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graphic of ID card"NEW" Studentswill be issued a permanent Identification Card at no charge.

"NEW" Faculty and Staffwill be issued a permanent Identification Card at no charge.

lost, stolen, damaged, SSN or name changewill be charged a fifteen ($15) dollar replacement fee payable at LA Capitol Federal Credit Union. Please bring the receipt with you to the Warhawk ID Services Office as proof of payment.

ID cards shall be surrendered upon request to ϳԹ Police or other university personnel.

ID cards are non-transferable. This means card-bearers must never loan their ID card to anyone else. The ID card will be confiscated from the individual trying to use someone else’s card and returned to the Warhawk ID Services Office as a stolen card.

ALUMNIwill be given an Identification Card for the use at the Intramural Complex when they have presented the proper paper work showing they are a member of the Intramural Complex. The paper work is provided by the complex and is filed in the Warhawk ID Services Office. The Alumnus must turn in their old permanent photo card to receive the NEW Identification Card at no charge. If the Alumnus does not turn in the old photo card they must pay a ten ($10) dollar replacement fee payable at the La Capitol Federal Credit Union, and the receipt is turned into the Warhawk ID Services Office for record keeping and proof of payment.

If anAlumni's spouse or dependentjoins the Intramural Complex and wants to receive an Identification Card, they must present the proper paper work from the complex and pay a ten ($10) dollar fee payable at the La Capitol Federal Credit Union, and the receipt is kept in the Warhawk ID Services Office.

If a spouse of a student joins the Intramural Complex, they must present the proper paper work obtained from the Complex, and they must pay a ten ($10) dollar fee to receive an Identification Card. They must pay the fee at the La Capitol Federal Credit Union and bring the receipt back to the Warhawk ID Services Office for record keeping and proof of payment.

The Warhawk ID Services Office has the responsibility of confirming the identity of applicants prior to the issuance of Warhawk ID cards. All Warhawk ID card applicants must present in isolation or in combination proof of identity deemed satisfactory to Warhawk ID Services Office staff.


Three categories of documents may be presented to establish proof of identity.Every ID card applicant must present:

• one piece of primary identification; or
• one piece of secondary identification plus two pieces of support identification; or
• two pieces of secondary identification

Primary Identification is sufficient by itself and requires no supporting instruments. These instruments must contain the applicant’s complete name and date of birth:

1. current state issued driver license (DL) or state issued identification certificate (ID) with photograph;

2. unexpired passport with photograph;

3. unexpired U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service document with verified date and identifiable photograph;

4. unexpired U.S. Military ID card for active duty, reserve or retired personnel with identifiable photograph.

Secondary Identification is considered recorded governmental documents:

1. original or certified copy of a birth certificate issued by the appropriate State Bureau of Vital Statistics or equivalent agency;

2. original or certified copy of United States Department of State Certification of Birth (issued to United States citizens born abroad);

3. State of Louisiana concealed handgun license with photograph;

4. original or certified copy of court order with name and date of birth;

5. for applicants born before 1961, the following items are acceptable secondary category instruments:
a. original or certified copy of Form DD-214
b. original or certified copy of other state or federal governmental record that states name and date of birth (such as United States records or Social Security records).

Supporting Identification consists of other records or documentsthat aid evaluators in establishing the identity of the applicant. The following list is not all-inclusive. Supervisory personnel may determine that an unlisted document meets the Warhawk ID Service's needs when establishing identity:

1. school records;

2. vehicle title;

3. military records;

4. unexpired military dependant identification card;

5. original or certified copy of marriage license or divorce decree;

6. voter registration card;

7. Social Security card;

8. pilot’s license;

9. concealed handgun license from a state other than Louisiana;

10. Louisiana driver license temporary receipt;

11. expired driver license or identification certificate issued by another state, territory, District of Columbia, or Canadian province within two years of the expiration date.

12. a foreign passport (with or without a United States Visa); and

13. a consular document issued by a state or national government.

Exemption: A signed letter from the Director/Assistant Director for the Office of Admissions or the Registrar’s Office vouching for an individual who will be attending ϳԹ but may be unable to meet the above criteria.


Warhawk ID Attire Policy

REQUIREMENT

• An applicant will not be photographed when it is obvious they are purposely altering their appearance in an effort which would misguide/misrepresent their identity.

An applicant’s face cannot be obscured by any type of garment which includes a scarf, hat, etc.

The photograph may be taken with or without prescription glasses.

An applicant may not wear dark glasses or sunglasses for the photograph.

An applicant will not be considered to be misrepresenting their identity based on the applicant's makeup, clothing or accessories not matching the traditional expectations of an applicant's gender. Makeup is defined as regular everyday cosmetics used by an applicant, regardless of gender, where it is the intent to highlight natural beauty and/or hide blemishes or flaws.

In the event the ϳԹ Warhawk ID office asks for or receives a photograph submitted by an individual, it must adhere to the following guidelines:

Photos submitted to the WIDS office will be reviewed by the staff before printing onto your ID card. Should your photo not meet the listed guidelines you will be notified to your @warhawks e-mail.