[Podcast] Going Cashless with Eastern Michigan University


Eastern Michigan University (EMU) is a leading four-year public university with 20,000 students that has been completely cashless since 2017.

In this TouchNet podcast, Beth Hardcastle, assistant controller for Student Business Services at EMU, discusses how going cashless, closing the in-person cashier’s office, and implementing payment plans have positively impacted their financial operations over the past five years.

Beth Hardcastle
Assistant Controller, EMU

This podcast was originally published as an episode on the podcast FOCUS: On the Business of Higher Education, produced by TouchNet.

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