Large Group & Building Attendance

Mobile kiosks track attendance anywhere, anytime

ScholarChip’s mobile kiosks are multi-purpose, designed to be where you need them, whether at your building entrance, cafeteria, auditorium, or gym. With an average speed of 40 students per minute, per kiosk, an entire building can be processed in record time.

Kiosks may be configured to generate an audio and/or visual alert for students with open attendance or discipline issues, and display a student-specific message issued by school administrators for timely intervention.

ScholarChip’s kiosk attendance functions include:
• Real-time building attendance
• Student entry and egress reporting
• Exception alerts and student specific messaging
• Late arrival automation and late pass generation
• Temporary student ID generation
• Cafeteria entry monitoring
• Large group and event attendance
• Staff entry and egress reporting and time clock functionality

Watch a quick video about how easy our Building Attendance Kiosk is to use.

Learn how ScholarChip can help keep track of large group attendance more efficiently.


Review or download our Large Group & Building Attendance Information Sheet.


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Large Group & Building Attendance Features


Up to 40 students per minute

Operational Modes
On-time, tardy, soft and hard alerts

Attendance Modes
Building, Large Group, Egress and Simple Monitoring

Two Smart Card readers

Dual monitors facing security staff and students for roll-away carts
One student-facing monitor for all other models

Temporary Cards
Thermal printing of temporary cards

Late Passes
Thermal late pass printing

Roll-away model with 4-inch solid rubber, whisper-quiet wheels

Network Operation
Wired 10/100 MB, Wireless 801.1g

Up to three weeks internal buffer in case of network outage
Kiosk uploads data automatically once network is restored

Remote configuration via the ScholarChip Management Site. No need to configure at the kiosk

Hardware and Software Monitoring
Self-monitored; remote monitoring available from the ScholarChip Help Desk