At IUPUI, how can I gain access to the extended-hours STC in the ICTC when the building is closed?

To enter the Student Technology Center (STC) on the first floor of the Informatics and Communications Technology Complex (ICTC) at IUPUI after hours or during holiday breaks, you must swipe your Jagtag. The doors to the ICTC are locked at night and during holidays. The only way to enter the building after hours is by using your Jagtag at the Vermont Street entrance.

For everyone's safety, those without Jagtags are not permitted in the IT 131 STC after hours or during holidays, and Technology Center Consultants are not permitted to open the door. In addition, all STCs require you to swipe your Jagtag to release your print jobs, so make sure you have your valid Jagtag with you at all times.

For details about getting a Jagtag, how to deposit funds, and what to do if it's lost or stolen, see Jagtag Frequently Asked Questions.

Note:
Current campus cards, including CampusAccess, Jagtag, UCard, and others, are being replaced by CrimsonCard, the new official photo ID card for all IU campuses. For details, see About CrimsonCard.

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