Princeton NJ -- ID card office staff members Kathleen Bozowski (seated) and Kasia Hertz have been churning out the approximately 17,000 new ID cards that will replace those held by students, faculty, staff, spouses, dependents, domestic partners, trustees, retirees and affiliates.
The cards are intended to help create a more secure environment on campus and to take advantage of new technology. They will be distributed to faculty and staff from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 8-9, on the south lawn of the Frist Campus Center (or inside if the weather is bad). Additionally, faculty and staff may pick up their new cards at the University picnic, scheduled for noon to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, June 10, at Princeton Stadium. The ID card office will work closely with department managers if they would like to collect cards for a group of employees, such as faculty who may be gone for the summer.
Spouses, domestic partners, dependents and retirees may pick up their new cards from the ID card office in New South after June 10. (The ID card office will be closed on June 10.) Most student ID cards will be distributed in September; students who are on campus during the summer and who have received authorization may receive their cards in June. For more information on the new ID cards, see the story in the April 5, 2004, Princeton Weekly Bulletin or visit the project's Web site at <www.princeton.edu/recarding>.