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  • Title: NACCU - National Association of Campus Card Users
    Descriptive info: .. Mission Statement.. Awards.. Board.. Staff.. Committees.. Organizational Documents.. Policies.. Publication Resources.. History.. NACCU Media.. Contact Us.. Institutional Membership.. Corporate Membership.. Renew Membership.. Call for Presenters.. Chicago.. Upcoming Conferences.. Past Conferences.. NACCU 2013 Conference.. Conferences.. Workshops.. Web Conferences.. Industry Events.. Member Login.. Benchmarking.. Career Opportunities.. CR80 News.. Card Program Links.. CARDtalk.. Compliance.. Core Competencies.. Corporate Profiles.. Industry News.. Listserv.. Terminology Guide.. Home.. |.. Resources.. Conference.. Events.. About NACCU.. Join NACCU.. Corporate Member Profiles.. Card Program Web Links.. CR80News.. NACCU offers Campus Card Professionals One Source, Infinite Advantages.. As the only association serving the national and international campus card transaction industry, NACCU is the one source dedicated to high-quality educational programs, resources,  ...   Nominations Deadline Sept 9.. From the Executive Director: Summer Time at NACCU.. More.. Email Address.. Password.. Not a member?.. Forgot Password?.. Logout.. Digital Identification Solutions Joins the Identification Systems Dealer Association.. October 4, 2013.. ICMA Regional Events Highlight the Future of the Card Manufacturing Industry.. Upcoming Events.. 20th Annual NACCU Conference.. April 13 - 16, 2013.. Website Updates.. NACCU 2014 Call for Presenters.. September 27, 2013.. Career Opportunity: Campus Card Manager, The New School.. September 18, 2013.. Join NACCU.. Site Map.. Privacy Policy.. 2012 National Association of Campus Card Users 9201 N 25th Ave Phoenix Arizona 85021 Phone: (602) 395-8989.. RESOURCES.. CONFERENCE.. EVENTS.. ABOUT NACCU.. JOIN NACCU.. MEMBER LOGIN.. CR80 News Articles..

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  • Title: About NACCU
    Descriptive info: NACCU Brand Promise/Mission Statement.. As the only association that specializes in the campus card transaction industry serving the national and international community, NACCU is the one source dedicated to high quality educational programs, resources, services, and tools.. NACCU offers members infinite advantages in networking, developing partnerships, leveraging technology, problem-solving, insight sharing, and professional development.. NACCU Strategic Plan.. (PDF)..

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  • Title: About NACCU
    Descriptive info: NACCU Awards.. Distinguished Service Award.. New Professional Award.. J.. Paul Melanson Award.. Innovative Technology Award.. Marketing Excellence Award.. Best Card Design.. Best Contest(s).. Best Print Media and Promotional Items.. Best Social Networking and/or Website.. Best Video(s).. (formerly the Professional Development Award).. The purpose of the Distinguished Service award is to:.. Recognize individuals or a campus working to implement programs in a college or university that have advanced the card service industry.. Recognize the entrepreneurial spirit.. Recognize the time, effort and sophistication of the accomplishment.. Eligibility: Nominees should be:.. Those who have contributed not only to a particular campus, but to the card services industry as a whole raising the stature of the profession.. Active participants in the research and development of card related technologies.. Active members of the National Association of Campus Card Users.. Those who have gone above and beyond their job description.. Those who have had the courage of their convictions to take a risk who have shown pioneering spirit.. Those who are actively publishing, presenting or promoting the card services industry.. Those who serve on advisory boards and are willing to test new products.. Past Distinguished Service Award Recipients.. 2013: Joel Weidner.. 2012: Ann Marie Powell.. 2011: John Beckwith.. 2010: Kathleen Kelly.. 2009: Shirley Everson.. 2008: Kathy Gallagher.. 2007: Jeanine Brooks.. 2006: Matthew Drummond.. 2005: Brenda L.. Hovden.. 2004: Eugene McKenna.. 2003: Homer Tedder.. 2002: Deb Hoefer.. 2001: Cindy Vetter.. 2000: Joe Pietrantoni.. The New Professional Award, new in 2012, is awarded annually to an individual who has made significant contributions to their institution, the industry and to the Association within a relatively short period of time.. New Professional Award Recipients.. 2013: Marsha Amanova.. 2012: Patrick Genest.. The J.. Paul Melanson award is named in honor of one of the founders of the National Association of Campus Card Users.. This award is given to members of the college and university community and campus card corporate members who  ...   Recipients.. 2013: University of Alberta.. 2012: Sam Houston State University.. 2011: Carleton College.. 2010: 1st: Carleton University 2nd: University of Alabama 3rd: University of Minnesota Twin Cities.. Best Card Design Award.. The Best Card Design Award is chosen by a vote conducted online and/or at the conference.. All NACCU members are encouraged to vote.. Best Card Design Award Recipients.. 2013: University of Maryland Eastern Shore.. 2012: Liberty University.. 2011: George Washington University.. 2010 Texas Tech University.. 2009 New Mexico State University.. 2008 St.. Peter s College.. 2007 University of Wyoming.. 2006 University of Central Florida.. 2005 Nova Southeastern University.. 2004 University of Alabama.. 2003 Louisiana State University.. 2002 Xavier University.. 2001 University of Utah.. 2000 University of Missouri - Columbia.. 1999 Georgia Tech 1998 University of Minnesota - Twin Cities.. Best Contest(s) Award.. The Best Contest(s) Award was chosen by a vote conducted online and/or at the conference.. Best Contest(s) Award Recipients.. 2012: Pennsylvania State University.. Best Print Media and Promotional Items Award.. (Formerly Best Marketing Award).. The Best Print Media and Promotional Items Award recipient was chosen by a vote conducted online and/or at the conference.. Best Print Media and Promotional Items Award Recipients.. 2012: Dalhousie University.. 2011: Deakin University.. 2010 Louisiana State University.. 2009 Salem State College.. 2008 Waterford Institute of Technology.. 2007 Sam Houston State University.. 2006 Pennsylvania State University.. 2005 University of Cincinnati.. 2003 University of Alabama.. 2002 Ryerson University.. 2000 (Tie) Duke University University of Colorado Boulder.. 1999 Cleveland State University 1998 University of Arizona.. Best Social Networking and/or Website Award.. The Best Social Networking and/or Website Award is chosen by a vote conducted online and/or at the conference.. Best Social Networking and/or Website Award Recipients.. 2013: North Carolina State University.. 2012: Virginia Commonwealth University.. The Best Video(s) Award is chosen by a vote conducted online and/or at the conference.. Best Video(s) Award Recipients.. 2013: Ryerson University.. 2012: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill..

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  • Title: About NACCU
    Descriptive info: NACCU Board of Directors.. Jessica Bender.. Palm Beach State College.. Co-Chair, Education Committee.. Assistant Co-Chair, Conference Committee.. Board Liaison, Awards Committee.. Term Expires 2015.. Brian Bollich.. University of Nebraska at Omaha.. President-Elect.. Chair, Corporate Relations Committee.. Term Expires 2016.. Scott Brannan.. Temple University.. Co-Chair, Conference Committee.. Term Expires 2014.. Ken Boyer..  ...   Pallavi Patel.. University of Cincinnati.. Treasurer.. Board Liaison, Benchmarking Project.. Board Liaison, Investment Committee.. James Pete.. Georgia Institute of Technology.. Immediate Past President.. Board Liaison, Membership Committee.. Brenda Saugstad.. Milwaukee Area Technical College.. Secretary.. Chair, 2014 Conference Committee.. Kristy Vienne.. Sam Houston State University.. President.. Board Liaison, Marketing and Communications Committee..

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  • Title: About NACCU
    Descriptive info: Lowell Adkins,.. Executive Director.. lowell@naccu.. org.. Crystal Bazarnic,.. Art and Communications Manager.. crystal@naccu.. Kathleen KB Brugger,.. Membership Services.. kb@naccu.. Jorrun Liston,.. Education Director.. jorrun@naccu.. Janice Weston,.. Business Manager.. janice@naccu..

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  • Title: About NACCU
    Descriptive info: NACCU Committees.. NACCU s Committees are one of the cornerstones of success within the association.. If you wish to contribute to the future of NACCU,.. volunteer.. to serve on a committee.. Current committees and members are listed below.. Awards Committee.. Conference Committee.. Conference Host Committee.. Corporate Relations Comittee.. Education Committee - Assessment.. Education Committee - Curriculum.. Marketing and Communications Committee.. Membership Committee.. Technology Committee.. John Beckwith, Loyola Marymount University, Chair.. Julia Burmesch, Carleton College.. Robin Coleman, The University of Alabama.. Nancy Crosby, Mercer University.. Melissa Hannah, University of New Brunswick.. Pamela Hoover, Southeastern Louisiana University.. Linda Lee, University of California - Los Angeles.. David Lesicko, Dalton State College.. Laura Ploughe, Arizona State University.. Lisa Powers, Clemson University.. Ramonia Prosise, Virginia State University.. Kari Zella, Sam Houston State University.. Jessica Bender, Palm Beach State College, Board Liaison.. Lowell Adkins, Staff Liaison.. 2014 Conference Committee.. Brenda Saugstad, Milwaukee Area Technical College, Chair.. Scott Brannan, Temple University, Co-Chair.. Jessica Bender, Palm Beach State College, Asst Co-Chair.. Jorrun Liston, Staff Liaison.. 2014 Conference Host Committee.. Kathleen Cooke, University of Illinois.. Michael Groth, Northeastern Illinois University.. Angela Meldonian, Carroll University.. Art Monge, Northwestern University.. Nelson Perez, University of Central Florida.. Corporate Relations Committee.. Brian Bollich, University of Nebraska  ...   Baltimore.. Tyler Harris, Boise State University.. Peggy Harrison, University of Central Missouri.. Audra Kovalchuk, Wayne State University.. Richard Tamborelli, Rhode Island School of Design.. Jeff Vonderschmidt, Indiana University.. Jessica Bender, Palm Beach State College, Chair.. Tina Blanks, Southern Polytechnic State University.. Cindy Kellerman, Pennsylvania State University.. Lynne Mack, University of South Carolina.. Nancy Serna, Texas A M University.. Sheila St.. Laurent, University of the Fraser Valley.. Marsha Amanova, University of Alberta, Chair.. Tasha Helton, University of Puget Sound.. Patti Murdock, Virginia Commonwealth University.. Alison Rodrigues, University of San Francisco.. Emmett Rumfield, Sam Houston State University.. Crissy Sampier, Longwood University.. Dianne St.. John, University of Richmond.. Rob Thayer, Salem State University.. Kim Wermers, Dakota State University.. Dr.. Kristy Vienne, Sam Houston State University, Board Liaison.. Crystal Bazarnic, Staff Liaison.. John Younk, University of Alberta, Chair.. Danny Albert, University of Ottawa.. David Anthony, Ohio State University.. Jean Coffield, Bowling Green State University.. Michael Groth, Bowling Green State University.. David Halback, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.. John Patterson, Mercyhurst University.. Rico Portalatin, Smith College.. Janet Rauhe, Elon University.. Tova Sturmer, Tompkins Cortland Community College.. Jonathan Weiss, University of Missouri, St.. Louis.. James Pete, Georgia Institute of Technology, Board Liaison.. KB Brugger, Staff Liaison.. Bruce Caddell, Dalhousie University, Chair..

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  • Title: Organization Documents
    Descriptive info: Bylaws of the National Association of Campus Card Users.. Form 990 - Tax Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax (PDF).. Form W-9 - Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification (PDF).. NACCU 2011 - 2012 Financial Statement.. 2012 NACCU Annual Business Meeting Minutes.. BYLAWS OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CAMPUS CARD USERS, INC.. ARTICLE I - NAME.. The name of this not-for-profit corporation (hereinafter referred to as the Corporation ) is NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CAMPUS CARD USERS, INC.. Its principle office is located at 9201 North 25th Avenue Suite 188, Phoenix, AZ 85021.. ARTICLE II - PURPOSES.. The Corporation is formed for charitable and educational purposes as follows:.. To provide for the collection, dissemination, and interchange of information among the Members and others;.. To encourage technological developments and new uses of card systems technology in higher education administration;.. To encourage technological developments and new uses of card systems technology in those businesses, corporations, or companies who use ID Cards for their employees;.. To provide opportunities for training, career development, skill development, and other forms of professional growth.. ARTICLE III - MEMBERS.. Section 1: Annual Meeting.. The annual meeting of the Members of the Corporation shall be held at a time duly designated by the Board of Directors for the purpose of electing directors to succeed those whose terms shall have expired as of the date of such annual meeting, and for the transaction of such other corporate business as may come before the meeting.. Section 2: Special Meetings.. Special meetings of the Members may be called at any time for any purpose or purposes by the President or by a majority of the Board of Directors, and shall be called forthwith by the President, the Secretary, or any director of the Corporation upon the request in writing of twenty-five (25%) of all the Members entitled to vote on the business to be transacted at such meeting.. Business transacted at all special meetings of Members shall be confined to the purpose or purposes stated in the notice of the meeting.. Section 3: Place of Holding Meetings.. All meetings of Members shall be held at the principle office of the Corporation or elsewhere as designated by the Board of Directors.. Section 4: Notice of Meetings.. Written notice of each meeting of the Members shall be mailed, postage prepaid by the Secretary, to each Member of the record entitled to vote at the post office address as it appears upon the books of the Corporation, at least ten (10) days but not more than ninety (90) days before the meeting.. Each such notice shall state the place, day and hour at which the meeting is to be held and, in the case of any special meeting, shall state briefly the purpose or purposes thereof.. Section 5: Quorum.. The presence in person or by proxy of a majority of the Members of the Corporation shall constitute a quorum at all meetings of the Members except as otherwise provided by law, by the Articles of the Incorporation or by these Bylaws.. If less than a quorum shall be in attendance at the time for which the meeting shall have been called, the meeting may be adjourned from time to time by a majority vote of the Members present or represented, without any notice other than by announcement at the meeting, until a quorum shall attend.. At any adjourned meeting at which a quorum shall attend, any business may be transacted which might have been transacted if the meeting had been held as originally called.. Section 6: Conduct of Meetings.. Meetings of Members shall be presided over by the President of the Corporation or, if the President is not present, by a chair to be elected at the meeting.. The Secretary of the Corporation shall act as secretary of such meetings; in the absence of the Secretary, the presiding officer may appoint a person to act as secretary of the meeting.. Section 7: Voting.. At all meetings of Members every Member shall have one (1) vote.. Prior to each Annual Meeting of the Members, each Member shall designate to the Corporation s Secretary, in writing, one individual who may exercise the Member s vote.. Such vote may be either in person or by proxy appointed by an instrument in writing subscribed by such Member or the member s duly authorized attorney, bearing a date not more than three (3) months prior to said meeting, unless said instrument provides for a longer period.. Such proxy shall be dated, but need not be sealed, witnessed or acknowledged.. All elections shall be had and all questions shall be decided by a majority of the votes cast at a duly constituted meeting, except as otherwise provided by law, in the Articles of Incorporation or by these Bylaws.. Section 8: Identity of Members.. The Members of the Corporation shall be composed of those educational institutions that are exempt from federal taxation under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, that utilize campus card products and services and those businesses, corporations, or companies who use ID Cards for their employees and that have been appointed as Members by a majority of the entire Board of Directors.. Dues, fees, and other conditions of Membership shall be established by the Board of Directors.. Section 9: Actions Taken.. Any action required or permitted to be taken at a meeting of the Members may be taken without a meeting if all the Members consent in writing.. Said written consents shall be filed with the records of the Members meetings.. Section 10: Directors as Members.. The Board of Directors of the Corporation shall be the Members and when meeting as Directors may exercise the rights and powers of Members if the Charter or these Bylaws do not provide for Members of the Corporation or in fact the Corporation has no members.. ARTICLE IV - OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION.. Section 1: Election and Term.. The Officers of the Corporation shall consist of a President, President-Elect, Immediate Past President, Secretary, Treasurer, and any other Officer which the Board of Directors may deem appropriate from time to time.. The Members shall elect the President-Elect in a manner determined by the Board of Directors.. The President-Elect shall, after one term, become President.. The President shall, after one term, become Immediate Past President.. The Board of Directors of the Corporation shall elect the other Officers.. The Officers shall serve for one-year terms.. The Officers shall be elected from among the Directors of the Corporation.. Section 2: Accountability.. The Officers of the Corporation shall be accountable to the Board of Directors for whatever services the Board requires of them.. Section 3: Removal.. An Officer may be removed, with or without cause, by the affirmative vote of a majority of the Directors at any special meeting of the Board of Directors called for that purpose or any regular meeting of the Board of Directors.. Section 4: Vacancies.. In the event of death, resignation, removal or other inability to serve of any Officer, the Board of Directors shall elect a successor who shall serve until the expiration of the normal term of such Officer or until a successor shall be elected.. Section 5: Duties.. The Officers of the Corporation shall perform the following duties and  ...   meeting of the Board shall be held each year at a time and place determined by the Board.. Other meetings shall be called by the Chair, who shall designate the time and place of the meeting.. Special meetings may be called by the Chair, the Vice Chair or one-third (1/3) of the Board.. Written notice of all meetings of the Board shall be sent by the Secretary to each member of the Board at least ten (10) days before the meeting.. The business to be transacted at meetings other than the annual meeting shall be set forth in the notice of such meetings.. The agenda and data of material to be discussed shall be sent in advance of the meeting wherever possible.. Any meeting of the Board of Directors may be deemed to have been validly and legally called if a majority of the Directors sign a written waiver of notice either before or after the meeting.. Attendance of a Director at any meeting shall constitute a waiver of notice of that meeting and no written waiver need be obtained from that Director except when the Director attends the meeting for the express and exclusive purpose of objecting to the transaction of any business because the meeting is not lawfully called or convened.. All such waivers, consents, or approvals shall be filed with the corporate records.. An absolute majority of the Board shall constitute a quorum at any meeting.. If less than a quorum of Directors appears for an annual meeting of the Board, the holding of such annual meeting shall not be required and matters that might have been taken up at the annual meeting may be taken up at any later regular, special, or annual meeting or by consent resolution.. Directors may participate in a meeting by conference telephone or similar communication equipment.. Any action required or permitted at any meeting of the Directors may be taken without a meeting, without prior notice and without a vote if all the Directors consent in writing.. Said written consents shall be filed with the minutes of the proceedings and shall have the same effect as a vote for all purposes.. ARTICLE VI - COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS.. Section 1: Executive Committee.. The Executive Committee shall be a standing committee consisting of the President, President-Elect, Immediate Past President, and Treasurer.. The Executive Committee shall have the power to transact all regular business of the Board during the periods between meetings of the Boards.. All actions of the Executive Committee shall be reported at the next meeting of the Board.. The Chair, or in the Chair s absence, the Vice Chair shall preside at all meetings of the Executive Committee.. Section 2: Special Committees.. Special Committees may be appointed as needed by the Chair of the Board for such special tasks as circumstances may warrant.. ARTICLE VII - FINANCIAL PROVISIONS.. Section 1: Contracts, Agreements, and Legal Instruments.. Subject to any limitations contained in the Bylaws, the President of the Corporation or any other Officer authorized by the Board may, in the name of and on behalf of the Corporation, execute and deliver any contract or other instrument authorized in writing by the Board.. Section 2: Loans.. No loan or advance shall be contracted by or on behalf of the Corporation, no negotiable paper or guarantee or other evidence of its obligations under any loan or advance shall be issued in its name and no property of the Corporation shall be mortgaged, pledged, hypothecated, transferred or conveyed as security for the payment of any loan, advance, indebtedness or liability of the Corporation, unless and except as authorized in writing by the Board.. Any such authorization may be general or confined to specific instances but shall be in compliance with these Bylaws.. Section 3: Deposits.. All funds and other valuable assets of the Corporation not otherwise employed shall be deposited from time to time to its credit in banks or trust companies or with such bankers or other depositories as the Board may select or as may be selected by any Officer or agent authorized to do so by the Board.. Section 4: Checks, Drafts, Etc.. All notes, drafts, acceptances, checks, endorsements and, subject to the provisions of these Bylaws, evidence of indebtedness of the Corporation shall be signed by such Officer or Officers or such agent or agents of the Corporation and in such manner as the Board from time to time may determine.. Endorsements for deposit to the credit of the Corporation in any of its duly authorized depositories shall be in such manner as the Board from time to time may determine.. ARTICLE VIII - INDEMNIFICATION.. Section 1: Directors and Officers.. The Corporation shall indemnify, to the full extent permitted by law, any Director or Officer or former Director or Officer of the Corporation, or any person who may have served at its request as a Director or Officer of another corporation, whether for-profit or not-for-profit, against judgments, penalties, fines, settlements and expenses actually and necessarily incurred by him or her in connection with the successful defense of any action, suit or proceeding in which he or she is made a party by reason of being or having been such Director or Officer.. Section 2: Employees or Agents.. The Corporation may indemnify an employee or agent who is not a Director or Officer of the corporation to the same extent that it any indemnify Directors or Officers of the Corporation under this Article, provided that such action shall be authorized by general or specific action of the Board of Directors, or by contract approved by the Board of Directors.. ARTICLE IX - DISSOLUTION.. The Corporation may be liquidated and dissolved upon a majority vote of all the Directors then serving on the Board, subject to approval of at least two-thirds (2/3) of all the Members, in accordance with Arizona law.. The vote of the Board of Directors shall be taken only after at least thirty (30) days reasonable notice to all Directors that the liquidation and/or dissolution of the Corporation will be put before the Board.. All of the property and assets of the Corporation of every kind whatsoever are irrevocably dedicated to charitable and educational purposes.. Upon litigation, dissolution, winding up or abandonment of the Corporation, after paying or adequately providing for the debts or obligations of the Corporation, the remaining assets shall be distributed to an organization or organizations organized and operating in the United States described in section 170(b)(1)(A) of the Internal Revenue Code (the Code) or the corresponding provision of any subsequent federal tax laws, and qualified as an exempt organization or organizations under section 501(c)(3) of the Code or corresponding provisions of any subsequent federal tax laws, as the Board of Directors may determine.. ARTICLE X - AMENDMENTS.. The Board has the power to initiate amendments to the Bylaws, subject to approval of the Members.. The Board s power to recommend amendments to the Bylaws shall be exercised by a majority vote of the Board at any regular or special meeting duly convened, provided that a full representation of the proposed amendments shall have been provided in writing along with ten (10) day s prior written notice of the meeting to all members of the Board..

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  • Title: Policies
    Descriptive info: Website Terms of Use.. Online Privacy Statement.. Refund Policy.. Timing and Delivery of Service Statement.. NACCU Website Terms of Use.. The Website includes articles and information which the National Association of Campus Card Users ( NACCU ) believes will be of interest to its users.. Some of the articles and information have been developed by NACCU.. Other articles and information are provided by third-party sources.. NACCU cannot ensure that information it provides is accurate, exhaustive or complete on every subject or that it will necessarily include all of the most recent information available on a particular topic.. You are solely responsible for use of and reliance on this information.. Information, software, text, photographs, graphics, links and other material (collectively, the Content ) provided on the Website are protected by copyright, trademark or other proprietary rights of NACCU, or third parties.. NACCU grants you a limited nonexclusive license to use the information on the Website for your personal and noncommercial use.. You may download or copy the Content for personal use only, provided that you maintain all copyright and other notices contained therein.. Copying or storing of any Content for other than personal use is expressly prohibited without prior written permission.. Otherwise, you may not copy, store in electronic form, modify, print, transmit, transfer or sell, create derivative works from, distribute, perform, display, or in any way exploit any of the Content, in whole or in part, without obtaining permission of the copyright owner, except as permitted under copyright law.. NACCU Online Privacy Statement.. The National Association of Campus Card Users respects the privacy of its members and other visitors to its Website ( Users ) and is committed to protecting the privacy of personal information.. To better protect your privacy, NACCU provides this Privacy Policy explaining our online and offline information practices and the choices you can make about the way your information is collected and used.. To access certain portions of the Website, you must provide personally identifiable information.. Personally identifiable information means any information that is associated with your personal identify and may include address, telephone number, passwords, email address, and communications records.. You agree to provide true and accurate information in connection with your registration and to promptly notify us of any changes in the registration information.. You must be over 18 to register and use the Website.. We will not intentionally collect or use personal information from users that we have reason to believe are under 18 years of age.. What Information Does NACCU Gather?.. Most information NACCU collects is used only to help us better serve our members.. It is our general policy to collect and store only personal information that our members and visitors knowingly provide.. NACCU does not collect any personal information from users browsing its Website.. Only aggregate data -- such as the number of hits per page -- are collected.. Aggregate data are only used for internal and marketing purposes and do not provide any personally identifying information.. When registering as a member, NACCU asks users to provide their name, institution/organization name, mailing address, business phone, fax, and email.. Similar information may be submitted to NACCU through conference or workshop registration, publication orders, subscriptions, and contest registrations.. Records of your official involvement with NACCU and its affiliate organizations (e.. g.. , meeting attendance, proposal submissions, committee membership and awards nominations) may be maintained.. If you have served as a speaker at a NACCU event, we maintain the biographical and photo information you supplied for the event.. If you have completed a NACCU survey, we may maintain records obtained therein.. How Does NACCU Secure Personal Information?.. NACCU takes extensive physical, electronic and procedural precautions to protect your personal information submitted via this Site.. Although NACCU cannot guarantee that there will never be a security problem, NACCU and its agents who have access to your information carefully guard against the loss, misuse or alteration of the information NACCU collects on its Website.. The personal information we collect is stored in databases and files that are protected by passwords and firewalls.. In addition, online forms used for financial transactions are secured with SSL encryption technology to ensure the safety of sensitive information transmitted through them (e.. , credit card information).. Credit card information is not stored in our databases.. If your basic personal information is in our database, it may be publicly available in our online and print directories and event registration lists, with the aim of fostering communication among colleagues.. The Website may contain bulletin board services, chat areas, news groups, forums, communities, personal web pages, calendars, and/or other message or communication facilities designed to enable you to communicate with the public at large or with members or  ...   of your membership agreement.. Credit Card Account Information.. NACCU does not disclose credit card account information provided by its members and customers.. When members and customers choose to pay using their credit cards, NACCU submits the information needed to obtain payment to the appropriate clearinghouse.. Cookies.. The NACCU Website does not use cookies or any other means of collecting information about you or your computer without your knowledge.. (A cookie is information that a Website puts on your hard disk so that it can remember something about you at a later time).. Job Postings.. As a service to its members, NACCU posts job openings online submitted by member institutions.. NACCU does not collect personal information from job applicants, nor process their applications.. NACCU is not responsible for the privacy practices of the institutions that post job openings on this Website.. You should use and rely on job postings at your own risk.. If you have questions about policies of hiring institutions, please contact those institutions directly.. Required and Authorized Disclosures.. NACCU will disclose information to law enforcement agencies or others if legally required to do so.. In addition, certain statutory authorizations allow us to disclose personal information in emergency situations or to protect and defend NACCU s rights and property and those of its members.. Links to other sites.. This Website contains links to other sites.. NACCU is not responsible for the content and privacy practices of Websites other than our Website.. We encourage you to examine each Website s Privacy Policy and disclaimers and make your own decisions regarding the accuracy, reliability and correctness of material and information found on other Websites.. Privacy Policy Updates.. Our Website Privacy Policy will be reviewed periodically.. We reserve the right to change and update our Privacy Policy without notice.. We encourage you to visit this page from time to time to ensure you are aware of any changes we may have made.. Keeping You Informed of Changes.. We may need to change this policy from time to time in order to address new issues and reflect changes on our site.. We will post changes here so that you will always know what information we gather, how we might use that information, and whether we will disclose that information to anyone.. Please refer back to this Privacy Policy regularly.. How to Contact Us.. We may change this Privacy Policy from time to time to take into account new or changing circumstances.. By accessing or registering to use this Website, you agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy and consent to receive notice of any changes to this Privacy Policy by postings on the Website.. Pursuant to California law, our California users who provide personally identifiable information may request certain information regarding our disclosure, if any, of your personally identifiable information to third parties for their direct marketing purposes during the preceding calendar year.. Such requests should be sent in writing to NACCU at the address listed below.. If any User suspects NACCU has handled personal information in a manner that does not comply with this privacy statement, please contact us.. NACCU.. 9201 North 25th Ave.. , Suite 188,.. Phoenix, AZ 85021.. Phone: 602.. 395.. 8989.. Fax: 602.. 9090.. naccu@naccu.. Effective September 30, 2011.. NACCU Refund Policy.. Membership Dues.. Notice of cancellation of membership and a request for a refund of dues should be sent to the NACCU national office via fax, mail, or email.. Refunds will be granted for the prorated amount of the dues remaining in the membership year (July June) effective the first of the month following the request.. Refunds will be processed by check 4 6 weeks after the request is made.. Event Registration Fees.. The deadline to request a refund varies by event and is communicated to the registrant at the time of registration.. Cancellations will be accepted at the NACCU national office (or other location noted in the registration materials) via fax, mail or email and must be received by the cancellation deadline in order to qualify for a refund.. Refunds will not be available for registrants who choose not to attend an event.. NACCU reserves the right to cancel an event.. If NACCU cancels an event, registrants will be offered a full refund.. The above applies to all events unless otherwise noted in the specific event materials.. Please read all individual event information thoroughly.. NACCU Timing and Delivery of Service Statement.. Your membership is effective immediately upon processing of dues payment.. You will receive a welcome letter which explains how to use your benefits within two weeks of joining NACCU.. Conference registration is complete upon processing of registration payment.. You will receive a confirmation by email within 24 hours of registration..

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  • Title: Publication Resources
    Descriptive info: NACCU Style Guide.. (PDF) The NACCU style guide is for anyone who is creating publications for or about NACCU.. The guide includes directions for the use of our brand identity graphics as well as language style guidelines.. NACCU PowerPoint Template.. (.. ppt) The NACCU PowerPoint template is a three slide template that can be used for presenting NACCU information.. The template is branded with NACCU colors and logos and includes a title slide, content slide, and presentation conclusion slide.. NACCU Case Study Template.. doc) The NACCU case study template is a one page Word document to help guide NACCU members in  ...   share it.. Send your idea, or a draft case study, to our education director, Jorrun Liston (.. ).. NACCU Membership Badge.. Show the world that you re a proud member of NACCU by downloading this NACCU membership badge and displaying it prominently on your institution s website.. Link the image to.. www.. naccu.. NACCU Logos.. Please refer to.. style guide.. for logo usage guidelines.. NACCU Logo - CMYK.. eps.. (for print usage).. NACCU Logo - RGB.. jpg.. (for online usage).. NACCU Logo - black/white.. If you require a specific size or format, please email Crystal Bazarnic, Art and Communications Manager, at..

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  • Title: About NACCU
    Descriptive info: NACCU History.. The National Association of Campus Card Users was organized in Baltimore, Maryland in 1993 by several individuals interested in promoting the use of campus cards.. The founding members, J.. Paul Melanson from Loyola College, Joseph Pietrantoni of Duke University, Mel Blackburn of Loyola College, Tom Bell from SUNY Geneseo, and Bill Norwood of Florida State University were the first Board of Directors.. Their vision was to create an organization with the purpose of educating college and university administrators charged with the responsibility for developing card systems by apprising them of newly installed applications, vendor performance, technology platforms, and other matters relating to the marketplace for card systems.. NACCU was also planned to function as a resource library for the latest advances in campus card technologies.. The first Board meeting was held on May 6, 1993 at  ...   with the transition to a card program.. At the time of the first conference, membership was up to 150 institutions and the conference drew 255 institutional and corporate attendees.. Founder Joe Pietrantoni said What this conference has done is teach universities about meanings of on-line, off-line, smart card, hardware, software.. It s been a good education for everyone.. NACCU launched the.. NACCU-L listserv.. in March 1994 as a resource for institutional members to be able to ask questions and communicate with other members.. NACCU membership and activities have grown over the years and the association has held a successful.. annual conference.. each year since it s inception.. Currently, the.. and.. staff.. of NACCU are strong and the organization is looking toward the future, where it will continue to develop further resources and educational opportunities for its growing membership..

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    Descriptive info: Fact sheet and leadership bios coming soon.. NACCU News.. SHSU s Dr.. Kristy L.. Vienne Becomes 2013-2014 NACCU President.. June 13, 2013.. NACCU Passes Resolution to Endorse and Adopt NACUBO Best Practices Guide for Student Debit Card Options.. May 2, 2013.. Joel Weidner Presented with NACCU 2013 Distinguished Service Award.. April 30, 2013.. Marsha Amanova Presented with NACCU 2013 New Professional Award.. Illinois Institute of Technology Presented with NACCU 2013 Innovative Technology Award.. University of Alberta Presentated with NACCU 2013 Marketing Excellence Award.. University of Maryland Eastern Shore Presented with NACCU 2013 Best Card Design Award.. North Carolina State University Presented with NACCU 2013 Best Social Media and/or  ...   York University Recognized with NACCU s Distinguished Service Award.. May 16, 2012.. Patrick Genest from the University of Ottawa Presented with NACCU s New Professional Award.. Sam Houston State University s Bearkat OneCard Services Presented with NACCU s Marketing Excellence Award.. Arizona State University Presented with NACCU s Innovative Technology Award.. Liberty University Presented with NACCU s Best Card Design Award.. Pennsylvania State University Presented with NACCU s Best Contest Award.. Dalhousie University Presented with NACCU s Best Print Media and Promotional Products Award.. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Presented with NACCU s Best Video Award.. NACCU Media Contact.. Crystal Bazarnic, Art and Communications Manager at NACCU.. 602-395-8989..

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