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Rhodes College, with about 1,700 students and a large support staff, wanted to optimize use of campus facilities to address a community need for meeting rooms. A single resource calendar was needed to merge curriculum schedules with other meetings and events. Discover how a schedule managing solution helped the college organize meetings from various departments and offices—and reduce overhead with a self-service tool.

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