Getting a Student ID & Parking Pass

If you need a Student ID Card, it is recommended to schedule an appointment with the Registration office before coming to campus.

Current students accepted into Allied Health and Nursing programs who have pictures on file: Instructions will be sent for obtaining the ID cards required for clinicals.


Student ID Requirements 

  • Valid class schedule
  • One form of photo ID

Learn more about Student IDs

Parking Pass Requirements

  • Valid class schedule
  • One form of photo ID
  • Knowledge of vehicle information (make, model, plate, etc.)

Learn more about Parking Passes 



ID Card Appointments

If you need a Student ID Card, we recommend you schedule an appointment with one of our Registration offices before coming to campus. You may also check-in at the drop-in kiosk upon your arrival.

Visit Navigate to Schedule an Appointment

See Registration Hours of Operation


Lost Photo ID Card Replacement

Replacement Student ID Cards are $5 (payable at the Student Accounts office).



Photo ID Card Validation Sticker

Student ID Cards do not expire. However, the Validation Sticker does expire. Keep your Student ID Card and get a new Validation Sticker each semester you are enrolled in classes.

Where to Get a Parking Pass


Parking regulations apply collegewide but vary from campus to campus. A complete set of the applicable regulations is available at the campus Security office.

The parking regulations apply to all constituents: students, staff and visitors. The regulations could not be simpler. Park where designated. Do not park were prohibited or otherwise regulated, such as in handicapped spaces or other specifically designated spots, unless you are permitted to do so and have the proper college placard displayed in your vehicle. Each lot has been designed for maximum efficiency. When a car is beyond a designated space or in an endcap, it is most likely infringing on a thruway for fire or emergency vehicles or buses.

No Permit Displayed
Parking in a Loading Zone
Parking Near a Fire Hydrant or in a Fire Lane
Wrongfully Parking in a Handicapped Spot