Students’ expectations of campus environment pose high demands on facility management. In the articles below you can read more about sustainability and student experience.
The demands and expectations on hygiene in high-traffic establishments, such as universities, are increasing. Students want and expect a clean, healthy and well-functioning area to study, work and socialize in. Their experience of campus attractiveness is affected by the cleanliness and standard of the college and university environment in general, and especially restrooms. Most students claim that a poor restroom experience affects their overall opinion of the school negatively.*
The topic of sustainability in universities is gaining importance as well. In fact, a study has shown that 94 % of prospective international students believe that universities could do more to be environmentally sustainable.* This means that sustainability initiatives in the campus environment are more important than ever today.
Student expectations on both hygiene and sustainability pose high demands on facility management. Campuses are vast areas with high and fluctuating traffic which can be difficult to maintain and service. In order to live up to these increased demands on hygiene, cleanliness and environmental responsibility, you need to constantly enhance your operational efficiency. Doing more with less or the same is more important - which means finding solutions that save time and effort for your staff is vital.
3 tips on how to improve cleanliness and sustainability in student restrooms.