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I.D. Cards & Parking Stickers
Piedmont Tech students and employees are required to have both a college ID card and a current parking sticker at all college locations.
ID cards are made in the Library on the Greenwood campus, the Newberry Campus LRC, and the Laurens Campus LRC. Parking stickers are available at the Library and at all County Campuses.
How to Get ID Cards
We do not charge students for the first ID card, but there is a $10 fee for replacement cards. Students should validate ID cards each semester by showing a current schedule to the Information Commons or County Campus staff. The ID Card process takes just a few minutes.
- Show your state ID or driver's license and your printed course schedule at the Information Commons desk or at your County Center.
- Pose for a digital photo.
Qualified non-students who wish to borrow library materials are eligible for the Community Borrower Card. Please provide either a South Carolina Driver's License or other official proof of address to get this card.
How to Get Parking Stickers
Parking stickers are free, and up to 3 stickers may be issued to students who drive more than one vehicle to campus. Vehicles that do not have a sticker or are improperly parked are subject to tickets. To get a sticker:
- Present a valid ID card at the Information Commons desk or at your County Campus.
- Provide your vehicle's tag number and your car's make and model.