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When you arrive to get your Miner ID Card, you will be asked to show a valid (not expired) form of government issued photo identification. Valid forms of photo ID include: military ID, state issued ID, driver's license and passports. Your ID photo must be an original photo taken in the Miner ID Office. We do not accept other photos. To ensure campus safety, it is against policy for us to issue cards unless one of these forms of identification is presented. You should treat your Miner Card with the same care as you would an ATM or credit card. If your ID gets lost or stolen, you will be responsible for replacing it.
Immediate payment is required upon getting your ID processed. We accept the following forms of payment:
You may not get a new ID on behalf of another student, staff, faculty or alumni. Due to security reasons, we process Miner Cards only when the person is present.
If you are a new employee, visiting scholar or a post doctoral fellow, you must follow these procedures to obtain your ID:
1. Request your department fill out an IOF Form (for department billing) showing your name, employee number, employment status (full or part-time) and billing information (moCode & PeopleSoft account number).
Everyone who is issued a Miner Card has their photo taken for their card. We do not accept outside photos for your Miner Card. Our photo policy is as follows:
Lost or found Miner Cards should be reported promptly to the Miner Card ID Office located in 109 Centennial Hall. Please contact Regina Zeigenbein at 573-341-7045 or email email@example.com. The liability for meals and other charges to lost cards remains active until the account is deactivated. The fee for replacing a lost or stolen ID is $15. When your new ID is processed, you will have to wait 45 minutes for your card to update in the system.
The Miner Card ID office will only issue one card type to users with multiple roles (student, staff, alumni, dependent, etc.). In the event that a staff member is a student, he/she must decide between a staff or student card type. In the event that a dependent is also an alumni, he/she must decide between a dependent or alumni card type, etc. S&T does not allow for a user to hold multiple active cards.