University Business magazine honors Wright State for being a ‘Model of Efficiency’

Printing Services Consortium representatives

From left: Daarel E. Burnette, Central State University; George Heddleston, Wright State University; Joseph R. Jackson, Clark State Community College; Sean Urbanic, Xerox; Mark M. Polatajko, Wright State; and Kendrick Largent, Xerox.

Wright State University is one of eight colleges and universities nationwide honored by University Business magazine in its Winter 2014 “Models of Efficiency” national recognition program.

The program recognizes innovative approaches for streamlining higher education operations through technology and/or business process improvements, and can be found

“Optimizing our resources helps to keep tuition affordable,” said Mark M. Polatajko, Wright State’s vice president for business and finance.

Wright State maintains one of the lowest undergraduate tuitions among public universities in Ohio.

The magazine recognized Wright State for its innovative approach in forming a Printing Services Consortium with Central State University and Clark State Community College. The consortium’s main print production facility remains on the Wright State campus, which also relies on local offset print houses for overflow work.

The enterprise print initiative also helps reduce the environmental impact.

University Business is the leading publication for senior managers at colleges and universities throughout the United States, reaching 75,000 leaders who manage enrollment, technology, business, finance, facilities and academic affairs.

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