Student Union Thanksgiving Weekend Hours!
Wednesday 11/22/17 Building closes at 4:30
Thursday 11/23/17 CLOSED
Friday 11/24/17 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. ADMISSIONS ONLY
Saturday 11/25/17 CLOSED
Sunday 11/26/17 4 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Eagle ID FAQs (frequently asked questions)
Students … yes. You will need an Eagle ID to access services on campus
Faculty/staff … yes. You will need the new EagleID to access campus buildings after hours and other services.
Students … yes. If you do not have an acceptable photo a new one will need to be taken, otherwise we may only take your photo one time
Faculty/staff … yes. Please visit the card office at 1131 Student Union.
Students … not long. Be sure to bring some form of identification with you, such as driver's license, passport, etc. Once your photo is taken, you will be given your new Eagle ID within a few minutes your photo is snapped!
Faculty/staff …not long. Be sure to bring some form of identification with you, such as driver's license, passport, etc. Those needing a new photo, will have to have the photo taken and the card to be printed.
No. But as in the past, if you lose your card and need a new one, go to 1131 Student Union to get a new card. The replacement cost is $20.
Students …You will be able to use your EagleID for a variety of services, such as:
- dining plans
- Campus Cash
- Maroon Dollars
- library services
- laundry (requires Campus Cash to be added)
- residence hall access (for residents of a hall)
- Recreational Eagle Center
- REC Strength Center
- Vending machines
- MTU city bus free access
- UWL athletic events free access
- Wing Technology
- Voting ID for out of state students
Faculty/staff …. The new Eagle ID will allow:
- Access to certain rooms or buildings on campus
- Ability to check out books in the library
- Spend staff campus cash (needs to be added)
- Staff meal block plans
- Access to special events
Yes for students — the new EagleID can be used as your photo ID for voting in Wisconsin. Wisconsin residents can still use their Drivers License to vote. For others, be sure to note that the eligibility to use the EagleID for voting expires two years after it is issued.
The 2 accounts spend the same in dining locations and coffee shops. The difference is the Maroon Dollars can only be spent at dining locations and coffee shops, Campus Cash can be spent there also, but can also be used for the bookstore, laundry, Pepsi, and printing. Maroon Dollars can not be carried over from semester to semester even if requested, but the campus cash can be.
To have Campus Cash carry over from one academic year to the next, a request does need to be made at the Dining Plan/Card office at 1131 Student Union. The request does not need to be made for fall to spring, this is an automatic.
You can add Campus Cash with a credit/debit card or add to your tuition bill through GET Funds or you can come to the card office at 1131 Student Union with cash, check, or bill to the tuition account. Please remember that the maximum billable amount per semester is $500.00.
The cost to replace a lost or stolen card is $20.00. This is charged to your student bill and can be paid with the tuition bill or it can be paid with cash/check.
There is a $10.00 charge for a broken or damaged card. You do need to bring the broken/damaged card to the card office when you order a new card. This broken/damaged card does need to be the most recent card you have had.
You do need the Eagle ID card with Campus Cash on it to do laundry in the Residence halls. The laundry machines do not take cash.
Yes, but you will be charged for a new ID.
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-LA CROSSE
OFFICIAL IDENTIFICATION CARD PHOTO REGULATIONS
The UW-La Crosse Identification Card is used to authorize the use of campus resources. It serves to verify current student status at UW-La Crosse. The photo that is taken must conform to the following guidelines, consistent with a current United States Passport:
• Photo must be in full-face view directly facing the camera.
• Photo must be taken with a neutral facial expression and both eyes open.
• The photo must present the full head from the top of the hair to the bottom of the chin.
• Hats and head coverings are only allowed if they are worn daily for religious purposes. The full face must be visible and the head covering cannot obscure the hairline or cast shadows on the face.
• Prescription eye glasses worn on a daily basis can be worn for the photo. Tinted glasses may only be worn if they are prescribed for medical reasons. A medical certificate may be required. To avoid glare, tilt glasses downward slightly.
• Uniforms, clothing that looks like a uniform, and camouflage attire should not be worn in photos except in the case of religious attire that is worn daily.
• Headphones, wireless hands-free devices, or similar items are not acceptable to be worn.