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Overview

UW-Green Bay University ID Photo station

Where Can You Get Your ID Card?

Visit the University Ticketing & Information Center in the University Union on the main UW-Green Bay campus or visit the Center for Academic & Student Engagement (CASE) desk located in your Marinette, Manitowoc or Sheboygan campus library.
 

About the University ID Card

UW-Green Bay Students, Faculty, and Staff are issued a University ID card as part of their ongoing relationship with the University. The University ID card is the official UW-Green Bay identification and should be carried with you or be readily available to you while on any UW-Green Bay campus. On the main campus, you will be asked to present your University ID card to access select buildings and classrooms. Your University ID card also gives you access to your University accounts, and allows you to gain access to campus services. For more information, see the Student ID Card Policy (word doc).  For information regarding using your University ID card to vote, see the Voter ID Policy.

This card is the property of UW-Green Bay, and serves as your official University identification card. It should be carried at all times, as it is required to access many University buildings, grounds and services. This card is non-transferable and fraudulent use or alteration warrants confiscation and/or disciplinary action.

What is Your Student ID?

Your UW-Green Bay University ID card serves multiple purposes including:

  • University identification card
  • Valid Voter ID
  • Debit account for on campus purchases (main campus only)
  • Debit account at select off-campus locations
  • Library card
  • Door access card for on campus housing, select campus classrooms and computer labs (main campus only)
  • Pass to attend regular season Green Bay Phoenix athletic events and UW-Green Bay Music Performances (main campus students only)
  • Access card for the Kress Events Center (main campus students only)

How to Get Your University ID Card

Go to the University Ticketing & Information Center in the University Union on the main UW-Green Bay campus or visit the Center for Academic & Student Engagement (CASE) desk located in your Marinette, Manitowoc or Sheboygan campus library to get your card. Your University ID card will be valid throughout your entire academic or employment career at UW-Green Bay.  You will also be signing an ID card holder's rights and responsibilities agreement.

1. Present Photo ID

Your Student ID Card will display your preferred name on the front of the card, and your legal name on the backside.  The legal name is needed to meet the requirements for a Voter Photo ID as well as UW-Green Bay Legal or Preferred Identity Practices. When receiving a University ID card, you must present one of the following valid methods of photo identification:

  • US/Foreign Passport or Passport Card
  • US State Driver’s License or State Identification Card
  • US Military Identification Card, including Military Dependent’s ID Card
  • US Coast Guard Merchant Marine Card 

2. Payment for a University ID

  • Newly-admitted students may obtain their initial University ID card for a cost of $10.00. However, all incoming first year and transfer students will have their $10.00 card printing fee built into the GB Orientation Fee or Transfer Student Fee and will not be required to pay the initial ID card fee.
  • UW-Green Bay Faculty and Staff can obtain their ID card at no cost, as part of their employment identification.
    Replacement ID Cards: A non-refundable $15 fee is charged for all replacement ID cards.

3. Be Prepared to Take a Photo for Your University ID:

This will be your main form of identification on any campus and you may use your Student ID daily. We want you to look good, so here’s some tips:

  1. You don’t have to dress fancy; your normal clothes will be just fine.
  2. Your face needs to be clearly visible in the photo, and cannot be covered.  Remove wireless devices and headphones. 
  3. No hats, bandanas, or other head wear should be worn with exception to any religious clothing that is worn daily, including headpieces.
  4. Uniforms should not be worn in the photo with exception to law enforcement, military personnel, and University Dining Services.
  5. Prescription glasses are allowed, but the lenses cannot be darkened or create a glare in the picture.
  6. Please keep your hands away from your face and out of the view of the camera.
  7. Smile big!