About Aurora University student photo ID cards:
- ID cards are issued initially and valid each term the student is enrolled.
- Once ID cards are issued, they are valid each term the student is enrolled.
- The ID cards are necessary to get a parking permit, check books from the library, cash a check, dine in the cafeteria, access FERPA protected information and do a host of other things on campus.
- There is a $35 replacement charge for lost or damaged cards for resident students. Non-resident students will be charged a $25 replacement fee for lost or damaged cards.
During the school year, photo IDs can be made at Campus Safety (1408 Southlawn) between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. seven days a week. You will need a driver's license or another photo ID as proof of identification and proof of your student ID number. Resident students must also have a proxy form signed by a residence hall director.