ID CARD SERVICES
BAY TREE BOOKSTORE BUILDING
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00AM-5:00PM
This is your one ID card for your entire time here at UC Santa Cruz and must be carried with you at all times. It serves as your primary identification, as well as provides you access to the variety of services listed below.
Please take care not to bend or lose your card.
Your new student ID number is printed on the right side of your card.
Replacement cards $20.00 (Lost/Stolen)
Exchange cards $5.00* (Damaged/Broken or Change of Name, College, Photo)
* You must present old card at time of service.
Payment is by cash or check only.
Santa Cruz County Metro Bus Pass: Get the validation sticker every quarter at your Academic Advising Office if you are a continuing student. If you are a new student, your ID card will already have the sticker when you receive it from the Housing Office.
Recreation Facilities Pass: Entrance problems go to the Administration Office, second floor of the East Field House.
Library Card: UPC code on the right side of your ID card is your library checkout number.
Food Service/Flexi-Dollar Card: Contract Office is in Room 104, Hahn Student Services Building.
CARING FOR YOUR DOOR ACCESS PROXIMITY CARD
Your student ID card contains a coiled wire that acts as both a receiving and transmitting antenna. The reader contains a transmitter and receiver and generates a low-frequency magnetic field. When the card is brought within proximity of the reader's magnetic field, the voltage to the antenna powers the integrated circuit. This causes the tag to transmit the ID code to the reader. The entire process occurs in less than a quarter second.
- 1. DO NOT PUNCH HOLES IN YOUR PROXIMITY CARD.
- 2. Bending, crumpling, or pounding of your proximity card will damage it.
- 3. Do not put your proximity card in the washing machine.
- 4. Avoid exposing your card to extreme temperatures, including on the dash or inside of your car.
REPORT LOST CARDS IMMEDIATELY!
It is the cardholder's responsibility to report lost cards immediately to the Housing Office so we may deactivate the card and protect the residents of the building!