Is Leadership Change the Time to Reimagine Your Card Office? Pt 2

The impending retirement of a long-standing Director has led Temple University to re-imagine what the future of the card Office should look like. This is an update (with quick review) of a discussion begun last year. You do not need to have seen Part 1. We are looking at stored value, door access and card production (in the age of mobile) and what the future holds. Watch this session to see what Temple University is doing with the future of their card office.

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From One Card to No Card: The Future of the Campus Credential

Authentication and access have come a long way for campus services. Where we once issued multiple physical credentials from a range of disparate systems, we can now issue a single card, or even a single app. But technology has advanced far beyond what most campuses are doing today – and the transition to a cardless future might be closer than you think. Join us as we discuss what the future can look like with the introduction of anonymous biometrics. You’ll walk away with new ideas about what’s possible for creating secure, private, and integrated credentials on campus.

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Unlocking Innovation: Mobile Access Evolution on Campus

Join HID for an update on the evolving landscape of mobile credentials on the higher education campus. We’ll explore why mobile credentials are continuing to be a top trend in the higher ed space. 

Our session will also recap the 2024 NACCU HID session, “The Voices that Matter – Students Speak on Mobile Credentials”. The input from students on mobile access technology gives a unique perspective to security and facility managers from the actual users on the ground.  

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The Road to Becoming a High Performing Card Office

The NACCU Standards and Guidelines (SAGs) program provides a roadmap toward becoming a High Performing Card Office based on our industry’s professional standards. The SAGs self-evaluation program results can be used to guide strategic plans, highlight opportunities and strengths, and identify weaknesses and areas that need development. The SAGs evaluation tool provides for a consistent process which can be replicated to ensure that the assessment cycle continue.

Join the SAGs faculty to learn more about the Standards and Guidelines program, how SAGs can help your program, and how you can get started.

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