Last chance to upgrade to CrimsonCard; deadline is this Saturday

June 28, 2018

This Saturday, June 30, all current IU School of Medicine identification cards will be deactivated, denying access to IU buildings. To help with last-minute CrimsonCard requests, some locations will offer extended hours this weekend.

Where to obtain your CrimsonCard this week
Bring your current IU ID (or a government-issued ID) to one of these offices and tell the card representative you need the IU School of Medicine multi-function card (also called the triple-technology card).


  • CrimsonCard (formerly JagTag) Office, IUPUI Campus Center, Room 217
    • 8 am-5 pm, today through Saturday, June 30
    • 11 am-5 pm, Sunday, July 1
  • Informatics & Communications Technology Complex (ICTC), 535 W. Michigan St., Room 129 
    • 8 am-5 pm, today through Saturday, June 30
    • 11 am-5 pm, Sunday, July 1

(Note: Regular card services office hours, 8 am-5 pm, will resume Monday, July 2, with both locations closed on Wednesday, July 4.)  


  • CrimsonCard Office, Indiana Memorial Union (M090, main level)
    • 8 am-5 pm, Monday-Friday
  • Learning Commons 106 (Herman B Wells Library)
    • 8 am-10 pm, Monday-Thursday
    • 8 am-5 pm, Friday
    • Noon-5 pm, Saturday
    • 1-10 pm, Sunday


  • CrimsonCard Office, Hawthorn 108
    • 7:30 am-7:30 pm, Monday-Thursday
    • 7:30 am-5 pm, Friday 
    • No weekend hours are available.

Transferring IU Health Access
In addition to getting a CrimsonCard, those in Indianapolis with current card access to IU Health facilities must transfer their existing access permissions to their new card. Replacing your current ID and transferring IU Health access to your CrimsonCard is a multi-step process and may take more than a week to complete.