One Stop Center

Configure "one-stop" service center

The basic concept of a one-stop service center is that students can take care of matters related to financial aid, fees and billing, payments, disbursements, registration, and enrollment in one visit, without having to be referred elsewhere.

A one-stop center typically consolidates several different (but related) services in one location, making it convenient and efficient for students.

Setup ONE STOP for Student Services:

Student Success Services: (Academic, Career and Financial-Aid Advising and Health Counseling)

University/College Health Centers: (Medical, Counseling and Health & Wellness Education)

Admissions: (Prospective students - Campus Visit, Placement Test and International Students)

Enrollment: (Prospective students - Orientations, Register for Classes, Schedule and Degree Mapping)

Centralized / Decentralized Advising: Configure OneStop for undecided or Major based advising.

Touch Screen check-in kiosks

QR code Check-In

How to scan a QR code

As smartphones have become more and more ubiquitous, so have QR codes. These maze-looking squares are a type of matrix barcode that contains data — usually, QR codes point to a service (Example: check-in to see a financial-aid advisor).

Although they may look confusing, QR codes are ridiculously easy to use. Follow the steps below to turn your phone into an instant QR code scanner using nothing more than your default camera app.

scan a QR code on an iPhone:

Step 1: Open up the camera app. Apple’s iPhones have built-in QR code scanning capabilities, so there’s no need to download a separate scanning app unless you really want to. Ever since iOS 12, there’s even a direct QR code reader in the Control Panel.

Step 2: Position your phone so the QR code appears in the digital viewfinder. The camera app should automatically recognize the QR code. Of course, the right distance and angle can help. The QR code doesn’t need to fill the entire screen, but all four corners should be visible. If your camera is too angled, the app may have trouble recognizing the code, so a straight-on approach is best. Image stabilization technology helps a lot with the shakes, but try to avoid moving too much so the code square stays visible.

Step 3: Launch the code. Your iPhone will not automatically initiate the QR code activity. Instead, a notification bar will pop up at the top of the screen and follow the steps.

Using Android phone:

Step 1: Check to see if your Android phone supports QR code scanning. Not all Android phones come with this ability yet, so you may have to take some extra steps before scanning. We suggest downloading the QR Code Reader, which is a simple and highly effective option.

Step 2: Open your scanning app. Open up the app, whether it’s Bixby, QR Code Reader, Samsung Optical Reader, or whatever option is installed on your Android phone.

Step 3: Position the QR code. The app should then provide a pop-up option and follow the steps.

Simplify Check-in with QR Wall

Simplify the self-check-in with QR codes provides a fast, convenient and unobtrusive way to join the queue for student services.

Post an easily printed QR code PDF on the walls/doors or project onto a whiteboard. Students check-in for a service with their smartphone by scanning the QR code.

Save time and money: Eliminate expensive hardware requirements. No need for staff check-in personnel.