Loyola Student Dispatch

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Loyola beefs up security at Corboy Law Center

Posted by loyolastudentdispatch on January 10, 2014

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By Loyola Student Dispatch Staff

Loyola University Chicago will be requiring additional security checks for students, faculty and staff using Corboy Law Center at the school’s Water Tower Campus in downtown Chicago.

Visitors currently have access to the building without having to use their campus ID cards. On Jan.21, a new system will require students, faculty and staff to use their ID cards to gain access to the elevator lobby and classrooms, according to a message from Loyola.

Other buildings at Loyola’s Water Tower Campus already require ID cards for access.

Here is the complete message from the university:

Loyola Community,
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Beginning Tuesday, January 21, 2014, the University will require that you present your Loyola-issued ID card to enter beyond the lobby of the Corboy Law Center. Please be sure to have your ID card on you at all times in order to access the building’s elevators, library facilities, and all classroom spaces. The Office of the Bursar and Campus Card Office, security desk, and shuttle pick-up area will still be accessible without an ID card.
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To aid in this transition, the Campus Card Office at the Water Tower Campus will provide extended hours on Monday, January 13 and Tuesday, January 14, from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Please remember that there is a replacement fee of $25 for lost or damaged ID cards.
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If you have questions about your ID card, the Campus Card Office at the Water Tower Campus can be reached at 312.915.7756.
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