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Month: October 2012

Married to the mag

Not all institutions are in the market for the latest technology when it comes to their campus cards. Many choose not to upgrade to an unknown entity citing that the...

‘Hidden’ ID card fee frustrates some students

Members of the Associated Students of Santa Monica College in California can get free bus rides, discounts on selected movie and theme park tickets and free admission to college athletic...

NC State goes prepaid for student ID

Campus among first to use U.S. Bank’s new nationwide service When you’re pitching your banking partnership program to a college and you don’t have a brick and mortar facility any...

ITC Systems helps high school boost cashless services

ITC Systems, Toronto, has developed a cashless system for staff and students at Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua, N.H. The company modified the school’s existing systems to enable parents...

New ID cards to be distributed at Bryn Mawr

Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania is issuing new ID cards, called the OneCard, to the entire campus. The undergraduate student body was re-carded at the start of the fall semester,...

Flaw found in university’s emergency text alert system

The University of Texas discovered an apparent flaw in its emergency text alert system. An alert was sent out recently regarding a man carrying a rifle and wearing a gas...

Benchmarking the campus card office

New report enables programs to compare against similar institutions It all started when one university wanted to compare the performance of its campus card office to others. An apples and...

New version of NFC-powered automated classroom attendance system released

ScholarChip, a provider of smart ID solutions for schools, has updated its classroom attendance solution to meet new state mandates requiring schools to actually track the time a student is...

CBORD’s Pathlight puts virtual safety escorts at students’ fingertips

A smart phone can substitute for a personal escort for students walking alone at the University of San Francisco. The virtual safety escort system is called Pathlight and was just...

Princeton takes contactless access control all the way to the interior door

Students arriving at Princeton University this fall are finding more security in their residence halls. For the first time, their contactless campus ID card will be used to gain access...

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