Overview

Title: Event Registrations & Payments Made Easy with The University of Arizona

Date: Now Available

Time: On Demand

Duration: 1 hour


*Denotes required.


You must have Javascript and Cookies enabled to access this webcast. Click here for Help.

Summary

Event Registrations & Payments Made Easy with The University of Arizona


As a major research institution, the University of Arizona holds several large conferences and hundreds of smaller events for its students every year. Before using RegOnline, these events were organized by administrators and faculty from many different departments, using separate systems, and logging countless hours with IT support to build payment sites and set-up merchant IDs – resulting in multiple inefficiencies in time and resources.

In this informative webinar, Robbyn Lennon and Robert Lanza of the University of Arizona will show us why RegOnline has become a big name on campus – by saving time and money on individual payment sites and merchant IDs and by providing a single, easy-to-use event management solution that anyone can master.

 

You will learn:
 

  • How to simplify event registrations and payment processing across all your events
     

  • How you can save countless hours building registration and payment sites
     

  • How U of A cut their need for pricey merchant IDs by half, and made program budgeting more predictable


Robert Lanza
Information Technology Support Analyst, Principal of the Norton School Administration
University of Arizona

I have worked at the University of Arizona since 1994, and have been IT Director for the John and Doris Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences since 2005.  I have a Bachelor’s Degree from the State University of New York at Binghamton and a Master’s Degree from the State University of New York at Albany.  


Robbyn Lennon
Program Coordinator Sr. Bursar's Office
University of Arizona



Robbyn is a Program Coordinator Senior and Merchant liaison with The University of Arizona. She has been with the University for 19 years. Robbyn became involved in PCI compliance in 2006. She has led her campus merchant group through Level II validations. Through the “We are all in this together” philosophy and message , the campus works as a team and a “community” to meet the ongoing issues and challenges in the securing credit cards world. 

Robbyn holds a Master of Education degree from Northern Arizona University. She has presented various PCI presentations at The Treasury Institute of Higher Education PCI Workshop, WPM group in England, the Northern PCI Council community meeting and assisted many higher education groups in setting up their PCI program.

Robbyn currently serves on The Treasury Institute of Higher Education PCI Workshop agenda committee and The University of Arizona Ombuds committee.

 

 

Cheryl Novalis-MarineCheryl Novalis-Marine
Sr. Applications Architect, College of Medicine-Tucson
University of Arizona

 

 

Cheryl is a triple-alumna of the University of Arizona Eller College with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration in Marketing, a Master’s of Science in Management Information Systems, and a Master’s in Business Administration. She worked in the private sector for 13 years for a Tucson, Arizona based medical education and research company before accepting the position of Senior Applications Architect with the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Tucson in December 2012.

In this position, she participates in the design, coding, deployment, and maintenance of core applications and implements IT solutions that meet the varied needs of the College.

In addition, Cheryl currently oversees the technical operations of the College’s e-commerce continuing medical education website www.VLH.com.