University of Notre Dame Launches Mobile Credentials with CBORD

University of Notre Dame Launches Mobile Credentials with CBORD

CBORD is excited to announce the successful launch of mobile credentials at the University of Notre Dame. This innovative solution allows students, faculty and staff to use their smartphones and other mobile devices for secure, convenient access across campus.

The mobile credentials initiative at Notre Dame marks a significant advancement in campus life, enhancing convenience and security for the entire university community. With mobile credentials, users can seamlessly enter buildings, make purchases and manage their campus activities, all from their mobile devices. This integration underscores Notre Dame’s sustainability goals, which include a commitment to becoming carbon neutral by 2050.

“We are delighted to partner with the University of Notre Dame to bring mobile credentials to their esteemed campus,” said Dan Park, president and CEO of CBORD. “This initiative marks a significant advancement in campus connectivity and convenience. Students will be able to use their mobile credentials anywhere they used their Irish1Cards, including secured facility entrances, express dining spots and even at the turnstile gates in the dining hall. By leveraging mobile technology, Notre Dame is setting a new standard for innovation in higher education, and we are proud to support their vision.”

The launch of mobile credentials at Notre Dame includes a comprehensive rollout that enables the university community to access residence halls, academic buildings, dining facilities and other campus services, on and off campus, using their mobile devices. Additionally, the CBORD system offers enhanced security features, ensuring that personal information and campus data remain protected.

“Notre Dame, CBORD and Allegion worked diligently to ensure all use cases for mobile were addressed, being mindful that full use-case support corresponds to high adoption. The ‘luck of the Irish’ won’t be needed here to ensure success with mobile at Notre Dame,” said Jeff Koziol, Business Development Manager – Mobile Credentials, Allegion.

The University of Notre Dame is the leading global, Catholic, research institution for the 21st century, renowned for its mission to be a force for good in the world. This latest initiative aligns perfectly with Notre Dame’s commitment to fostering a dynamic and forward-thinking campus environment. The transition to mobile credentials is part of a broader effort to integrate state-of-the-art technology into campus life, streamlining operations and enriching the daily experiences of students, faculty and staff

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