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Card Office Video Tour: Liberty University

Andrew Hudson   ||   Apr 04, 2017  ||   ,

The latest stop on the CR80News Card Office Tour series takes us to Lynchburg, Virginia and the campus of Liberty University.

Boasting one of the largest student populations in the country at 110,000 -- many of whom are distance learners -- the office at Liberty has quite the issuance job on its hands. In the video walk through the Liberty University ID & Campus Services' office layout, hear about the systems and hardware in place, and see how students on campus are using their Flames Pass.

Liberty joins a growing roster of campuses to participate in the Card Office Tour series, and CR80News would love for your campus to be the next tour destination! To participate simply send in a video showing your campus card office and its layout, your office’s location on campus, and a short discussion about some of the strengths and challenges your operation faces.

Video submissions don’t have to be high-budget productions, either! Simply take out your smartphone and film (in landscape) a short — no longer than five minutes — informal walkthrough of your office.

In addition to fun facts and information, some other things to discuss could include:

  • Unique challenges that your office faces in it’s layout, location, foot traffic, etc.
  • A clip of your issuance process
  • Some fast facts: how many cards the office prints, the type of card and printers used, number of printers, etc.
  • Any future plans for the office

Regardless of your videography skills, your submission will be a great addition to the series and can provide CR80News readers with a rare opportunity to view other card offices and hear from their campus peers. To submit a video entry or for additional information regarding participation, simply send an email to [email protected].

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