Campus Cards

Access control is a vital part of campus security

The lock and key is going the way of the VCR. An electronic access control system is more convenient, efficient, and secure. Access control has become an indispensable part of an overall campus security plan.

Access control is a vital part of campus security

The lock and key is going the way of the VCR. An electronic access control system is more convenient, efficient, and secure. Access control has become an indispensable part of an overall campus security plan.
The lock and key is going the way of the VCR. An electronic access control system is more convenient, efficient, and secure. Access control has become an indispensable part of an overall campus security plan.

7 Principles for a Well-Structured School-Bank Partnership

  1. Unbiased student choice of where to bank. The bank account students begin at school may continue with them for decades. Such an important choice shouldn’t be skewed by which bank gave the school the most money. For financial aid disbursements, campuses should provide students a diverse set of disbursement options that clearly include the ability to use their own existing bank account and ability to choose to receive a check.

The Evolution of Payments on Campus: Thinking Outside the Card

As one of the most cost-effective administrative tools and marketing vehicles for recruitment and retention of students and employees, campus cards have been representative of technological advancement at higher education institutions across the country. The advent of mobile payment applications on campus will certainly give colleges the competitive advantage they need to boost enrollment, retain students and employees, and develop better relationships with local businesses.

The Evolution of Payments on Campus

Thinking outside the card

Perhaps more than any other market segment, the higher education industry has led the charge in payments cards with its multiple, campuswide applications and rapid adoption of innovative technologies.

Payroll Alternatives: Pros and Cons

Considerations for providing options beyond the traditional paycheck

With campus leaders looking to streamline operations and save resources, electronic payroll options are very appealing. The printing, envelope stuffing, and mailing costs associated with paper checks make them an administrative burden, says Anthony Peculic, senior director of product strategy at ADP.

P-card contract brings university significant financial payoffs while reducing expenditures

Through E&I, American Express delivers efficiencies, cost savings, and a yearly money-back rebate

As at most higher ed institutions, administrators at Barry University have made controlling or reducing costs a priority.

Founded in 1940, the private, Catholic, coed liberal arts institution has grown into one of the educational leaders in South Florida, with 2,747 full-time undergraduates and 3,748 graduate students.

HeartlandPayment Systems Acquires ECSI

Gains Additional Campus-Related Services and More Than 1,800 Higher Education Relationships

Using NFC to Replace Campus One-Cards with Smartphones

Near field communication (NFC) enables colleges and universities to install all the capabilities of campus one-cards onto the smart phones already carried by most students. These implementations offer added convenience for students while also improving operational leverage and financial performance for the institution.

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