Upgrade to CrimsonCard by June 30 or lose access

May 10, 2018

The clock is ticking. In just 51 days, all current IU School of Medicine identification cards will be deactivated, denying access to both IU buildings and IU Health facilities (if applicable in Indianapolis). All IU School of Medicine students, faculty and staff (part time and full time), and affiliates, including residents and fellows, must obtain a CrimsonCard, IU’s university-wide identification card, by June 30.

How to obtain your CrimsonCard

Indianapolis: Review these detailed instructions for instructions on replacing your current ID and transferring IU Health access to your new CrimsonCard. This is a multi-step process and may take several days to complete. 

Bloomington: Bring your current IU ID (or a government-issued ID) to a CrimsonCard office, Indiana Memorial Union M090 (main level) or Learning Commons 106. When obtaining your CrimsonCard, be sure to tell the card representative you need the IU School of Medicine multi-function card (also called the triple-technology card). Check out the walk-in hours for Bloomington card offices.

Northwest-Gary: Bring your current IU ID (or a government-issued ID) to the CrimsonCard office, Hawthorn 108. When obtaining your CrimsonCard, be sure to tell the card representative you need the IU School of Medicine multi-function card (also called the triple-technology card). Check out the walk-in hours for the Hawthorn card office

All other IU School of Medicine campuses: Multi-function CrimsonCards for students, faculty and staff will be delivered to your campuses before the June 30 deadline. Watch your email for information about pick-up date and location for your campus.