Campus Access Control System (CACS Doors)
The Campus Access Control System (CACS) is a keyless entry system. CACS Doors are equipped with an electronic unit programmed to lock and unlock doors on a time schedule. When the doors are locked, individuals may gain access using their TigerCard which contains a prox chip identifying the cardholder to the panels in the building. Doors will unlock if the cardholder has the appropriate clearance code.
Although most buildings on campus are secured by CACS, some buildings are still secured by a traditional lock and key system.
The following articles provide more detail on CACS services and processes: