May We See Your ID?
If you’re a faculty or staff member, here’s what you need to know about Pace’s ID Card Offices, receiving your ID, requesting a replacement ID, and more.
From building access to dining, and from events admission to discounts, your Pace ID is one of them most important things for you to have while on campus. With the start of the fall semester coming up soon, we’ve made some changes to the ways you receive your ID card and how you can request a replacement.
First and foremost, no one will be allowed inside of any Pace ID Card Office to snap a new photo, so make sure that when you upload your image, you make it a good one.
What Else Should I Know?
>> All incoming new hire employees will be required to electronically upload photos prior to arriving on Pace’s campuses. These changes will be communicated during summer Orientation sessions, included in new student communications, and Human Resources’ communications to new staff and faculty.
>> All returning students, staff, or faculty who have lost or misplaced their ID Card will be required to submit a HelpDesk ticket or email firstname.lastname@example.org prior to returning to campus to request a replacement. Replacement cards will be pre-printed and available for pick-up at the onset of the fall semester or resumption of activities on campus.
For information about ID Card Office locations and hours, uploading your ID image, and much more, visit the Auxiliary Services website.
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