A federal district court has ruled that Indiana University’s practice of tracking students’ location using their school-issued identification cards in the midst of a hazing investigation did not constitute an unreasonable search.

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana determined that the university was within its rights to keep tabs on students’ whereabouts using information pulled from their university-owned student identification “CrimsonCards,” which grant students access to campus buildings and also serve as their meal tickets.