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.
Visit IUP Dining on the Web.
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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