UniCard - staff
Once you have returned your contract to HR, apply for your UniCard by emailing email@example.com with your:
- Date of birth
Your UniCard will be posted to your department for your arrival. If you do not receive your card prior to your arrival at University please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and you can collect it from the University Reception the following day.
Please note that it is not possible to issue your UniCard until your employment has commenced.
Lost or broken cards are replaced at a charge of £10 and can be ordered at our online store.
Stolen cards can be ordered and replaced free of charge by contacting email@example.com Please provide your crime reference number in your email.
If you need a replacement card immediately, please come in person to the University Reception between 9am and 5pm
HR will send an application form with your letter of appointment. Please bring the completed form, with a colour, passport size photograph (head and shoulders only) to the Cornwall Card Office in the Peter Lanyon Building when your employment commences.
If you are located away from the Campus, send the form with your photograph to:
Cornwall Card Office,
University of Exeter Cornwall Campus,
Peter Lanyon Building,
or email the application form with a JPEG file attachment of yourself (head and shoulders only) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that it is not possible to issue your UniCard until your employment has commenced.
Individuals who have a work related reason to access University facilities and therefore require a UniCard, should contact their College Dean or Supervisor who will verify their status with the UniCard issuer.
- The UniCard is the property of the University and must be returned to the Student Information Desk (student) or the University Reception (staff) when your employment/course ends.
- You will be required to produce the UniCard when accessing University facilities.
- You should not allow anyone else to use your UniCard.
- Your UniCard will act as your Library Card: users of the Library must comply with Library Regulations.
- Data Protection Act 1998: Personal information held on the UniCard Database will be treated confidentially and will only be used for the purposes of card administration, identity checking purposes and where necessary, shared with other departments in the University to enable members of staff and students to access University services.
Last modified by the Student Information Desk 26 April 2012