Kennesaw State University becomes the latest university to install a Shop24 automated convenience store on campus.
Kennesaw State University plans to install a Shop24 automated convenience store on campus. The third largest institution in the University System of Georgia with more than 25,000 students, KSU will become the only location in the state to have a Shop24.
The unmanned, automated c-stores operate around the clock and offer an extensive product mix beyond what is traditionally available in standard vending machines. Shop24s have been installed in a variety of venues around the country, including universities like SUNY-Cortland and SUNY-Cobleskill in New York and San Francisco State and Cal State Fullerton in California.
“Kennesaw State continually seeks innovative ways to deliver food services to its students, focusing on convenience, selection and quality”, says Randy Shelton, Executive Director of Auxiliary Services and Programs at KSU. “Shop24 will be a welcome addition as part of the world class Auxiliary Service programs already developed for our students at KSU."