Students require a current UTAS ID card to verify their identity for enrolment and examination purposes and to utilise Library and printing services. UTAS will provide a Student ID card to each student free of charge each academic year. There is a $5.00 charge to replace lost or damaged cards.
For information about privacy provisions and cultural considerations, see Declaration Information below.
In most cases your card can be produced 48 hours after you add your units online, or after the Student Centre processes your form in the case of Special programs. For a full-time card you need to complete your enrolment for both semesters 1 and 2.
Please obtain an ID card at the locations and times shown here, there will be emphasis on producing cards for commencing students during this period.
If you have an ID card from last year, we request that you continue using that card until closer to its expiry date, allowing new students to collect a card in Orientation Wek or week 1 of semester. ID cards for 2014 are produced in the Student Centre throughout the year and will be readily available for you outside of the specific printing sessions indicated on this page. If you have an existing ID card, then the same photo will be used on any subsequent cards printed.
ID Card session dates and times for 2014 are listed below. Check for your nearest session. Please bring some photo identification (eg driver’s licence, last year’s card) and your student identification number (as shown on your letter of offer) when you come to get your card.
NB – Student Centre will be providing a local collection service for continuing students at some remote study centres. Cards will be produced from the existing photo and sent for local collection to the centre, eg Hobart, Launceston and NW Clinical Schools; School of Medicine, Hunter St and Inveresk. You will be advised by email if this service is available at your centre.
The University of Tasmania collects stores and uses information, including student images, for the purpose of administration of the student's enrolment and progress in their study, the provision of other services to the student by the University and to comply with the Higher Education Support Act 2003. Student images (photographs) are collected and stored for the purpose of:
Authorised by the Executive Director, Student Centre
31 October, 2013