All members of Cheyney University must obtain an ID card and are responsible keeping the ID card safe for the duration of their time at the University. The ID card must be in the cardholder’s possession at all times.
Cards may be confiscated if presented by someone other than the cardholder. Any alteration or fabrication of the card as well as fraudulent use of the ID card may result in disciplinary action.
It is the cardholder’s responsibility to make sure that your ID card is valid and in working condition at all times: the information printed on it or the data encoded on its magnetic stripe and smart card chip. Do not bend, curl, break, tape, or store your card near electronic equipment. Any of these actions could demagnetize the card and interfere with the electronic reading of the card. Tampering with a Wolf Card, attaching labels or stickers or punching holes in the Cheyney University card is prohibited.
Lost or Stolen Card
Cardholder is responsible for the security of the ID card. If a card is lost or stolen, it is up to the cardholder to deactivate the card at the Office of Information Technology to prevent fraudulent use. The cardholder can also call the Office of Information Technology to request its deactivation. If the cardholder finds the card and has deactivated it, the cardholder may bring the found card to the Information Technology Department to be reactivated.