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CBORD in the News: Ole Miss Moving to GET

Students at University of Mississippi have a new online portal to manage their Ole Miss One Cards now that the university has transitioned to GETTM from CBORD®. The move leaves behind the web portal students had been using since 2008. Students or parents will now load money to an account’s Flex and Express dollars using

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Get Ready to Register for UGC 2017

CBORD® is pleased to celebrate the work of our user community. Professionals from colleges and universities, clinics and hospitals from across the county and around the world come together to share best practices of our systems and learn valuable skills from their peers. This year our annual User Group Conference will be held at the

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Join Us at ACUHO-I for Creative Collaborations: Sustainability on Campus

The ACUHO-I Annual Conference & Exposition is ACUHO-I's largest event, bringing together campus housing professionals from around the globe for four days of invigorating speakers, engaging educational sessions, and invaluable networking opportunities. CBORD® will be there of course along with our valued partner, ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions. Addressing environmental concerns

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CBORD in the News: Kenyon College to Unveil Mobile ID

An article in the Kenyon Collegian1, the student-run weekly newspaper covering Kenyon College and the Gambier, OH community, describes Kenyon’s Library and Information Services (LBIS) efforts to aid students who misplace their campus cards by introducing the CBORD® Mobile ID® app. Mobile ID is a smartphone application that works with existing CBORD systems on campus

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MIT Opens Atlas Service Center, Powered By CBORD

A recent article in MIT News reports on the opening of the Atlas Service Center, a new addition to the campus and a marvel of technological integration and architectural design. Many of the services offered are powered by leveraging data from CBORD® access and card systems in use at MIT for almost a decade. The

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ResCenter Q&A: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

On-campus living can be a rewarding experience, as well as a challenging one at times for both students and residence life directors. As members of the residential life community, we must strive to understand the many complexities of those living around us. We can best learn from one another in an atmosphere of positive encouragement

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CBORD in the News: Boston College Dining Getting Excited about GET

In a recent article1 in Food Management magazine, staff at Boston College explain the process of rolling out CBORD's GET® mobile app for grab-and-go ordering in BC Dining facilities. Lunch and dinner orders can be placed as much as six days in advance, and pickup times can be designated for as soon as 30 minutes

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Student Organizations Use Mobile Readers to Generate Actionable Data

Our January article about the increasing use of mobile attendance trackers to generate actionable data highlighted the ways technology can support the identity of a college or university. This month we want to focus on college students and their active participation in this endeavor. Having come of age during the Digital Era, millennials are acutely

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Attendance Tracking: Customizing the Campus Experience

As the spring semester begins and students return to classes across the country, a growing trend becoming the norm for college administrators is the effective use of data analytics in their operations. Making strategic operational decisions on a college campus is only possible after the collection of data gathered from students. A recent survey of

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March Madness: 5 Reasons to Be Excited about Student Advantage and GET

It's that time of year again: get ready to put on some face-paint, finalize tournament brackets, and show school spirit. Ladies and gentlemen, March Madness™ is here. Student Advantage® is now a part of GET™ and can give all campus card holders discounts on everything they need to follow their teams through the month-long tournament.

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