The project “Campus4You“, coordinated by DRESDEN-concept, is a joint venture of the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (HTW – Dresden University of Applied Sciences) Dresden and Technische Universität Dresden.
The aim is to equip students of both universities with a multifunctional chip card, which combines
- The student identity card
- The refectory/canteen card
- The semester ticket (for public transport)
- The library cards.
Members of staff and guests of both universities will also be able to use the chip card to
- Pay in the refectories, canteens and cafeterias
- Access the library services
- Access parking spaces, buildings and rooms
Project Commissioners & Supporters
The project commissioners are the HTW Dresden and TU Dresden, represented by Alexander E. Müller, acting Chancellor of the HTW Dresden, and Dr. Andreas Handschuh, Chancellor of TU Dresden.
The project is supported by the Dresdner Verkehrsbetriebe AG, the Studentenwerk Dresden, the Saxon State Library – Dresden State and University Library (SLUB), the University Hospital and the student councils of the HTW Dresden and of TU Dresden.
The introduction of the Campuscard will begin in the winter semester 2021/22 with a friendly user test (selected students will receive the Campuscard for testing at the points of use) in January 2022. If this test phase is successful, it will be followed by the introduction of the Campuscard at a pilot faculty in March 2022. Subsequently, a gradual issue of the Campuscard to all other students is planned for the summer semester 2022. Newly enrolled students will then start using the Campuscard from the winter semester 2022/23 on. The solution developed at the two universities can then be offered to other academic institutions in Dresden for subsequent use.