Moraine Valley students are required to have a photo identification card to use certain college facilities, such as the library, Testing Center and computer labs, and to take advantage of certain savings, such as discounts for Fine and Performing Arts Center events and to obtain a student rate at the Health, Fitness and Recreation Center.
Students enrolled in noncredit courses do not need a photo identification card unless required by their instructor.
How to Get Your ID
Getting your Moraine Valley ID is simple — just present two forms of identification, have your picture taken, and you’ll get your ID in a few minutes.
The two required forms of identification are:
- Current class schedule
- Picture ID with name, such as a driver’s license, state ID, or high school ID. Passport allowed for international students without a driver’s license.
Keep your ID with you at all times! Do not discard your photo ID after the semester is over. You’ll need it throughout your attendance at Moraine Valley.
This card is the property of Moraine Valley Community College and is not transferable. It must be surrendered to college officials upon request. A lost or stolen identification card must be reported to the Moraine Valley Police Department. There will be a $5 charge for replacements.
$3 per semester, billed to you when you register.
If you lose your ID, there is a $5 replacement fee. Report a lost ID to the Moraine Valley Police Department in Building P, (708) 974-5555, and go to Photo ID Services for invalidation and replacement.
Contact Photo ID
Office Location: Building S, Student Services Center, S100 (outside Admissions)
Telephone: (708) 974-5620
Mon.-Tues. 8:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
Wed.-Fri. 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
*Hours vary during summer and when classes aren’t in session.