T-Ducks in a Row #136 – Key Card Access Control System Change

WHAT?  A new key card access control software will be installed replacing the existing key card access control software.

WHEN? The key card access control system migration process will begin on Monday, July 8, 2019.

WHO?  Campus Police will now assume complete responsibility for all key card access requests processing, distribution, and monitoring.

HOW?  Securadyne Systems, the security system vendor, will handle the migration process from the existing software to the new software.  This migration will take approximately 21 days, and during this migration period, No new key cards will be issued for access.

THEN WHAT?  When Campus Police notifies the college that the system migration is complete, key card access requests must then be submitted to College Police, not to Facilities Services.

HOW ELSE?  Facilities Services is currently changing the Key/Key Card Request Form on SchoolDude to state that key card access requests must be made through Campus Police.  However, Facilities Services will continue to process key requests through SchoolDude, and will continue to make and distribute physical door keys.

WHERE?  Previous editions of T-Ducks in a Row may be found at richlandcollege.edu/tdr