University of South Carolina student government officials say taking the CarolinaCard off campus is closer than ever.
According to the school’s newspaper, The Daily Gamecock, a proposal which goes into effect this fall would allow the card to be used at certain businesses that don’t compete with the vendor that handles the school’s dining services.
The plan would enable Carolina Cash to be used at grocery stores, gas stations and other non-competing businesses.
“Right now we want to make certain that students raise awareness about the move. We want parents writing letters to local newspapers to get the word out,’ said a student government spokesperson. “Just SG doing proposals about it is not enough, and we need student support.”
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