North Carolina State University is making changes to its campus card, the Wolfpack OneCard, with students, faculty and staff able to get their hands on the new credential this June. Among the changes is the ability for campus card holders to use their ID for debit transactions if they have a PNC Bank account.
Month: May 2018
Louisiana State University is the latest campus to recognize student preferred names on the campus card. The university announced in a press release this week that LSU students will be able to use their chosen name on their Tiger Cards beginning with the fall 2018 semester.
The winners of 2018 NACCU Annual awards were announced on April 25, 2018 at the Association’s 25th Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada. Headlining the award winners was the Distinguished Service Award, which was given to Georgia Tech’s James Pete. Additionally, NACCU recognized individuals and institutions for their accomplishments in a number of other award categories.
James “Jim” Pete received the 2018 NACCU Distinguished Service Award during the 25th Annual NACCU Conference in Reno on April 25, 2018. The award was presented by ASSA ABLOY’s Angelo Faenza.
Pittsburgh’s Penn Hills School District is stepping up its campus security efforts with the installation of a new Raptor visitor management system. The system will help boost campus security by identifying and badging visitors to district campuses.
The National Association of Campus Card Users recently announced its newly appointed Board President and Board members for the coming year at the 25th Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada. In addition to saying goodbye to retiring board members, the Association is proud to welcome all of its new appointees.
Students at the University of Arizona have a new alternative to parking around the flagship Tucson campus thanks to parking app, Air Garage. The app enables users to rent spaces at their home and in driveways near campus to both make some quick cash and help students in need of a parking spot.
With the swipe of a student ID card, Grand Rapids Community College is offering free laptop rentals to students. The service is being offered via vending machine, giving students an alternative to accessing the technology needed to support their academic work.
Denmark’s Copenhagen Business School will be one of the first institutions in the world to enable students to make purchases in a restaurant and coffee shop using only their finger.
Greensboro, South Carolina's Guilford School District will issue onecards to all students for use when boarding school buses. The new onecard system is being implemented to boost security, as well as improve school officials' ability to maintain knowledge of student locations.