Access Office

 

The Edinboro University Access Office provides the following services:

  • Issuing and collecting University ID cards
  • Issuing long-range proximity cards
  • Granting electronic access via a University ID card
  • Distributing and collecting physical keys

Edinboro University requires that all students, faculty and staff carry their ID card while on campus. ID cards are required for the following campus activities:

If you have a PSECU bank account, your ID card can also be used as an ATM card.

Students, faculty and staff can obtain a University ID by following the online procedures, or by visiting the Access Office page in my.Edinboro. Appointments can also be made by contacting the Access Office at 814-732-2635 or access_office@edinboro.edu.

Edinboro University alumni can obtain a University ID card which allows you to sign up for a University Fitness and Recreational Facility membership. Your first alumni ID card is free, and replacement cards are $20. ID cards can be obtained through the Edinboro Marketplace.

Click below for additional information about building access and key cards.

Upon move-in, students residing in a residence hall will be provided a room and mailbox key from Residence Life and Housing. Additional information regarding key card access, replacement and fees can be found on the Access Office page in my.Edinboro.

All information regarding key card access, replacement and fees can be found on the Access Office page in my.Edinboro.

Regular Business Hours

  • Contractor/vendor requesting campus building access should  send an email to facilities@edinboro.edu stating the nature of the request. Request for access should be submitted 24 hours in advance. In case of an emergency situation, a phone call to the Faculties Office at 814-732-2826 will be accepted.
  • Information to include in the work order:
    • Name of person responsible for contractor/vendor
    • Phone number of person responsible for contractor/vendor
    • Contractor/vendor company name
    • Contractor/vendor phone number
    • Specific location of area(s) that needs to be accessed
    • Duration of access
    • Purpose of access
  • Contractor/vendor will report to the Facilities Office at 150 Perry Lane to obtain the access device.
  • Prior to obtaining the access device, the contractor/vendor will need to provide the following information:
    • Photo identification
    • Contractor/vendor company name
    • Contractor/vendor name
    • Contractor/vendor cell phone number (while working on campus)
    • Building(s) to be accessed
  • Upon receipt of requested information, the Facilities Office will issue the appropriate access device.
  • Upon completion of the work, the contractor/vendor shall return all access devices to the Facilities Office. Access devices returned after business hours can be returned to the Facilities Office key drop box. At no time is a contractor/vendor authorized to leave the campus with the access devices or keep them overnight.


After Hours

These procedures will be followed for any contractor/vendor that will require access devices outside of normal University business hours.

  • Access will be requested by submitting an email to the University Police at police@edinboro.edu, preferably 24 hours in advance. In emergency situations, a phone call from the requestor to 814-732-2921 will be accepted.
  • Information to include in the request:
    • Requester’s name
    • Requester’s phone number
    • Contractor/vendor company name
    • Contractor/vendor phone number
    • Specific location of the area(s) to be accessed
    • Duration of the access
    • Purpose for the access
  • Contractor/vendor will report to the University Police Department at 911 Scotland Road to obtain the access device.
  • Prior to obtaining the access device, the contractor/vendor will need to provide the following information:
    • Photo identification
    • Contractor/vendor company name
    • Contractor/vendor name
    • Contractor/vendor cell phone number (while working on campus)
    • Building(s) to be accessed
  • Upon receipt of requested information, the Police Department will issue the appropriate access device.
  • Upon completion of the work, the contractor/vendor shall return all access devices to the University Police Department. At no time is a contractor/vendor authorized to leave the campus with the access devices or keep them overnight.


Areas Requiring Supervision

  • For safety and security purposes, the following areas require a University employee to supervise the contractors/vendors:
    • Ross Hall Information Technology Services (ITS) Data Center
    • Frank G. Pogue Student Center Backup Data Center
    • All ITS data closets
    • Cooper Science Center chemical storage rooms & labs
    • Residence hall suites, student rooms and staff apartments (occupied)
    • 214 Meadville Street (Commonwealth House)
    • President’s Office
    • Police Department
    • Facilities Department
    • Bursar’s Office
    • Ghering Health Center
    • Compton Hall basement animal lab
    • Bruce Gallery in Doucette Hall
    • Human Resources and Faculty Relations Office
    • Any office that is known to hold confidential or sensitive materials