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16 record(s) found for Student Services/SG Programs and Events.
  1. Aramark
    Summary: ARAMARK is a leader in professional services, providing award-winning food services, facilities management, and uniform and career apparel to health care institutions, universities and school districts, stadiums and arenas, and businesses around the world.

    In FORTUNE magazine's 2006 list of "America's Most Admired Companies," ARAMARK was ranked number one in its industry, consistently ranking since 1998 as one of the top three most admired companies in its industry as evaluated by peers and industry analysts. The company was also ranked first in its industry in the 2006 FORTUNE 500 survey. Headquartered in Philadelphia, ARAMARK has approximately 240,000 employees serving clients in 20 countries.

    At ARAMARK Education - Dining Services, a passion for food drives everything we do. Our innovative dining solutions go far beyond the basics to create a total environment that enriches campus life while tangibly supporting our clients’ aspirations. Our services include master planning, venue and culinary design, residential and retail concepts, catering, marketing, and technology. For more information, please visit aramarkhighered.com.

    Suzanne Corcoran
    ARAMARK Education - Dining Services
    Marketing Program Manager

    1101 Market Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    Phone: 215-238-3048
    FAX: 215-238-8128
    E-mail: Corcoran-Suzanne@aramark.com

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


  2. Direct Textbook
    Summary: Direct Textbook searches over 200 online bookstores for cheap textbooks, to save you money and time. We also help you get more for your used books with our college textbook buyback price search.



    Contact: Chris Lindgren, President
    Address: 1525 Chemeketa St NE
    Salem, OR 97301
    Phone: 503-930-4568
    Fax: 503-210-0716
    E-mail: chris@directtextbook.com

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


  3. Educational Housing Services
    Summary:  We believe safe, affordable, student living is a key part of academic success. And for more than two decades we have provided students from across America and over 50 countries worldwide with high quality independent residences in New York, the most exciting city in the world.

    A supportive, comfortable and safe living environment is known to help inspire students to greater academic and social success. That's why all EHS residences are designed and managed to provide a consummate student housing experience all year round. Combine that with a great New York City location and countless opportunities to experience New York safely and affordably and you begin to understand the scope of the Educational Housing Services Student Life Program.

    Contact: Jim Viola, Marketing Associate
    Address: 31 lexington Avenue
    New York, NY 10010
    Phone: 212-977-9099 x 3510
    Fax: 212-307-0701
    E-mail: jviola@studenthousing.org

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


  4. Fluent Group
    Summary: Fluent (previously Campus Entertainment) is the specialized marketing agency for brands looking to create authentic connections with College Millennial Consumers (CMCs) where they live, learn and play—both on and off campus. Formerly known as Campus Entertainment, our exclusive affiliation with the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) allows clients unparalleled access and insights to help sharpen brand relevance through integrated marketing solutions that create brand loyalties.
    Specialties

    College Millennial Marketing, Experiential on campus campaigns, Student Ambassador programs, Campus, Insights, Experiential, Digital, Social Media activation, Strategic Planning and Consulting.

    Contact: Mark Hall, President/CEO
    Address: 13 Harbison Way
    Columbia, SC 29212
    Phone: 803-227-2600
    Fax: 803-227-2601
    E-mail: markh@fluentgrp.com

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


  5. Fragisle.com
    Summary: The FragU Video Game Tower deploys the latest technology in video display devices. (4) LCD High Definition TV’s provide high impact visibility of video game entertainment.

    Gaming device’s are equipped with the Xbox 360 gaming console. All consoles have been interconnected in System Link in addition to having Xbox Live capabilities for broader entertainment value. Future online capabilities will include gaming through Playlinc.

    Gaming tower incorporate a touchscreen game selection along with time based selection. Activation of game play is processed with onboard cash, credit and debit payment processing. Additional software has been included to accommodate College and University Flexpay systems.

    Address: 5 Great Valley Parkway, Suite 314, Malvern, PA19355

    Contact: Leo Webb, Regional Manager
    E-mail: regmgr1@fragisle.com
    Phone: 610-656-8175

    Contact: Ryan Miller, President
    E-mail: ryan@fragisle.com
    Phone: 610-656-2208

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


  6. GEICO Insurance
    Summary: ASGA Platinum Sponsor - GEICO DirectASGA endorses GEICO as the insurance company that can best-serve Student Government leaders and advisors effectively and inexpensively. GEICO provides auto insurance to all types of drivers, including college students. With GEICO, policyholders receive complete 24-hour policy and claim service and competitive rates. Special discounts are offered in many states for cars with air bags, anti-lock brakes, anti-theft devices, multi-car policies, and more. If you’re a member of the military, a federal employee, or belong to certain alumni or professional associations, we offer additional discounts.

    GEICO Marketing
    Phone: 301-718-5255
    Fax: 301-986-2888

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


  7. Involvio
    Summary: We launched Involvio as students at Drexel University in Philadelphia out of our frustration that keeping track of events happening on campus was just too hard - we knew there must have been a better way, but there wasn’t, so we built it! We took the top prize upon graduating from the GE/OMD Incubator program in New York City and have since grown by leaps and bounds. Our product is used by thousands of students on campuses across the US and Canada. Our team is laser focused on building tools that boost student engagement.

    Contact: Ari Winkleman, Founder & CEO
    Address: 261 Madison Avenue, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10016
    Phone: 212-729-6670
    Fax: 917-793-0393
    E-mail: accounts@involvio.com
    Web:
    http://involvio.com/


    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


  8. Sodexho (Food Service Vendor)
    Summary: Sodexho is the leading food and facilities management services company in North America and a member of Sodexho Alliance. Every day more than 120,000 Sodexho employees work to improve the quality of daily life for our clients and customers all over the U.S. and Canada. Sodexho Inc. offers innovative outsourcing solutions to more than 6,000 corporations, health care, long term care and retirement centers, schools, college campuses, military and remote sites throughout North America. Sodexho USA proudly serves as the official food service provider for the US Marine Corps.

    Phone: 800-707-4060 x2000
    E-mail: CampusServices@sodexhoUSA.com

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


  9. Student Advantage (Discount Card)
    Summary: The Student Advantage® Card is the nation's largest student discount program good for SAVINGS of up to 50% at more than 15,000 locations around campus, online and across the country.

    Students can save every day with their Student Advantage Membership!
    And they'll have you to thank. Help your student audience save money while you earn some.

    The Student Advantage Affiliate Program is easy to join. You don't pay us. We pay you! You earn a commission for each new Student Advantage Member that is referred through your Web site. There's no cost to join and you can leave the Program at any time.

    Implementing your Affiliate links takes little time. Once you've enrolled, we assign you a unique Affiliate Code. You choose from a wide variety of logos, text, buttons and banners from our Link Library to promote the Student Advantage Membership. You're paid for every new Member referred from your Web site.

    Address: Student Advantage, Inc., 280 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210
    Phone: 617-912-2011
    Fax: 617-912-2089
    E-mail: universityprograms@studentadvantage.com

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


  10. Student Government Perks
    Summary: Student Government Perks was founded in 1998. Since then, we have partnered with hundreds of Student Governments and Universities to help students save money at 30+ of the most popular local businesses and restaurants around campus! The Benefit to Student Government is that it's a tangible way to reach out to students and show them SGA is there for them. It's an Awesome Gift for Freshmen!

    Contact: Bruce Twersky, President
    Address: 4409 East Emile Zola Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85032
    Phone: 480-226-7931
    E-mail: bruce@studentgovernmentperks.com


    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


  11. Student Health 101
    Summary:  The Student Health 101 Program was developed to help colleges and universities do a better job of educating their students in health-related matters. While it’s true that most schools do maintain a student health services program, many of these programs are faced with inadequate budgets and resources, as well as limited hours of operation. Under such circumstances students often do not achieve a high level of understanding regarding how to maintain their good health. In addition, students may want more anonymity and privacy than are offered by student health services.

    The Student Health 101 Program is designed to provide colleges and universities with a comprehensive resource that enhances their own health education efforts.

    The Program provides an attractive publication nine times per year, delivered via email to both students and parents. Students also have access to a 24/7 student health website that addresses their concerns medically and in terms of privacy.

    Working with students, their parents, and their schools, Student Health 101 is a valuable resource for everyone concerned.

    Address: 144 Turnpike Road, Suite 240
    Southborough, MA 01772
    Phone: 866-636-8336
    Fax: 508-624-8439

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


  12. TextbookRebellion.org
    Summary: TextbookRebellion.org is a coalition of students, parents, professors and organizations inspired to take action against the skyrocketing price of college textbooks and promote affordable alternatives. Our mission is to raise awareness of the problem and the growing availability of high quality, affordable alternatives like open-source textbooks.

    The Rebellion is open to all individuals and organizations interested in promoting affordable alternatives to expensive textbooks.

    Address: 1 Bridge Street, Suite 105
    Irvington, NY 10533
    Phone: 203-891-6027
    FAX: 203-404-4965
    E-mail: david@textbookrebellion.org

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


  13. The New York Times in Education
    Summary: The New York Times College Readership ProgramThe New York Times Academic Site License Program
    Bring the unparalleled news coverage and award-winning interactive multimedia stories of The New York Times to your student body, faculty and staff through an Academic Site License to NYTimes.com. When incorporated into the curriculum as required reading, The Times adds relevance to a multitude of courses, stimulates classroom discussion and fosters critical thinking.  No other publication is able to transport students beyond the classroom and more actively connect them to the evolving world.

    An Academic Site License provides your campus community with full access to NYTimes.com, as well as our smartphone and tablet apps.  On and off campus access to NYTimes.com is available to both students and faculty.  Faculty will also have access to our dedicated website, The New York Times InEducation (NYTimes.com/EDU), which features educator-curated resources that connect The Times content to specific areas of study.

    For more information about The New York Times Academic Site License Program, or to discuss how a partnership with The Times can support the goals of your SGA, please contact your representative, Kandace Rusnak at 440-610-5285 or via email at kandace.rusnak@nytimes.com.

    Contact: Kandace Rusnak, Director of Education B2B
    Address: 620 Eighth Avenue, New York, NY 10018
    Phone: 440-610-5285
    E-mail: kandace.rusnak@nytimes.com


    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


  14. Veloxity
    Summary: Veloxity provides phone charging kiosks to campuses of all sizes to keep students, staff, and alumni connected. Student Government Associations can take advantage of our charging solutions for events, class gifts, improving campus life, and more.

    Contact: Lucky Popov, Charging Solutions
    Address: 51 Middlesex Street, Suite 110, Chelmsford, MA 01863
    Phone: 855-844-5060
    E-mail: lucky@veloxity.us


    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


  15. Washington Times National Weekly Edition
    Summary: The Washington Times was established in 1982, one year after The Washington Star ceased publication. At a time when the new Reagan administration was finding its way in an often hostile capital city, The Times quickly established itself as an independent and influential voice that was willing to break the stories that the dominant Washington Post was not.

    By its second year of publication, the Associated Press listed The Times as the third most widely-quoted newspaper in the nation. President Reagan let it be known that The Washington Times was the first newspaper he read every morning. The Times was must reading for his successors as well, including former President Clinton.

    Now in its 27th year of publication, The Times has won hundreds of awards and has seen its circulation increase year after year at a time when the circulations of virtually all other major newspapers across the land are in decline. Since beginning publication in June 1994, the National Weekly Edition of The Times has been growing steadily and expects to reach 100,000 paid subscription level by year's end.

    Contact: Jim Howell, President
    Phone: 202-636-4936
    Fax: 202-269-1862
    E-mail: jhowell@washingtontimes.com

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


  16. wepa Printing
    Summary: Find out how to bring wēpa’s innovative print solution to your campus. Developed specifically for higher education, wēpa provides cloud-based capabilities that allow documents to be sent directly from phones, tablets and computers to wēpa print stations located throughout campus. wēpa is the ideal solution for printing documents on the go!

    Contact: David Bannister, Sales and Marketing
    Address: 100 Gilbert Drive
    Alabaseter, AL 35007
    Phone: 205-605-6090
    Fax: 205-621-2212
    E-mail: david.bannister@wepanow.com
    Web: https://www.wepanow.com/

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events


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