To ensure campus safety, all individuals requesting any form of Redhawks ID are required to submit documentation.
For Students, you must present a couple of the following forms of identification prior to receiving your Redhawks ID:
Note: in order to obtain a Redhawks ID card, you must be enrolled in at least one credit hour or be participating in a New Student Programs Transfer Orientation or First Step Orientation.
Students should be posed in front of a light colored wall or background and should hold in front on them a sheet of paper printed clearly with the following information:
If you are planning a trip to the Cape Girardeau campus with your class, we would be happy to schedule with you a time for you to visit our Redhawks Card Services staff so that we could make the Redhawks Card(s) in person. We are located on the 3rd Floor of the University Center. Please see below for contact information to schedule a visit.
If one of your students would like to come in person, we would need him/her to present a letter outlining the following information for us to issue a Redhawks Card:
University Faculty and Staff will be supplied with an identification card upon employment with the University. There is no charge for the card and the faculty or staff member will not be charged for any damaged or lost Redhawks Cards. If you are a new employee and have completed your paperwork with Human Resources or the Provost’s office, you will need to visit our office with the Human Resources/Provost’s memo authorizing our office to issue a Redhawks Card. Please remember to bring photo identification with you so we may verify your identity.
Information and ID Services has several standard badges on file that your department may choose from to identify your staff on campus. The standard charge for department badges is $10 per badge. Your office will need to supply a memo authorizing the creation of the badge, supply the information of the person receiving the badge, and an account number. Redhawks Card Services reserves the right to deny the creation of badges based on the intended use.