Access Credential Device (ACD)- Identifies the holder to an access control system and enables the system to determine the rights and privileges to enter a specific area. Devices may include a card, fob or tag.
C*CURE System- the University’s primary electronic security system software that is used by Access Coordinators to grant access to individuals who request access to a particular area that the Access Coordinator oversees.
Clearance- Refers to a person's approved rights to access a facility.
University Access Controller – The University Access Manager within Physical Security is responsible for overseeing, advising and enforcing the parameters of policy AD68 and SY2001. The University Access Controller is Josh Troxell.