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.

Loughborough Students

UK/EEA/Swiss nationals

James France Building from 12.30 - 5.00pm on Friday 27 September 2019.

Non-EEA nationals, including those with Indefinite Leave to Remain

Visa Scanning Facility, James France Building, Room 029a from Wednesday 25 September to the morning of Tuesday 1 October 2019. Click here for details about how to book a time

International Fee Status

Visa Scanning Facility, James France Building, Room 029a from Wednesday 25 September to the morning of Tuesday 1 October 2019. Click here for details about how to book a time.

Arrivals after the registration events

If you arrive after the dates listed above you can collect your ID card from the Student Enquiries desk (Rutland Building). Opening times are:

Monday to Thursday: 9.15am - 5.15pm
Friday: 9.15am - 4.45pm

There is a delay of two working days between on-line registration and your card being available for collection. 

You must bring your passport and visa/BRP (where applicable) when you collect your ID card. 

Loughborough London Students

You can register and collect your ID card from the Student Services Office on the ground floor at the London campus.

Registration events are running from Monday 23rd September to Thursday 26th September, 9am to 4pm. Research students are welcome to register at any point during these time slots.

You must bring your passport and visa/BRP (where applicable) when you collect your ID card.

Important information about research degree programmes

Links to information on the administration, structure and requirements of research degree programmes can be found below. These cover important topics including assessment and appeals.