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  1. Once you have fully enrolled into your first year of study, after a 30 minute delay, you can go to  myID to upload a picture and order an ID card to collect at a nominated campus (or have posted...
  2. myID  is a UniSA system that allows you to upload a photo for your UniSA Student ID card. The photo you upload need to meet all of the following criteria; The maximum allowed file size is 2mb...
  3. Student ID cards will expire either yearly or half-yearly, depending on your enrolments. After you have enrolled for the new year, bring your old card back to any Campus Central and we will place a...
  4. Contact  Campus Central as soon as possible so that they can cancel your old ID card. This will stop anyone finding you card from borrowing books or accessing secure areas of the University...
  5. Your photo would have been rejected because it didn't meet the following guidelines: Plain, light-coloured background (e.g. white) Appropriate brightness and contrast with no red eye Consistent...
  6. No. Your new card has new encoding and reference numbers. Please destroy your old card.
  7. Borrowing books New cards takes 24 hours for the information to be downloaded to the library system. If your cards barcode is damaged you will need to get a new card from Campus Central . If it is...
  8. The red ' E ' is short for ENTEXT, meaning 'Entitlement of Extra Time in Exams'. Students who have ENTEXT status are entitled to 10 minutes per hour of extra reading and writing time, and the use of...
  9. Security access to the computer pools on your home campus is automatically added to your student ID card at time of printing. You will need to visit Security who will issue you a pin number to use in...
  10. Students who are enrolled with a program offered through the University of South Australia. Open Universities Australia (OUA) students, who study courses with UniSA, are not eligible for a UniSA ID...