Colorado Technical University will unveil a Campus Concierge Center at a ribbon cutting ceremony 3 p.m. Thursday, at 4435 N. Chestnut St.
Much like a hotel concierge, the "one-stop shop" provides students immediate assistance with military and vocational rehabilitation services, career guidance, IT support, financial aid, academic advising and other needs.
The kiosk monitors student requests and response time and offers multiple contacts to help answer questions.
"It's a very cool-looking center that provides a new approach to streamlining education so students can focus more on learning and spend less time figuring out how to accomplish administrative tasks," said Quinn Kelsey of Linhart Public Relations.
Colorado Springs City Council President Keith King and City Councilwoman Jan Martin will issue a proclamation, and campus President Tim Gramling will deliver brief remarks.