Start of the Semester FAQ
- New First Year Resident Students: Wednesday, September 1st at move-in
- Transfer Resident Students: Thursday, September 2nd at move-in
- Transfer Commuter Students: Friday, September 3rd at check-in
- Returning Resident Students: Sunday, September 5th at move-in
- New PSEO students: You may pick it up in Meyer Hall 124 starting 9/7/21
- New Cohort students: Ries Tower programs (in-person ASBN, BSN, DPT and DMS) will receive their IDs in person at orientation or on the first day of class (check with your program chair for specifics for your program). All other new cohort students (graduate and undergraduate degree completion) will receive their ID via mail by the end of September.
New employees need to submit a photo to us for their campus ID. You can find our photo submission guidelines and instructions on our website here.
Supervisors need to submit an access request form for each new hire. You can find that here (link will download form). Currently we have a 3 business day turnaround for new hire IDs and keys once we receive the photo and access request.
Are you returning to campus for the first time in a while? Stop into Meyer Hall 124 so we can replace your ID if it’s worn out, encode it so your access is active for the next year, and update your expiration sticker. We’re open 8-4:30, M-F to assist with this.
Contracted Faculty of Practice who may need evening availability – please email us at [email protected] so we can work with you directly.
You can find our photo submission guidelines and instructions on our website here.
Has your photo been denied. Here’s a short primer on what we’re looking for.
Photos should be similar to what you would submit for a passport photo. When we are looking to approve or deny a photo we’re checking for the following things:
- Background is a light colored, non-patterned or textured wall (or removed completely).
- File is a Jpg file type (we cannot accept pdf, or png files).
- Subject is positioned directly in front of the camera, looking directly at the camera, and is not wearing anything that could conceal their image. (Glasses and cultural headwraps are ok, ball caps, beanie hats, and sunglasses are not).