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On November 15, 2022, President Rick Melson announced a multi-year strategic partnership with Dynamic Campus, a managed services organization with more than 20 years of experience in higher education information technology services.
“Almost everything we do as an institution of higher education depends on information technology,” President Rick Melson said. “As we plan for the future, we must adapt to changing technology, provide the highest quality services to our university, and expand the reach of our programs. In order to do that, we must make a significant investment in information technology.”
Dynamic Campus specializes in supporting private, Christian, mission-minded colleges and universities and currently partners with Charleston Southern University, Texas Wesleyan University, and Greenville University. “Values alignment was a priority,” said Melson. We wanted a partnership that would help us achieve our mission and do that with technical expertise and a strong track record of success. Our partnership with Dynamic Campus is a key strategic investment to provide the service, tools, and technologies needed by our campus community.”
“A comprehensive, agile, and secure technology ecosystem that meets the growing expectations of today’s college students—not to mention the evolving needs of faculty and staff—is essential to success in higher education today,” said Mike Glubke, Dynamic Campus Co-Founder and co-CEO. “We look forward to providing the technical, functional, and strategic support that meets the immediate needs of SBU’s stakeholders and positions the university for long-term success, no matter what the future holds.”
“We are committed to ensuring that SBU’s students, staff, faculty, and administrators are well-positioned for a bright future,” said Melson. “We are excited about how Dynamic Campus will augment our team, help us implement new technologies, and improve the educational experiences we deliver to students.”