Card terms and conditions
ID card terms are presented in University policies as follows:
- Employees: "Terms and Conditions for Campus Identification Card" display in NESSIE New Hire after the home address update.
- Chicago students: The Student Catalog's "Additional Policies Affecting Registration" includes "University Card Terms and Responsibilities."
- Springfield students: The "Registration Terms and Conditions" page lists ID card terms as a student responsibility.
- Urbana students: ID card terms are in Student Code section I-304.
- Visitors and others: Terms are printed on card agreement forms, which must be signed in order to receive an ID card.
University ID card terms
I understand that:
- A University ID card is University property, and I must return it to a campus ID Center when I leave the University or upon request.
- A card is issued to help identify the valid cardholder and is to be presented upon request for securing privileges and services.
- A card is valid only while I am a registered student, active employee or affiliate, or University retiree, or until that card is expired or revoked.
- A card is non-transferable and does not obligate the University of Illinois in any way.
- Altering or intentionally damaging an ID card, using another person's card, or letting another person use my card may result in disciplinary action and/or confiscation of the card.
- Card data, including but not limited to the UIN, card number, and photo, may be used for University purposes.
- If I link a card to my account with a University banking provider, I am releasing my UIN to that bank.
- I am responsible for notifying a campus ID Center immediately if a card is lost or stolen. Also, if a lost or stolen card is linked to my bank account, I am responsible for notifying the bank.
- I am responsible for paying any replacement fee when an ID card is lost, stolen, confiscated, or intentionally damaged.
Phone number disclaimer
By accepting possession of the i-card, cardholder agrees to hold harmless the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, and its officers, employees, representatives, or agents, from and against any claims, damages, costs, expenses, including an amount equal to reasonable attorneys fees, or liabilities, including for loss or damage to any property or for death or injury to any person or persons, arising out of or in any way connected with any incorrect or outdated phone numbers that may be listed on the i-card.