Date of Defense


Date of Graduation



Business Information Systems

First Advisor

Bernarn Han

Second Advisor

Muhammad Razi


This paper aims to discuss the conditions and preferences of students that Western Michigan University should take if they ever implement a Digital Bronco ID. These conditions are found via an anonymous survey given to random students. These students were prompted to answer questions based on their preference and possible uses of the Digital Bronco ID. It was found that the respondents were significantly diverse in their answers. However, things such as gender, major, and age range played a significant role in patterns in which students chose their preferences. Within the paper, these patterns are interpreted and discussed for the reason to be understood later. The future in technological advances at universities, calls for such an application like the Digital Bronco ID. These findings could help gauge who and how to engage possible situations with students when it comes time to implement it.

Access Setting

Honors Thesis-Open Access