OneCard VIP gives students a broad range of permissions, privileges, and authorizations, all while syncing the related data with your student information system. It’s simple, integrated and mobile.
What's New in U.Commerce 8
Our complete platform solutions brings new options and functionality to OneCard modules and hardware, including:
Dining Point-of-Sale (POS) has added printer integration for
Starbucks labels, which can be printed and affixed to POS food and beverage orders on campus.
Local printers also can be selected to print online food and beverage order
tickets to fulfill campus orders using Dining POS.
Wired door controllers with Myon Displays are now in stock. Take advantage
of our upgrade program today and improve security by replacing Quattro touchscreen displays!
Added support for the certified PAX S300 payment terminal for
point-to-point encryption (P2PE) and the BLE PAX D220 through TSYS.
Visit the U.Commerce 8 page to learn how our fully integrated platform solution simplifies operations and helps ensure student success outside the classroom.
OneCard replaces traditional ID cards with mobile device-based credentials, enabling campus communities to provide the convenience of door access, event check-ins, and payments with declining balance functionality at students’ fingertips.
From class attendance to permission-based access to labs and buildings, dorm and residence hall access, and sports and cultural events, OneCard gives students campus-wide access.
By analyzing data generated through student check-ins and activity, administrators can gauge student attendance and engagement. Potential problems with balancing school and work or acclimating to campus life can be identified and addressed sooner, putting students more at ease and more aware of resources that can help them avoid unnecessary withdrawals.
Additional OneCard credentialing uses:
Equipment reservations and rental
Campus services management
Declining Balance Options
While meal plans have used declining balances for decades, today’s declining balance cards offer uses and functions well beyond dining. Now you can issue students a “closed loop” card that functions like a credit card but avoids merchant card processing fees. Such cards provide parents with a convenient, trackable way to add money and monitor spending for maximum transparency and accountability.
Accepting campus cards as a payment method also centralizes payment and makes purchases more convenient for students, faculty, and staff, who avoid fees associated with traditional credit/debit card sales.