Collecting your Student ID Card
Your ID card will provide access to the Library and other facilities for those students on campus. Please be advised that the guidance below is subject to change so please check this page and your email regularly for the latest information.
When collecting your student ID card you will need to show us your email inviting you to collect your card, either on your phone/electronic device or you can print it out. This is because the email displays your student ID number which we will need to see. Your student ID number is a 9 digit number which, for new students starting in 2021, starts with '21' e.g '212345678'.
Please also ensure that you are either fully or temporary enrolled before attempting to collect your ID card. Guidance on how you can check your enrolment status can be found in our FAQ titled 'How do I know when I am enrolled / when will I be enrolled?'.
When and Where
You can collect your ID card from the Mile End Campus. The location differs depending on whether you are on an undergraduate/postgraduate taught programme (e.g. Bachelor's, Undergraduate Associate, Master's, Postgraduate Certificate etc.) or postgraduate research programme (e.g. PhD, Research Associate etc.). Please read on for guidance.
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught Students:
You will be able to collect your ID card from the Student Enquiry Centre (SEC). No appointment is necessary but please check the SEC website for opening hours. SEC is located in CB01 (Ground Floor), Queens' Building, Mile End Campus (building 19 on the map).
Postgraduate Research Students:
You will be able to collect your ID card from the Research Degrees Office (RDO). No appointment is necessary but please check the RDO website for opening hours. The RDO is located in 213 (Second Floor), Graduate Centre, Mile End Campus (building 18 on the map)
Please note that for security reasons we do not post ID cards.