As part of the University’s integrated physical security systems, the campus access control services include the following:
Clearance Code, Door Schedule, Logical Device and Configuration Management: facilitating requests for FredCard access for individuals to interior and exterior doors within residential and academic buildings; facilitating automated lock and unlock schedules for interior and exterior doors; passage mode configurations; and logical device management.
Security Compliance Reporting: developing and managing the security compliance reporting program.
End User Documentation: web content, UPD operations manual, MAPS administration, policies and procedures.
Campus-wide (students, employees, guests, affiliates, contractors and vendors)
Clearance Code Management: facilitating requests, verifying approvals, configuring and managing clearance codes for groups or individuals to access via their FredCard or PIN interior and exterior doors within residential and academic buildings.
Door Schedule Management: facilitating requests, verifying approvals, configuring and managing time zones for automated locking and unlocking for interior and exterior doors.
Logical Device and Configuration Management: passage mode configuration and logical device management.
Security Compliance Reporting: developing and managing the security compliance reporting program for building access control coordinators and University Police staff.
End User Documentation: development and management of web content, UPD operations manual, MAPS administration, policies and procedures.
The requirements for using this service included the following:
approval from department head to be designated a building access control coordinator which provides capacity to submit access control requests and door schedules.
valid and active FredCard (iclass) with access control privileges.
Rates / Cost of Use
FredCard are issued to campus wide constituents free of charge however, replacement cards cost $25.00 each.
Changes to the service (transition, additions, and discontinuations) must be reviewed by TAC and approved by the Service Manager (CIO) and Cabinet. Changes to the configurations, software, hardware or business procedures are reviewed monthly by the campus Security Systems Team. Users are notified via email and phone calls of changes.