To schedule an appointment for the Academic ID Office in the next 30 days, navigate to Academic ID Card Information, upload your photo, submit the application requesting an ID and then select a preferred appointment time slot.
Spring 2021 Students Moving On-Grounds - If you do not have a UVA ID card, and have not yet submitted a photo to the ID Office, you should do that as soon as possible at idoffice.virginia.edu/photo-submission. Your Academic ID card will be available for pick-up the day of your scheduled move-in. You will need to pick-up your ID in advance of your time slot for move-in from the ID Office, located at 525 McCormick Road in the OHill Dining Hall. The ID Office is open 8 am - 5 pm, M-F. There is short-term parking directly adjacent to the ID Office. Please remember to bring a valid government-issued photo identification (driver's license, passport, or US military ID) to obtain your UVA ID. No appointment is necessary for Spring Move-In IDs.
Student ID Cards
A University of Virginia Student is eligible for a University Student ID Card if they are enrolled in a degree program or a summer session program. There is no fee charged for the initial ID card. The privileges associated with the ID card are based on tuition and comprehensive fees paid by the student.
Students in the School of Medicine and the School of Nursing who need access to medical facilities are provided a UVA Health ID Badge by the UVA Health ID Badge Office. Call 434-982-4009 or email for more information.
All ID cards are the property of the University of Virginia and are provided for appropriate use for identification and access to services on-Grounds. The ID card is not transferable and is valid as long as the holder continues his/her specific affiliation with the University of Virginia. Any misuse, alteration or fabrication of the ID card will subject the holder to disciplinary action by the University.
A valid government issued photo identification is required to obtain your University ID card. Forms of ID include U.S. Driver’s License issued by DMV, U.S. Identification Card issued by DMV, U.S. Permanent Resident/U.S. Department of Homeland Security/U.S. Green Card, Passport book or a U.S. Military ID Card. Note: Driver's License's stamped "void" and Passport "cards" are unable to be accepted. See here for Information on obtaining a U.S. Driver's License or U.S. Photo Identification card from DMV. Important: The name on your government issued photo identification must match the name in the University's database exactly. The Office of the University Registrar can assist with needed name changes.
Lost or Replacement Student ID Cards
It is important to immediately report a lost or stolen University ID card to protect your accounts and privileges.