Spring Break Campus Visits Visitor Programs Spring 2010
THE CHALLENGE www.clemson.edu
17 DAYS March 26-April 11, 2010 www.clemson.edu
Click to edit subtitle style 6,330 TOUR VISITORS www.clemson.edu
35 STATES At least www.clemson.edu
Click to edit subtitle style 2 FULL TIME EMPLOYEES www.clemson.edu
Click to edit subtitle style HOW DID WE DO IT? www.clemson.edu
www.clemson.edu
Click to edit subtitle style ONLINE PARKING PASS www.clemson.edu
Click to edit subtitle style 60 STUDENT TOUR GUIDES 228 TOURS www.clemson.edu
Click to edit subtitle style ACCEPTED STUDENT TOUR www.clemson.edu
Click to edit subtitle style BORROWED SPACE www.clemson.edu
Click to edit subtitle style www.clemson.edu
Click to edit title style Click to edit subtitle style www.clemson.edu
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A presentation to show how the Visitors Center managed the large number of visitors to Clemson around spring break.

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  • Helen, you can add notes down here that you can see. We’ve tried to keep this as clean and simple as we can, and let you talk in more detail for each slide.
  • Our focus was on the two weeks around Easter. Historically, this has been our busiest times of year, as they are typically when schools have their spring breaks.
  • Tour registration is online, with a total of 6,330 students registered.
  • Students came from all over the US.
  • Our challenge is to handle the surge with 2 full-time employees, and a lot of student help.
  • How did we manage the controlled chaos, with few resources?
  • The online parking pass generator was a big help, not only to our office, but to our visitors.
  • We conducted up to 5 tours at a time, crisscrossing groups through the stopping points.
  • We added a third tour, between the morning and afternoon tours, for accepted students. Promotion of this was only put on the accepted students web page and the tours had to be closed due to size. These tours added a few sites of interest to accepted students, as well as representatives from the five colleges to answer any questions.
  • Thanks to our close relationship with Alumni, both as a relationship and a location, we were able to borrow the Alumni Center lobby and accommodate the large crowds. Admissions, housing, orientation and alumni all presented to the groups.
  • Thanks to our close relationship with Alumni, both as a relationship and a location, we were able to borrow the Alumni Center lobby and accommodate the large crowds. Admissions, housing, orientation and alumni all presented to the groups.
  • Visitors Center Board Presentation

    1. 1. Spring Break Campus Visits Visitor Programs Spring 2010
    2. 2. THE CHALLENGE www.clemson.edu
    3. 3. 17 DAYS March 26-April 11, 2010 www.clemson.edu
    4. 4. Click to edit subtitle style 6,330 TOUR VISITORS www.clemson.edu
    5. 5. 35 STATES At least www.clemson.edu
    6. 6. Click to edit subtitle style 2 FULL TIME EMPLOYEES www.clemson.edu
    7. 7. Click to edit subtitle style HOW DID WE DO IT? www.clemson.edu
    8. 8. www.clemson.edu
    9. 9. Click to edit subtitle style ONLINE PARKING PASS www.clemson.edu
    10. 10. Click to edit subtitle style 60 STUDENT TOUR GUIDES 228 TOURS www.clemson.edu
    11. 11. Click to edit subtitle style ACCEPTED STUDENT TOUR www.clemson.edu
    12. 12. Click to edit subtitle style BORROWED SPACE www.clemson.edu
    13. 13. Click to edit subtitle style www.clemson.edu
    14. 14. Click to edit title style Click to edit subtitle style www.clemson.edu

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