Recreational Sports Programming
Track Recreation Program Registration
Process registration and waiver forms online, saving time and eliminating paper waste. OrgSync makes it easy for students to access forms and pay dues for events and recreation programs. All registration data can be exported to Excel, analyzed and graphed to improve reporting.
Manage Staff and Training
Delegate tasks to prepare for upcoming events with to-do lists, and facilitate active discussions to gather feedback and suggestions. Use calendars to coordinate upcoming employee trainings and certification classes, and create a knowledgebase of important resources for staff members.
Streamline Risk Management
Collect all required documentation for student athletes, from health insurance verification to waivers and participation releases. Make it easy for all participants to easily upload these important documents to OrgSync and access them at any time.
Centralize Event Management
Manage and share calendars and events in a central, online location, and easily notify specific students of upcoming events important to them. Use card swipe technology to track event participation in real time.
Inform students of upcoming events, maintenance and campus news via email, news posts, and text messages. Send targeted messaging to students, ensuring they have the information they need. Use discussions and polls to engage students and establish a public presence for your program with an integrated department website
Assess Program Effectiveness
Measure learning outcomes and collect reflections from all recreation participants. Document student participation with Co-Curricular Transcripts and ePortfolios, and evaluate effectiveness of events with pre- and post-event surveys.
UCLA Creates a More Efficient, Informed Staff - Using OrgSync to Manage Your Department
UCLA, a public, four-year university, is California’s largest with an enrollment of nearly 38,000 undergraduate and graduate students. After already finding success using OrgSync to engage students on campus, the UCLA Recreation Department decided to try it out as a way to manage their staff. After the first year, they have nearly all full-time staff participating...