Card Issuance Archives
The community college system in the state of New Hampshire is, for the first time, printing mental health resources on every student ID card. The new initiative begins with the start of this fall semester.
TouchNet's Ryan Audus discusses some of the advantages of hosted solutions and off-premise servers. Audus breaks down the important considerations across cost savings, efficiency, and security.
HID Global recently named Tim Nyblom to a new position within the company that will expand its focus on the higher education vertical. CampusIDNews caught up with Nyblom to discuss the new role, expectations for HID campus clients, and what the company is envisioning for higher ed.
A school shooting has put the spotlight on how campus IDs can potentially make students, teachers and communities safer. With the student credential at the heart of campus access control and security, could the card play a larger role in campus safety?
Auburn University is making more progress on its card technology migration, updating and replacing a large batch of its card reader infrastructure on campus. A lengthy process for any university, this latest update from Auburn shows that the move to a secure credential is a worthwhile endeavor that requires time.
ColorID's David Stallsmith discusses his experiences at the European Campus Card Association conference at the University of Porto in Portugal, held in May. Stallsmith discusses the state of campus IDs in Europe, the potential of a cross-border credential, and ColorID's work in Europe.
CampusIDNews is presenting a free webinar event with NACCU, and transaction system vendor, TouchNet, to detail the sales and procurement process for campus card administrators. The talk will include campus experiences from the Colorado School of Mines and Emory University, as well as offer some insight on the sales process from both the vendor and industry association perspectives.
Morehead State has produced an informative video detailing its EagleCard campus credential. The video offers a great depiction of the capabilities of the student ID card and where students and staff can leverage the card around campus.
Penn State University is issuing a new contactless campus card to its campus community. Called the id+ card, the new credential will not only bear a new card design, but will also incorporate several new contactless features for payment and access control that are expected to create a more user-friendly experience on campus.
HID Global's Nils Wahlander discusses the value of remote card issuance on campus, and the role that the company's FARGO Connect platform in bringing card issuance up to speed. Wahlander also teases HID's educational session for the NACCU Annual Conference with campus client Texas A&M.