I have been a member of NACCU for about 18 years and first attended the NACCU Conference in San Antonio in 2004. The resources and connections that...Read Post
Positive IDentity Blog
Positive IDentity Blog
While NACCU has been around since 1993, our identity (see what I did there?!) has often been ambiguous for some in higher education. In Positive IDentity, NACCU plans to share our successes, build excitement for new initiatives, and provide a forum for continuous dialogue within our community. Join us here weekly as NACCU volunteers, leaders, and staff share about their experiences, ideas, and personal journeys. We will share about things that inspire us, industry trends, parts of our jobs, and other topics of interest.
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Positive IDentity Blog: Always changing with the seasons… that is what life is within the campus card industry. I am soon approaching my...Read Post
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Did you read or sing that line? Do you know the words to most Christmas Carols? I’m...Read Post
At the start of the Fall 2018 semester, EmoryCard had hundreds of students and staff waiting an average of 20 minutes in a lobby less than 600...Read Post
Posted By Anthony Condo, Director of Central Services at Swarthmore College The transition to mobile credentials is a process that more...Read Post
Posted By Jessica Bender, Auxiliary Services Manager at Palm Beach State College What comes to mind when you think of the word Introvert? I think...Read Post
The first LISTSERV was developed in 1986 by an engineering student named Eric Thomas. His goal was to automate the management of email lists, and...Read Post
As you may be aware, my professional work experience started in higher education. Specifically, I worked in student housing. My last position on a...Read Post
Posted By Ellie Stroh, NACCU Intern Four years ago, I was attending a large university in the state I grew up visiting. This school meant a great...Read Post
My days start pretty early – I’m talking 5am-early. I work four long days, so that I can work a shorter day, from home, on Fridays...Read Post
The year was 1991. At 22 years old, I had worked for over a year at AM/PM Mini Market. Despite my age, I had just been asked to enter the...Read Post
The quest to implement mobile credentials at Liberty University has been over five years in the making, but one which has always stopped short of...Read Post