Seattle University is in the process of upgrading its campus card system to increase its reliability and provide more flexibility for adding money to the IDs.
“Over the last several months, Seattle University has been working on an upgrade of the Campus Card system,” said Chuck Porter, the school’s chief information office. “This upgrade will go live over the next few weeks and will change how you add money to your Campus Card.”
The upgrade involves updating the Campus Card software on the school’s servers and replacing many of the university’s card readers such as those on doors and vending machines.
The university is also introducing a new service called eAccounts which will rnable students to transfer funds onto their Campus Card 24/7, from anywhere in the world as long as they have an Internet connection. Family members will also be provided a secure way to add money to a student’s campus card.
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