Due to recommendations for COVID-19, the I-Card Office is closed to the public until Monday, August 17.
If you are an incoming freshman who sent in their Banner ID number and photo, you will receive your card when you check in for Move-in Day on campus. All others will need to wait until Monday, August 17, to conduct in-person business.
For any card or vending questions/concerns, please either email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 724-388-5458.
At orientation, each new student is issued an I-Card with an individual Banner ID number and a unique ABA number.
Once the card is validated, students swipe the card to gain access to:
For general information about the I-Card, please email email@example.com.
If your I-Card has an expiration date on the back, this is to make your card a valid photo ID for voting purposes only. If you need to use your I-Card as an ID to vote, please come to the I-Card Office if the expiration date
has expired. If not, as long as you are enrolled/active within the university, your card is valid and does not need replaced or renewed.
Starting fall 2019, each student will be charged an annual $15 I-Card fee on their student bill. Their first replacement card during the academic year will be free of charge. After the first replacement card, any additional replacement cards
will be $15 and must be paid up front at the I-Card Office.
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I-Cards can function as ATM cards through IUP’s banking partner, PNC. Students will need to open an account with PNC and ask for their I-Card to be activated as their ATM card for the account.
For more information on using your I-Card as a PNC ATM card, please call PNC at 724-465-5582 or visit the PNC website.
Use GET Funds to add money to your Crimson Cash account.
I-Card holders can add money to their accounts through the GET Funds web portal.
Find information on how to access and add funds to your I-Card vending account online.
In addition to adding online via credit or debit card, funds may also be added by cash or check at either the I-Card Office or the
Office of the Bursar
Crimson Cash may be used for vending and purchases on campus:
The best part? Crimson Cash NEVER expires! Whatever you don’t use one semester will be waiting to be used the next semester.
Crimson Cash Refund Procedures
Note: There is a $5 per year inactive account fee assessed to this account.
Pay for parking at the pay-by-space machines using your Crimson Cash account. Just add funds then swipe your I-Card.
Buy your textbooks using Crimson Cash at the
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