Roompact Campus Success Stories

OSU Success Story

Retention & Tracking Student Interactions

Oklahoma State University

Find out how OSU uses Roompact’s software to track intentional interactions, check-ins, and interactions to aid in their student support and retention efforts.

OU Success Story

Housing Operations

University of Oklahoma

The OU housing operations staff finds that Roompact breaks down communication silos and helps their department work more collaboratively with their residential education colleagues.

“Beyond maintaining a true pulse on the advancements being made in the field of student development, the Roompact team is highly responsive, willing to listen, guide and support. They understand the demands of our students and offer services that meets these needs and are second to none.”

DaVaughn Vincent-Bryan, University of Pittsburg

DaVaughn Vincent-Bryan
Quan Phan

“My experience with Roompact has been absolutely amazing. Their customer services as well as their commitment to students’ development in the residence halls are undeniable, and it has helped our residential curriculum become more engaging and student-facing.”

Quan Phan, University of Oklahoma

“Roompact has allowed us to see our students in a different light. Instead of emails passed from person to person, we can review a student file and see multiple interaction points at varying times of the semester. This allows us to better serve our students and create efficiencies in our communication.”

Tanya Massey, Oklahoma State University

“Roompact has truly shifted the way in which we communicate and work to solve issues with the residents in our community. Our RA’s have begun to use this as a main point of contact with their residents to ensure that their needs are being met. I truly believe that Roompact has made my work easier and added a level of efficiency I didn’t know was possible. I know that our paraprofessional staff would say the same!”

Seth Kaneen, Colorado State University

Erin Simpson

“Roompact has absolutely enhanced the way our upper administration is able to take in, understand, and leverage the relationships our staff creates with residents. The information we are easily able to provide about every individual student has been transformative.”

Erin Simpson, University of Oklahoma