes high speed Wi-Fi. I would make the assumption that as an administrator one of your most essential tasks is to increase student enrollment and what better way then increasing the quality of the campuses Wi-Fi because it will also increase student’s productivity and

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