Highly Accurate and Efficient Community College Asset Management System
With this RFID solution, the asset management of your community college can be done simply by having an employee walk through the campus while holding a handheld computer with an RFID reader, which tracks the tagged assets.
What the GAO RFID Community College Asset Management System Tracks
Our RFID system can track all community college assets including:
- Computers, servers
- Projectors and speakers
- Janitorial equipment
- Sports equipment
- Science and chemistry class equipment, such as beakers, tubes and lab coats
- Tech class equipment
- IT equipment
- All other assets your community college may utilize
An RFID tag needs to be attached to each asset, which will then be read by a handheld RFID reader held by an employee within range of the tag.
Applications of the GAO RFID Community College Asset Management System
The GAO RFID Community College Asset Management System can be scaled to fit the needs of community colleges of various sizes, small or large.
There are all kinds of specialty colleges such as:
- Culinary Arts
- Others which may specialize in smaller areas
The GAO RFID Community College Asset Management System is well suited to manage assets of all specialty colleges.
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Community colleges are a type of educational institution which have an open enrollment system for students who have graduated from high school. These colleges are usually referred to as higher educational institutions, which provide workforce education and college transfer academic programs.
Community colleges get their funding mostly from governments; however some may get funding as private businesses as well. Sometimes, however, these colleges may not even require funding, as some community colleges have volunteer employees and equipment and supplies donated to them. Community colleges are typically located in cities or towns, but can also be found in small numbers in smaller towns and villages. Not all community colleges operate physically in a specific location, as some tend operate online, which is slowly becoming more common as technology evolves.
The state of revenue for community colleges entirely depends on the type and amount of funding they get. As there is currently no way to reliably see the revenue for community colleges in general, it is all left up to speculation. In first world countries, revenue for community colleges is high and rising, with the colleges located closest to large cities getting the most revenue. For third world countries, the revenue is relatively low, however, and increases or decreases depending on the government’s actions. For online colleges, it is rapidly increasing as more and more people prefer to study at home or while traveling, and it will likely keep rising as technology evolves.
Statista estimates that community colleges in the US earn $20b from the state, $17b from tuition, $12b from locals, $7b from federal funding and $5b from other sources. All of these add up to $61b per year. Statistics Canada estimates that the community colleges in Canada earn $232mil from federal funding, $7b from provincial funding, $15b from municipal funding, $3.5b from fees, $113mil from donations and bequests from the government, $100mil from investments, $620mil from ancillary enterprises and $570mil from other sources per year.