Campus Den would first and foremost like to thank the faculty, staff, and students of Houston Community College for all of their contributions to the Campus Den project. Campus Den has been an enormous collaboration effort and it would not have been possible without the help of every individual involved. If you have any comments or suggestions, please visit the “Get Heard” page.
What is Campus Den?
Campus Den is a classified web page created to assist the students at Houston Community College in buying, selling, and trading items with other students. Users of Campus Den are given the opportunity to save money while trading safely at their local campus. Campus Den organization is a non-profit, student organization affiliated with Houston Community College.
Why the name Campus Den?
The “Campus” in “Campus Den” refers to the extended network the site provides each student throughout their campus. The word “Den” is meant to portray that Campus Den is easy to maneuver and comfortable; and can also be used to socialize with its social networking element.
Who is the team behind Campus Den?
Kachi Emukah is a current student at Houston Community College who is majoring in Nursing. Emukah brings his enthusiasm and charisma to the Campus Den board. Emukah strives for success. Emukah believes that Campus Den will benefit students by helping them lower their college-related expenses.
Vantonia Jena’ Johnson is a current student at Wharton County Junior College majoring in Pharmacy and Psychology. Ms. Johnson hopes to bring her futuristic ideas and practical sense of reasoning to the Campus Den Board. Ms. Johnson goals for Campus Den is to open the minds of college students and allow them to not just attend college but to be a part of it . Vantonia Jena’ Johnson believes that the Campus Den will benefit each student by broadening their horizons as it pertains to academics and allowing them to branch out of their seeds.
Yisrael Lax is a current student at Houston Community College and is majoring in Electronic Engineering. Lax brings innovation and vision to the Campus Den board. Lax strives to use Campus Den to counter increasing textbook costs.
When did Campus Den first launch and what is next?
Campus Den’s launch date was August 29th 2011 in Houston TX, at Houston Community College – Stafford. Campus Den is a young organization that is loaded with great ideas and leaders. The organization plans to expand to include other colleges in Texas, and eventually across the country.
What does Campus Den do to keep this site safe?
Campus Den has integrated a communication plug-in that allows its users to communicate online. This social network system allows students to keep personal information (such email and telephone) private. Sellers/buyers can discontinue communication with buyers/sellers at any time. This plug-in also gives the viewer a chance to track items before they are posted on the campus bulletin board by shadowing other students who have similar major.
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