Completed tour of ASU access system with Johnson Controls. Completed tour of GHSU and GHSMC access systems with CBORD. Working with CBORD and JCI to receive quotes for system migration. Preparing for ASU’s move to PeopleSoft in January—verify all known … Continue reading
The team is currently reviewing all aspects of the badging, campus card, and access including: Rebadging process and costs. Campus card store front. Ongoing production of card access and account activity. Systems and standards for door access.
Recent items from the Consolidation Action Team: In response to faculty, staff, and student feedback on the proposed ID badge policy, CAT members discussed and evaluated policies at other universities. The CAT decided to eliminate the requirement that badges be … Continue reading
In response to faculty, staff, and student feedback on the proposed ID badge policy, CAT members discussed and evaluated policies at other universities. The CAT decided to eliminate the requirement that badges be displayed at all times on the current … Continue reading
Recent developments: Names submitted to BOR – The Consolidation Working Group presented its final three choices for the name of the new university to the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. The Regents are expected to make … Continue reading
The Consolidation Action Team approved the recommendation from the campus card and badging work team to name the new consolidated campus card “JagCard.”
Recent developments: College names- The process of determining a name for the new university continues, but the names of our degree-granting colleges have been determined:College of Allied Health Sciences College of Dental Medicine College of Education College of Graduate Studies … Continue reading
Recent developments: In preparation for consolidation, the HR work team has determined that ASU personnel records, human resources functions (like recruiting, benefits enrollment, etc.) and payroll functions will be converted from the information management system presently in use at ASU … Continue reading