Education

Overview

Stay current on the latest technologies, strategies, tactics, and best practices with your colleagues and peers. UGC sessions are organized into four educational tracks to easily find sessions related to your CBORD systems and explore topics important in your field. Continue to grow with the latest resources you need to develop your career and organization.


Housing Track

Make your student resident experiences good ones by optimizing your CBORD Housing systems. From housing assignments to check-in at the residence halls, this education track includes topics such as educating student workers on the housing system, special accommodation housing assignments, managing financial transactions, and best practices for administration with our systems.


Card and Access Track

This educational track is devoted to the management of students and student services which includes topics related to card systems, access systems, point-of-sale hardware/software, commerce platforms, mobile solutions, and campus safety. Learn how to effectively use new technologies, maintain peak performance of your critical systems, and reduce costs.


Food Management Solutions Track

This educational track is designed to help you grow, enhance, and empower your dining operation. This includes ideas on workflow design, measuring success with analytics, catering management, strategic integrations, and navigating allergies and food preferences.


Patient Food and Nutrition Services Track

Optimize your diet office and improve patient outcomes. In this track you will learn how CBORD and partner technology can support broad health initiatives like community health, participatory medicine, and diet education. Topics include interfaces, room service programs, malnutrition, menu cycles, and lean workflow practices.


Certifications Track

Our certification tracks can help you validate your skills and gain the experience and credentials you need to achieve your professional goals. Enrollment is limited and advanced registration is required.

Each two-hour course will conclude with an examination.

All of the information presented above is preliminary in nature and subject to change.