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June 25, 2015 /

Apriva supports cashless vending via campus card

In a partnership with major campus card vendors, Apriva's hardware and payment gateway now supports cashless vending payments with student ID cards. The announcement comes after Apriva completed a vertical integration of its payment hardware and cashless payment gateway.
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July 24, 2014 / ,

Should a tiger change its stripe?

The contemporary college campus is a bastion of new technology, serving a student population that thrives on the bleeding edge of technology. This premise holds true for campus cards as well, with the number of universities adopting advanced card technologies...
June 4, 2014 / ,

USA Technologies reports 250,000 connections to cashless vending service

Students are using their campus IDs and mobile devices for a number of daily activities, and recent financial reports suggest that cashless vending may be ideally positioned for this trend. USA Technologies, a cashless payment and M2M telemetry solutions provider,...
October 23, 2012 /

ITC Systems helps high school boost cashless services

ITC Systems, Toronto, has developed a cashless system for staff and students at Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua, N.H. The company modified the school’s existing systems to enable parents to add value to student accounts online. At the same...
September 14, 2012 /

Keene State College gets new Owl Card

After a year’s worth of planning, the new Owl card at New Hampshire’s Keene State College is set to be launched with a new look and new features, including usage at vending machines and on-campus restaurants and access to the...
May 9, 2012 / ,

Campus ID systems go to high school

Secondary schools finding value in advanced IDs By Andy Williams, Associate Editor, Avisian Publishing Kindergarten through high school … the final frontier for the higher education campus card provider. While ID cards are not uncommon in school hallways, the secondary...

Budget demands phased roll out of contactless at Quinnipiac

By Andy Williams, Associate Editor, Avisian Publications Quinnipiac University, a Hamden, Conn. school best known for its politically focused Polling Institute, recently upgraded the campus card used by its 5,800 students. The Qcard had relied solely on magnetic stripe technology...
December 15, 2011 / , ,

Software as a Service gains momentum as model for managing card offices

Campus cards in the cloud By Zack Martin, Editor, AVISIAN Publications Albion College wanted to add a flexible spending account to its campus ID card. The 1,600-student campus in Albion, Mich. had a homegrown student ID system and adding the...
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Smartphones empower the campus card

Across markets, smart phones are being used for more than phone calls, texts and email. It is easy to focus on brand new functions, but the biggest impact may be in the way people interact with long-standing services. Handsets are...
September 28, 2011 / ,

Southeastern Louisiana expands student ID program to support off-campus payments

Southeastern Louisiana University has expanded its campus card program with the addition of Cub Cash, according to The Lion’s Roar, the student newspaper. Cub Cash is the university’s latest campus payment program which enables students to purchase meals at many...
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