Photo I.D. Badge Office: 041 MacNider Hall, Level G, near Old Clinic elevator
Phone: 919-843-3787 Fax: 919-843-7879
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Most School of Medicine buildings are open during daylight hours, but for after-hours access and entry to restricted laboratories and other facilities, the Planning Office provides electronic door access cards which are programmable, allowing various levels of access to all School of Medicine buildings. You must obtain authorization from your department to be granted after-hours access. Contact the badge office for information about who in your department is able to grant after-hours access.
OBTAINING YOUR I.D. BADGE
Everyone is required to fill out the Photo I.D. Badge Request Form. If you require access to DLAM animal research facilities, please also fill out the DLAM Access Form on the left. For groups of 10 or more people, please schedule your visit in advance to minimize your wait time in our service office.
If you are receiving an I.D. Badge for the first time, please click on the link on the left, Badge Request Form, and follow the steps below:
- Fill out form completely
- Have form signed by your department
- Bring signed form and a picture I.D. to Photo I.D. Office
PLEASE FILL OUT ALL FORMS COMPLETELY TO AVOID PROCESSING DELAYS
ADDING BUILDING ACCESS: Select and fill out the form(s) for the buildings for which you need after-hours access and follow the same steps as above. See forms on the left for various buildings.
RESTRICTED ACCESS: Access to DLAM areas will be provided only when the form is faxed to us from DLAM (see DLAM access form on left). Access to other restricted areas (such as Irradiator Rooms and Select Agent Facilities) will also require additional authorizations.
LOST OR STOLEN BADGES: Please inform the Photo I.D. Badge Office immediately at 919-843-3787 or email@example.com if your badge is lost or stolen, so we can deactivate the badge. This will prevent unauthorized use of your badge.