Policy Name: Use of Identification Cards
Responsibility for Maintenance: Campus Safety and Security
Student ID cards play
an important role in maintaining campus security and are used to control access
to many facilities and student services. The only acceptable form of identification is the identification card issued by the College. Electronic forms of identification are not acceptable alternatives. Students are expected to use their ID
cards for the purposes designated by the College and to refrain from using ID
cards for any improper purpose.
Reason for Policy
This policy is
designed to ensure that student ID cards are used in furtherance of the
purposes for which they are issued by the College.
Applicability of the Policy
This policy applies
to all Onondaga Community College students to whom ID cards are from time to
Title or Position
of ID Cards;
Lost or Stolen ID Cards
||Coordinator of Campus Card Program
The official Onondaga
Community College Student ID card consists of a photo, student number,
signature and bar graph. ID cards are required for access to many buildings and
services including, meals, academic laboratories, materials check-out from the
College library, residence halls and other College related functions.
All students, both
full and part time, are required to carry an official Onondaga Community
College Student Identification Card with them at all times while on campus.
Students may be asked to show their ID cards by any campus official at any
time, and a student may be required to leave the campus if he/she does not produce
his/her ID card upon request and may be referred for a violation of the Code of
Students are strictly
prohibited from (a) permitting other parties to use their ID cards for any
reason, including without limitation access to services or facilities, or (b)
altering or defacing their ID cards for any purposes.
The loss or theft of
a student ID card should be reported immediately to Campus Safety & Security or the Lazer Card desk at Student Central.
Approved by OCC Board
of Trustees April 3, 2006