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The Road to Becoming a High Performing Card Office

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, identify opportunities and strengths, and to 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.

Presenters:
Laurie Harris, Duke University
Anthony Condo, Swarthmore College
Emily Dieker, George Washington University

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As the only association that specializes in the campus identification and transaction industry serving the national and international campus card community, NACCU is dedicated to high quality educational programs, resources, services, and tools. The NACCU community offers its members networking, partnerships, leveraging technology, problem-solving, insight sharing, and professional development.

NACCU membership is open to all colleges, universities, secondary institutions and companies that are involved with the campus card market. Learn more and join the community at https://www.naccu.org 

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