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  • Posted in: NACAS Main

    Bradie, We use the AR function at the POS, which is similar to Lorelle mentioned. We have two interfaces for this transaction: 1. The purchases are uploaded daily from the POS to record the AR and revenue into the University system. 2. The departmental charge is a separate interface used to reduce the AR and expense ... Read More

  • Posted in: NACAS Main

    Ours is use it or lose it. ------Original Message------ Hopefully this question makes sense: For those of you who have have student printing limits and allow additional deposits to the printing account when the student's allotment runs out, do you allow refunds for the additional purchased printing funds if they are not used? This is presuming ... Read More

  • Posted in: NACAS Main

    Hello David, We "gift" the student a computer lab balance at the beginning of each semester.  Students can add money on their account through the Bookstore or directly through our Equitrac software using Paypal.    We do not issue any refunds for printing even if the student added additional funds.  We encourage small additions of $1 or $5 to reduce ... Read More

  • Posted in: NACAS Main

    Hello Bradie, We have tried multiple methods for processing departmental charges in our Bookstore.  We've done journal entry / memos through Banner (I wouldn't recommend), P-card, and currently we process it as a receivable transaction through our registers similar to Financial Aid. P-card and account charges transactions at the register have many ... Read More

  • Posted in: NACAS Main

    David, Our print management system is managed through the student's Active Directory login. Once their initial semester allocation is expended, students can purchase additional page credits at several locations on campus or online. We do not refund any unused purchased printing credits. Regards, Ron Ronald Portwine, MBA, ... Read More

  • Posted in: NACAS Main

    I would be interested in speaking with other Conference & Event Services leaders on how your department is structured to include personnel, budget, services offered, etc. I am in the early stages of evaluating the benefits of combining what is currently two separate departments on our campus. If you could provide a link or initial information that I ... Read More

  • Posted in: NACAS Main

    Hopefully this question makes sense: For those of you who have have student printing limits and allow additional deposits to the printing account when the student's allotment runs out, do you allow refunds for the additional purchased printing funds if they are not used? This is presuming that the printing account is separate from the campus debit ... Read More

  • Posted in: NACAS Main

    Christopher,  Northern Arizona University has gone through a very similar analysis over the past 4 months for our internal bookstore and departmental catering charges.  Once we compiled and assigned time values to all of the accounting workflows for both the University and our contracted partners it became clear to us that using our campus procurement ... Read More

  • Posted in: NACAS Main

    Colleagues- I'm writing to the group to ask whether you have any processes that are designed for the convenience of departmental shoppers at your campus bookstores. For internal departments, our campus has relied on a special transaction authorization card that is used to validate many kinds of financial documents, including merchandise ... Read More

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    "Mini-Market"

    Posted in: NACAS Main

    Hi!  We have recently lost a major supermarket near one of our campuses and are looking for information on companies that would provide a mini-market type of service?  Compass has some solutions but they are mostly grab n' go rather than small bulk items (carton of eggs, full size boxes of cereal, personal items, etc).  Attended or unattended options ... Read More



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