ID Wearing Policy

The University considers the student Identification (ID) Card as an important component in the campus security system and is therefore non-assignable.  It is every student’s obligation to help keep the campus safe for everyone by displaying his/her CSU ID visibly and clearly on his/her person at all times while inside the CSU premises.

A.   The following habits are regarded as minor violations in the use of the ID:
       1.    Wearing the ID underneath one’s clothing (shirt, jacket, etc.)
       2.    Carrying the ID inside a personal article, for example, a bag, notebook, or wallet
       3.    Wearing an id that has not been validated for the current semester
B.   The following practices are considered major offenses in the use of the ID (warranting a major disciplinary action)
       1.    Tampering with the ID card
       2.    Using another person’s ID or allowing another person to use one’s id

C.   It shall be the responsibility of the student to report immediately to the Office of Student Affairs and Services (OSAS), the loss of one’s ID to avoid inconvenience.

D.   A student who forgets to bring his/her ID to school must immediately secure a Temporary ID from the OSAS before they engage in any school activity.  Failure to secure a temporary ID will put the student at risk of incurring an irrevocable ID–wearing violation when apprehended by campus security personnel.
E.   Students who lose their id should proceed to the OSAS to check if their ids have been recovered and reported at the Office.  If the id is not found after three (3) days, a student must apply for a replacement id.  A student must follow the procedure in acquiring a new CSU ID card found in the Procedures Section.


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