Student IDs are available for your official identification as a Virginia Western Community College student. All students are encouraged to get a free Student ID in order to access benefits and services. Students can visit either Brown Library or Chapman Hall to obtain an ID.
Student IDs are available on a walk-in basis only, no appointments needed. Students who are taking 100% virtual classes may schedule a virtual appointment by emailing Lacey Carey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To obtain a photo Student ID, please bring the following to the Student ID office:
- Government issued proof of identification (Driver’s License, DMV ID, Passport, Military ID, High School ID)
- EMPL ID number
- Copy of your schedule for the current academic term (print or electronic copy).
Student IDs are not required to attend classes, and can be obtained throughout the semester during open office hours. The first Student ID is free of charge for all students.
Returning students with a Student ID Card should bring the card and a copy of their schedule (print or electronic copy) to get an ID Validation Sticker for the current academic term. Without this sticker, the card is invalid.
Returning students who have had a gap in enrollment must use the first card issued and are subject to the replacement policy.
A $5 replacement fee will be charged for any lost or stolen cards. Please pay the fee to the Cashier’s Office and bring the receipt to the Student ID Office to show proof of payment. Students may retake a photo at this time, if needed. Damaged or excessively worn cards will be reissued at no cost.
Students who have had a gap in enrollment of two years or more will have the replacement fee waived.
The Student ID card is not transferable to another person. Students may be subject to disciplinary action for lending a Student ID card to someone else, possessing more than one Student ID, and attempting to use a card of another individual.
The Student ID card is used on campus for the Virginia Western Fitness Center, Brown Library, and to use the Valley Metro bus service for students. The Student Activities Office does not keep a list of available Student ID Discounts, but encourages students to ask a business if student discounts are available. Frequently, entertainment venues and retail shops will offer student discounts.
If you have additional questions about IDs, please email Natasha Lee at email@example.com.
Student Life Center S307
Hours of Operation
Fall 2023 Semester:
Fitness Center (1st Floor): 9 AM – 6 PM, Monday – Friday. Closed Saturday – Sunday.
Student Activities & Food Pantry (3rd Floor): 9 AM – 5 PM, Monday – Friday.
The above hours are subject to change based on the campus events schedule.
All posted hours exclude holidays and school closings.
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