Students interested in an expedited entry into Syracuse University’s dining centers now have a new high-tech option available to them. In recent weeks, the University has installed Morpho hand scanners in nearly all dining centers to facilitate a quicker, contactless entrance at mealtimes. The use of this technology is entirely voluntary and available for students on unlimited and block plans. Already, hundreds of students have registered their hand scans with the Housing, Meal Plan and I.D. Card Services Office and begun using the system. Students interested in signing up should visit 206 Steele Hall.

“Our students want a variety of dining options that they can access at their convenience—whether it’s in between class or late in the evening after a night of studying. This is one of many enhancements we plan to implement to make the dining experience more enjoyable and efficient for our students,” says Kris Klinger, senior…

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