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Andrew Hudson   ||   Mar 06, 2020  ||   

CR80News is constantly looking for leads, stories, and experiences from within the industry, and there's nobody better than our own readership to contribute! Whether a university professional in the card office, auxiliaries, or IT, or a vendor serving the campus card industry, we want to hear from you!

Has your campus embarked on a card technology upgrade or migration? Implemented something new? Created its own unique solution to solve a challenge? We want to hear about it!

Take the lead on writing the article yourself, let one of your student employees or staff get creative, or pass the work to our editorial team... it's up to you! We simply want to share your successes with the 6,000-plus higher ed professionals eager to learn more about what's happening in their industry.

Email your article idea, case study, or project to us at [email protected], and share your experiences with your fellow campus card professionals!

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