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Webinar: Taking your two-year institution to the next level

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Jun 15, 2011  ||   

So you’re a two-year institution looking to take it to the next level, eh? Your students demand the same services offered at a larger four year-year university and administrators are determined to enhance operational efficiencies. But, a shrinking budget says otherwise.

Well don’t worry because the CBORD Group is hosting a webinar series discussing just that. The series will run from June to October and will focus on issues facing two-year colleges, including:

  • Benefits of a one-card system
  • How to develop and implement a successful one-card system
  • How to increase bookstore, food service, and vending sales
  • Streamlining financial aid disbursement
  • Improving safety on one or across multiple campuses
  • Enhancing and expanding student services
  • Reducing costs

Georgia Perimeter College, located in suburban Atlanta, first started its one-card program on just one of its six campuses more than ten years ago. The college has since produced more than 185,000 ID cards and has seen a 375 percent sales increase at the college’s bookstores.

Georgia Perimeter College’s JCard Office now supports six bookstores, five food service locations, five ID offices, has nearly 250 point-of-sale card readers, more than 350 access card readers, and over 1,800 security alarms.

Learn how Georgia Perimeter College has met these challenges in the first of a four-part webinar series for two-year institutions on June 16 at 2 p.m. (EST).

Join CBORD and representatives of Georgia Perimeter College’s JCard Office for this webinar by registering on the CBORD Web site at

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Join us, @NACCUorg, and @TouchNet to explore how campus card programs can successfully navigate the sales and procurement process. Join the webinar on June 6, 2 pm EDT.

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