ID Badges & Building Access
Please be aware that our School of Medicine (SOM) buildings remain open with exterior access from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. as of Monday, January 10, 2022.
This access condition requires SOM badge access permissions in the weekday evenings between 5 p.m. and 7 a.m., and all day on the weekends.
Obtaining Your SOM ID Badge
***THE SOM PHOTO ID OFICE REMAINS CLOSED TO WALK-INS. ALLOW A 2-WEEK LEAD TIME FOR BADGE REQUESTS AND DELIVERY.
The Planning Office provides electronic door access badges that are programmable, allowing various levels of access to all School of Medicine buildings, as well as to spaces that are specific to your role. Please refer to the current SOM Photo ID Badge Request Procedure for all requirements and delivery options (see link on left).
For a new badge or changes to a current badge, use the Photo ID Badge Form (see link on left).
- Fill out online badge request form completely.
- Form must have authorized signature from your Department.
- Have the Department head or designee email the signed form + passport quality color photo (solid neutral background, no outdoor photos or scenery) to the Photo ID Badge Office. Photos must be in JPG, PNG, or PDF format.
PLEASE FILL OUT ALL FORMS COMPLETELY TO AVOID PROCESSING DELAYS.
Restricted Access: Access to Comparative Medicine, Irradiator Rooms, Select Agent Facilities, and other restricted areas may require additional authorizations. Please contact your department’s business officer for more information.
Adding Building Access to Your Badge: For badge access to additional buildings, use the Photo ID Badge Form.
After-Hours Access: For after-hours access for a one-time event, click After-Hours Access on the left.
Lost or Stolen Badges: Please inform the Photo ID Badge Office ASAP.
When Your Employment Ends: Please return your badge to the Photo ID Badge Office by mail or contact the Photo ID Office for instructions.
School of Medicine Photo ID Badge Office:
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
060 MacNider Hall, Level G