How to Find Your Student ID
Upon entrance to a college or university, a student identification number is assigned to each student. The student ID is used to schedule classes, enter grades and keep track of financial and academic information. If you have lost or forgotten your student ID, finding it should be a simple task to accomplish. During your student enrollment at a college, community college or university, you are given a student ID number for personal identification and college needs. Some high schools also allow for student ID numbers as well, depending on the enrollment size and public school.
The admissions office is normally the place to find your student ID number, and they also allow for student IDs to be printed and used for financial aid. You can use your student ID in your parent portal, student email address, financial aid self-service, and other student services. It acts as a major form of contact information for each student, as student ID cards are often used for residential spaces, access to classrooms and halls, as well as parking and food services.
The student ID often holds a specific digit number for each student, and often correlates to their date of birth, year in school, postings, or school district. Student records are normally all associated with a student ID number for each student’s access.
1. Photo ID Card
Check your school photo identification card. Most of the time, your student ID can be found on your card.
2. Billing Statement
Locate a billing statement. Schools list student identification numbers on this document for financial records and verification. Typically, it is located on the top, left or right-hand of the statement. During registration, school clerks use these to automatically access your individual account.
3. Registrar's Office
Call the registrar's office or your student adviser to find your student ID. For verification purposes, they will ask for your Social Security Number and other personal information.