College Photo IDs are issued to:
All credit students that have registered and applied anyamount of payment towards the term’s tuition (including paid in full, enrolledin FACTS payment plan, or received approval for financial aid and/or loanpayment).
Eligible Continuing Education and Training (CET) students. Students who are enrolled in a program of 100 hours or more may be eligible for issuance of a photo ID with the permission of the CET Program Coordinator and Vice President of Continuing Education.
All Student ID’s are processed by Library Staff.
Additional individuals may be deemed eligible for a photo ID with the written approval of the President or a Vice President of the College.
All benefit eligible employees of Carroll Community College are required to have a photo ID. Temporary employees and adjunct faculty are eligible to have a college photo ID. Employee ID’s are processed by Human Resources.
The Photo ID Office is located in Room L183 on the main level of the Library in the Learning Resource Center. There is no cost for the initial college photo ID. A valid photo ID, such as a current driver’s license or passport, is required to receive your college photo ID. Headwear (except religious) and sunglasses are not permitted for the ID photograph. Only one photograph is taken per person.
Your instructor will contact the photo ID office and arrange a day/time for your class to come and obtain your ID. Please bring your driver’s license or another form of photo id. *designated 100+ non-credit courses and classes requiring field placement
If a photo ID card is lost, stolen or damaged, students may purchase a replacement. Replacement cards are only issued to eligible credit students.* To obtain a replacement photo ID, pay $5.00 fee at the Business Office and bring the receipt to the Photo ID Office (L183) in addition to a valid photo ID, such as a current driver’s license or passport, and current course schedule.
Free student parking is available without parking passes.
Alternatives for Saving Gas
Standard, internet-accessible personal computers are sufficient for
Carroll’s classes. A high-speed connection is strongly encouraged, and
mandatory for success in online classes.
Carroll provides computer labs with more than 450 computers, and free Wi-Fi is available throughout the campus.