IC card types

Below is a list of the various types of Tokyo Institute of Technology IC cards. (For information on how to apply for an IC card, see Applying for an IC card and having an IC card reissued.)

IC card types
Type Used for Issued to Issuing office
Staff ID (1) Accessing the information system and buildings Administrators and full-time staff Human Resources*1
Staff ID (2) Accessing the information system and buildings Part-time staff*2 (not including part-time staff on service contracts) Human Resources*1
Student ID (undergraduate) Accessing the information system and buildings Undergraduate students Student Division
Student ID (master's program) Accessing the information system and buildings Students in master's programs Student Division
Student ID (doctoral program) Accessing the information system and buildings Students in doctoral programs Student Division
Student ID (other) Accessing the information system and buildings Researchers*3 Student Division
Access card*4 Accessing the information system and buildings Visiting scholars, visiting associates, employees*5, part-time staff on service contracts, other individuals deemed to require access cards by a department chief, etc., or individuals applied for by a department, etc. Human Resources*1
Building access card*6 Accessing buildings Building manager The Authentication Authorization System Team
Matrix code table Using specified services Users of specified on-campus and off-campus services Offices responsible for services

Notes (*)

  1. Each campus has a different office responsible for IC card types.
    Ookayama Campus/Tamachi Campus: Human Resources Planning Group, Human Resources Division
    Suzukakedai Campus: Your affiliated department/Group or the Human Resources Group, General Affairs Division
  2. Any individual who has an employment relationship with the Tokyo Institute of Technology but is not a full-time staff member is considered a "part-time staff member" (ex.: research supporters).
  3. Researchers approved by the faculty council as Tokyo Institute of Technology researchers
  4. Access cards must be approved by department chiefs/center directors before being issued.
  5. Any individual who engages in research, etc., at the Tokyo Institute of Technology but conducts his or her primary duties elsewhere (at a different employer) is considered an "employee."
  6. Building administrators are responsible for distributing cards to users.

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Updated: February 14, 2011
Created by: The Authentication Infrastructure System Team

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