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NACCU Blog: Long-time Association business manager pens farewell letter

In an entry to NACCU's Positive IDentity blog, Janice Weston, the Association's business manager, pens a farewell letter to the Association and its members. Weston announced her retirement after a long and dedicated career with the Association.

NACCU shares Speedy Benchmark results

In a recent post to the NACCU Positive IDentity blog, Bankim Patel shares the results of the Association's Speedy Benchmark survey. The Speedy Benchmark is conducted by the NACCU Technology Research Committee, and are designed to collect data that is important to the Association's institutional or corporate members.

NACCU Blog: Making the NACCU Listserv the best it can be

In a recent entry to NACCU's Positive IDentity blog, Jessica Bender discusses the Association's Listserv and the value it provides to NACCU members. Acting as an extension to the networking opportunities already provided by Association events, the Listserv offers members a means to connect virtually and share experiences and tips for fellow campus card professionals.

NACCU video discusses steps toward mobile deployment

In a recent video interview published to the National Association of Campus Card Users (NACCU) website, a couple of Association members discuss their pathway toward mobile credential deployment on campus. The discussion specifically highlights the importance of pacing the project and attacking the larger goal of mobile deployment by segmenting implementation into smaller, more manageable steps.
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How Emory University mobilized its card office experience

In a recent entry to NACCU's Positive IDentity Blog, Emory University's Kim Pfeffer discussed ways she and the card office have improved the customer experience, including taking card issuance out in the field and introducing the idea of a card fee amnesty day. Pfeffer also shared her office's success story in a video presentation to NACCU members.

NACCU now accepting 2022 Awards Nominations

The National Association of Campus Card Users (NACCU) is now accepting nominations for its Annual Awards. The Awards are presented each year at the Annual Conference, with the 2022 Conference...

NACCU blog: Technology Research Survey Results

The NACCU Technology Research Committee recently conducted a survey on the challenges campuses face as they move toward a mobile ID deployment. The results are in, and respondents painted a complex picture of the the desire for mobile ID, and the hurdles they're facing on the road to deployment.

Why the NACCU Vault is a valuable resource to card office admins

In a post to the National Association of Campus Card Users (NACCU) Positive IDentity blog, Crystal Bazarnic outlines the Vault and the valuable card transaction system resources it holds. We know you are busy, so you may not be aware of some of the wonderful resources available to you on NACCU’s website.

Emory U.’s Kim Pfeffer outlines card data tips in NACCU blog

One of the biggest conversations in our industry today is how to best utilize card data, where to draw boundaries, and which specific data can be most useful. In a blog post to the National Association of Campus Card Users (NACCU) website, Emory University's Kim Pfeffer assists the conversation by outlining some helpful starting points for campuses looking to interpret their campus card data.

Transact to discuss mobile credential experience in NACCU expo

Campus payments and transaction system provider, Transact, is presenting a free virtual expo to discuss mobile credentials. The "Enabling mobile credential driven experiences on your campus" event will be hosted by NACCU as part of the Association's Virtual Expo Showcase series. Attendees of the event will learn how institutions can align their long-term vision for mobile credentials with a first-class student experience across both Apple and Android devices.

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