Don’t miss this deadline: June 30, 2018

Replace your IU ID with a CrimsonCard to maintain building access before June 30, 2018. The deadline for replacing current IU School of Medicine ID cards with IU’s university-wide CrimsonCard is June 30, 2018. Here are the top things you need to know and a list of frequently asked questions to help you get and activate your CrimsonCard.

 

Who must replace their current ID with a CrimsonCard?

All current IU School of Medicine students, faculty, staff (part time and full time), and affiliates, including residents and fellows, must obtain a CrimsonCard, IU’s new official photo ID card for all campuses before June 30, 2018.

Keep in mind, there are more than one-step to this process and could potentially take more than a day to transfer, so make sure not to wait until the day before to get it done.

5 STEPS TO GET AND ACTIVATE YOUR CRIMSONCARD

STEP ONE

STEP ONE

Be prepared:
You will need to show your current IU School of Medicine ID/JagTag or another form of identification (i.e., driver’s license, etc.).

Note: A new photo will be taken for your CrimsonCard.

STEP TWO

STEP TWO

Visit one of these locations:

  • CrimsonCard (formerly JagTag) Office
  • Informatics & Communications Technology Complex (ICTC)

At a regional campus? Sit tight, a CAITS representative will coordinate providing new CrimsonCards.

For addresses and more information see FAQ below.

STEP THREE

STEP THREE

When you arrive at CrimsonCard or ICTC

  • Tell the representative you need the IU School of Medicine multi-function card* (also called triple-technology card)
  • Request the appropriate card layout based on your role (student, faculty, etc.)

*These cards are printed on special card stock to enable access to IU Health facilities.

STEP FOUR

STEP FOUR

If you use your current IU ID to access IU Health facilities, notify IU Health via email that you have a new CrimsonCard so access can be transferred to your new card.

  • Send an email to idcards@iuhealth.org with the subject line “New CrimsonCard”

Include:

  • Name
  • Number from the front left of your old ID (above the bar code)
  • Six-digit number on the back of your CrimsonCard (bottom right)

STEP FIVE

STEP FIVE

Access to IU Health buildings will not immediately transfer to your
CrimsonCard. Your old ID will provide access to your usual areas until the transfer is complete.

Keep your old ID for at least one full business day, or until you’re able to access your assigned buildings with your new card.

PROBLEMS?

PROBLEMS?

If your access is not transferred to your new card after one full business day, contact IU Health Safety & Security at 317-962-3505. (If you call this number after regular business hours or on a weekend, the matter will be addressed the following business day.)

FAQ

There is no cost to obtain a new card if you are replacing your former IU School of Medicine ID/JagTag.

Yes. A new photo will be taken when you get your CrimsonCard.

A CAITS representative will deliver new CrimsonCards to individuals requiring them on a pre-arranged date with the regional campus dean.

No. If you use your current IU ID to access IU Health facilities, you will need to notify IU Health via email that you have a new CrimsonCard so that your access can be transferred to your new card. Below are procedures for emailing IU Health:

  • Send an email to idcards@iuhealth.org with the subject line New CrimsonCard.
  • In the email, include your name, the number from the front left of your old IU ID/JagTag (above the bar code), and the 6-digit number on the back of your CrimsonCard located on the bottom right.

The IU Health access transfer may take up to one full business day unless it is a weekend, in which case it will occur the following Monday. You will be able to access IU Health facilities with your old IU ID/JagTag until the transfer is complete.

Contact IU Health Safety & Security at 317-962-3505. (If you call this number after regular business hours or on a weekend, the matter will be addressed the following business day.)

Yes, this information will transfer to the new card. If you have difficulty, contact the CrimsonCard office at 317-274-0400.

You may obtain your CrimsonCard from the following locations:

  • CrimsonCard (formerly JagTag) o ce, IUPUI Campus Center, Room 217
  • Informatics & Communications Technology Complex (ICTC), Room 129, 535 W. Michigan St.

Hours for each location are available here. You will need to show your current IU School of Medicine ID/JagTag to get your CrimsonCard. If you do not have a current IU School of Medicine ID/JagTag, you will need to provide another form of identification (i.e., driver’s license, etc.).

Note: When you go to the CrimsonCard office or ICTC, be sure to tell the representative you need the IU School of Medicine multi-function card (also referred to as a triple-technology card). These cards are printed on special card stock to enable access to IU Health facilities.

All current IU School of Medicine students, faculty, staff (part time and full time), and affiliates, including residents and fellows, must obtain a CrimsonCard, IU’s new official photo ID card for all campuses.

Please request the appropriate card layout based on your role with IU School of Medicine and indicate which credentials to list, if any. Sample card layouts appear below.

No. You may retain your former IU ID card until you confirm that your new CrimsonCard is activated and provides access to the appropriate buildings at IU and IU Health, if applicable. After that, it will be deactivated, and you may destroy and discard it.