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HID creates Seos cards made of bamboo

Identity solutions provider, HID Global has introduced Seos Bamboo credentials made from sustainably sourced bamboo instead of PVC. The credential is part of HID's Seos security solution and is the first in a range of physical access security Eco Cards...
May 12, 2023 /

Data breach leads to partial campus recarding

An accidental disclosure of Eagle ID Card information at Florida Gulf Coast University led to the institution recarding a portion of its campus community. Students, faculty and staff members were alerted of the incident on February 8, 2023 and that...
May 11, 2023 /

2023 NACCU Awards rundown

The National Association of Campus Card Users (NACCU) has revealed the winners of its annual awards. The award recipients were officially recognized at the Awards Luncheon during the NACCU 2023 Annual Conference held in Austin on April 19.
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Mobile credential at Stevens Institute of Technology

Stevens Institute of Technology has deployed mobile credential from Transact Campus. The move will enable Stevens students to use their Mobile DuckCard to make purchases at participating off-campus merchants, as well as for door access, meal payments, or printing across...
April 13, 2023 / ,

ColorID, CardExchange partner to provide campuses with Cloud Suite

Identity credential issuance and hardware solutions provider, ColorID, has entered into long-term partnership with CardExchange that will see ColorID become be the Diamond Distributor for CardExchange Cloud Suite. The partnership will apply ColorID clients in both the U.S. and Canada,...
March 30, 2023 /

New ETSU card design decided by student vote

East Tennessee State University has confirmed its new campus card design following a vote by the student body. The new card design coincides with a new technology card to be issued and was finalized after an online voting process.

Idaho lawsuit seeks to overturn law prohibiting campus cards for voter ID

Student IDs have occupied a gray area when it comes to voter identification, with some states accepting the campus card at the the polls and others not. The latest to grapple with the challenge is the state of Idaho where...
March 10, 2023 /

Manhattan College IDs to include suicide prevention contacts

Manhattan College will now issue new student ID cards complete with the printed numbers for mental health crisis hotlines. The hotlines will be printed on the backs of new Jasper Cards as part of a new initiative to promote wellness...
March 8, 2023 /

ColorID blog: Expect more from cloud-based credential issuance

In part two of ColorID's “Looking Up to the Cloud” series, the company's vice president of products and technology, Todd Brooks, details three reasons campuses should expect more from its next issuance solution. Specifically, Brooks sees cloud based credential issuance...
March 3, 2023 /

West Virginia passes suicide prevention bill, includes university IDs

The West Virginia Senate has passed a bill that would see suicide prevention hotlines printed on all student ID cards issued in the state. Initially revealed last month, the bill will apply to all institutions of learning, including colleges and...
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