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Keene State preps for launch of a new 'one card system'

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Oct 21, 2011  ||   

Keene State College (KSC) is prepping for the launch of a new “one card system” for students entering the fall semester in 2012.

According to student newspaper, The Equinox, the new KSC one card will enable students to access to campus buildings, library privileges, laundry and on-campus vending, and enable cashless payment at certain on-campus restaurants.

Parents and students can visit online to deposit cash onto the card and manage financial account information.

The multi-function card system will also aid facilities around campus when it comes to checking out equipment, such as the campus library and recreational center. Students usually use their ID card to checkout a locker or equipment.

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