The health and safety of students, faculty, and staff is paramount. Appian CampusPass™ is the fastest way to coordinate the safe return of your entire academic community back to campus and maintain on-going health and safety.
Appian developed CampusPass™ in conjunction with leading universities, including the University of South Florida (USF). USF is a preeminent State Research University dedicated to its over 50,000 student population.
This solution facilitates coordination and communication across the entire university by giving all departments access to the same important information in real time, while maintaining the privacy and security of personal health information.
Through a unified response hub, Appian CampusPass intakes data collection and also automates the process of daily health status verification, virus testing, contact tracing, isolation protocols, and Mobile Pass on-campus authorization, while adhering to your policies and local regulations.
The health and safety of students, faculty, and staff is our most important concern during this pandemic. Coordinating and communicating across all departments and tens of thousands of students poses a significant challenge for universities, and Appian is the platform that brings us all together safely and securely.
CampusPass is the only software offering that centralizes and automates all the key components needed for a safe return-to-campus while reducing the risk of on-campus COVID-19 exposure.
Reduce COVID-19 Spread with Contact Tracing
Connect the dots across campuses with integrated contact tracing based on U.S. CDC guidelines and powered by industry-leading case management.
Protect Your Community with Virus Testing
Request the FDA authorized at-home COVID-19 test from Everlywell, an Appian digital partner, and get results back fast.
Valuable Real-Time Metrics to Take Immediate Action
Surface real-time data to make informed decisions regarding pass requests and health surveys.
A Unified Response Hub
Centralize and automate all key components needed to reopen while reducing the risk of on-campus COVID-19 exposure.