All SUID holders
Syracuse University Identification Cards (ID) are the property of Syracuse University and their use is governed by the University in its sole discretion. The ID card is nontransferable; lending the ID card to anyone for any purpose is prohibited and may result in disciplinary action. ID cards must be surrendered to University officials, including campus security personnel, upon request; failure to comply may result in disciplinary action.
Student ID’s are valid for matriculated full or part-time students at Syracuse University, must be carried at all times, and must be presented for admission or access to various University activities and facilities. Upon leaving Syracuse University, the student ID card is no longer valid.
Employee ID’s are valid for regular full or part time Benefits Eligible Employees during the period of employment with and in retirement from Syracuse University. Employees/retirees must present a valid ID card for admission or access to various University activities and facilities and when applying for employee/retiree discounts associated with it, including selected athletic and cultural events and certain SU Bookstore purchases. Upon termination of employment (except for retirement), ID cards must be returned to the employee’s immediate supervisor.
Upon request and for a small fee, spouses, domestic partners, dependents of employees and students may be provided an ID card that will enable them to access certain University services and facilities. A valid ID card must be presented for admission or access to various University activities and facilities and when applying for discounts associated with it, including certain SU Bookstore purchases. ID cards are also available for foster children of eligible employees. The foster parent must present a letter from the Department of Social Services indicating the child has been placed with the foster parent. Foster child ID cards will expire after a defined period, but may be renewed if the placement is extended.
Links to Procedures and Related Information
Amended: May 2011
Date: August 2006
Date: February 2012