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Collecting ID cards

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 here.

UK/EEA Undergraduate students, 

UK/EEA Full-time Postgraduate Taught students, and

Art and Design foundation studies students

You can collect your student ID card from your hall of residence when you move in.

Your arrival date can be found on your accommodation Licence Agreement.

If you are not in hall, you will need to collect your ID card from the James France Building from 12.30pm - 5:00pm on Friday 29 September 2017.

Please bring evidence of your identity and immigration status. You can find more details here.

 

 

UK/EEA Postgraduate Research students

You can collect your ID card from the James France Building from 12.30pm on Friday 29 September 2017. 

If you arrive after this date, you can collect your card from the Student Enquiries Desk in Rutland Building between 9.15am and 4.45pm (Monday-Friday).  There is a delay of two working days between on-line registration and your card being available for collection. 

It is important that you bring your passport with you when you collect your ID card.  If you do not have a passport or European Identity Card, please contact pgresearch@lboro.ac.uk

International students (Research)

You can collect your card from James France, Room 029a from Wednesday 27 September 2017 to Wednesday 4 October 2017.  There is a delay of two working days between online registration and your card being available for collection.

You must bring your passport and visa/BRP when you collect your ID card - more details here..

PGCE students

Student ID cards will be available for collection from the induction meeting.

Teacher Education Unit on Friday 22 September 2017.

You must bring your passport or European Identity Card with you when collecting your ID card. 

Part time postgraduate taught students 

Attend your school/department registration to collect to your student ID cards.

If you register after the published registration date, you will need to collect your ID card from the Student Enquiries Counter

Distance learning students

The relevant school/department will distribute your new student ID card to you.