I have been working on some interesting projects as of late - while working as the IT Coordinator for Enrollment Management - at the University of Kentucky. This position affords me the opportunity to be creative with all things IT - desktop/mobile/telecom etc. Desktop support aside: daily, I assess how IT through business processes, can be used to increase the effectiveness of our staff/faculty. Lately, we have explored the use of how iPads can increase some of the operational/logistical procedures for the recruitment staff as well as increase participation in our VIP program, which allows students to receive various communications from the University. This was an idea whose time had come - which arose from the VIP administrator and CRM Director, Brent Porter. Due to the high level of hands on exposure many prospective students were to have with the iPads - we found it necessary to integrate UK's logos into the design. I came up with a rendering that is in keeping with the "See Blue" campaign: it turned out well, staff/faculty and students have responded positively, and the VIP repository has increased with new students enrolling from iPads.