Collecting your ID card

When you arrive on campus, you will need to collect your new student ID card to complete the registration process and officially enrol at Loughborough University. Your new student ID card will provide access to buildings across the campus, including the library, halls of residence and the Students’ Union. It also proves your student status.

Student ID card collection points

When you collect your ID card, you will need to provide evidence of your identity and immigration status. You can find more details on how to confirm your identity here

Programme TypeHome Fee StatusInternational Fee Status
  UK/EEA/Swiss nationals Non-EEA nationals, including those with Indefinite Leave to Remain All nationalities and visa types
Art and Design
Foundation
Studies
Your hall of residence* or the James France Building from 12.30 - 5.00pm on Friday 28 September 2018 Visa Scanning Facility, James France Building, Room 029a from Wednesday 26 September to the morning of Tuesday 2 October 2018. Click here for details about how to book a time. Visa Scanning Facility, James France Building, Room 029a from Wednesday 26 September to the morning of Tuesday 2 October 2018. Click here for details about how to book a time
Undergraduate As above As above As above
PGCE PGCE Induction Meeting, Teacher Education Unit on Friday 21 September 2018 As above As above
Full-time
Postgraduate
Taught
Your hall of residence* or the James France Building from 12.30 - 5.00pm on Friday 28 September 2018 As above As above
Part-time
Postgraduate
Taught
Your School registration event Your School registration event Your School registration event
Postgraduate
Research
James France Building from 12.30 - 5.00pm on Friday 28 September 2018 Visa Scanning Facility, James France Building, Room 029a from Wednesday 26 September to the morning of Tuesday 2 October 2018. Click here for details about how to book a time Visa Scanning Facility, James France Building, Room 029a from Wednesday 26 September to the morning of Tuesday 2 October 2018. Click here for details about how to book a time.
Distance Learning
Students
Your School will distribute your student ID card to you. 

 

The EEA contains the UK and other EU member states, plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.

*Click here for your arrival date. If you arrive after this date, your card will be available for collection from the James France Building from 12.30 - 5.00pm on Friday 28 September 2018 or the Student Enquiries Counter in the Rutland Building from Monday 1 October 2018 onwards.

Further information