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Getting & Replacing your UNG ID Card

UNG Card Services locations

Dahlonega: Hoag Student Center, Room 104

Gainesville: Student Center, Room 326

Oconee: Faculty Building, Room 723

Cumming: Second Floor, Room 206

Getting an UNG Card

Your first UNG Card is issued at no cost.

To verify your identity, you must provide one of the following at the time your card is made:

  • United States Driver’s License
  • Military ID
  • Passport
  • Another Student ID

When no photo ID is provided you must comply with the following requirements:

Provide two (2) documents in your name from the following list.

  • Birth Certificate
  • Social Security Card
  • Marriage License
  • Housing Lease
  • Check Book
  • Bank Statement
  • Voter Registration
  • Credit Card
  • Insurance Policy
  • Utility Bill

Lost, Stolen and Replacement Cards

STEP 1: Deactivate your card online, login using your network user name and password, select the Card Services tab at the top of the page. Then select deactivate card. You may contact your UNG Card Services during normal business hours for replacement cards or re-activate if found.

STEP 2: Call 1-800-822-4283 and report your card lost/stolen if you have activated the Money Network Discover account on your card or visit Card Services on your campus immediately to get your card replaced. When calling the 1-800 number, if the card is not present, choose option 2 after selecting the language preference; then press the “*” key to be transferred to a representative.

Replacement card fee is $25.00.

Once a new card is issued, prior cards cannot be re-activated.

Replacing a Damaged Card

No charge will be imposed for the replacement of a card that ceases to function through normal, daily usage. Characteristics not indicating normal usage are broken edges or corners, non-authorized hole punches, and vertical breakage/cracking.

A charge will be imposed for the replacement of a card not indicating normal usage.

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