Student ID Cards
All Florida Polytechnic University students are required to have a photo identification card. Students can take their own photo for the card to skip the line by emailing a “selfie” to email@example.com. Please include your student ID number with your photo submission. You can also use one of the Florida Polytechnic University selfie stations to take your photo located in four locations: North and South entrance of the IST, Admissions and the Wellness Center. Here are some guidelines:
- Upload a photo from your computer.
- Take a photo with your webcam.
- Take a photo with your mobile device.
- Your image must be at least 1kb and at most 1mb.
- Your face needs to be in front of the camera and clearly seen.
- No one else should be in the photo, which should have a neutral background.
Bring a government issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license or passport, to pick up your University ID card at the Wellness Center. ID cards will be ready at least five business days after your submission has been accepted.
You will receive an email stating submission was received, reviewed and approved. Your initial ID card fee is included in your student fees. Card replacement fees are $15.
For more information, visit the Student ID page. Your student ID is required to:
- Borrow materials from library facilities on campus.
- Purchase an on-campus meal plan.
- Purchase a parking permit.
- Receive discounts at various local businesses.
- Use copier/faxing center services.
- Use the Wellness Center.
The Wellness Center provides services and conveniences that members of the University community need in their daily life, and creates an environment for getting to know and understand others through formal and informal associations. The Wellness Center is a hub of activities. The 27,000-square-foot building houses the bookstore, dining center, Einstein Bros. Bagel, Tu Taco, Phoenix Print & Mail Center, student ID center, parking office, and more. Also located in the Wellness Center are administrative offices and health and wellness services. For more information call 863-874-8406, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Barnes & Noble at Florida Polytechnic University is located in the University Wellness Center. For more information, call 863-876-8761, or visit bncollege.com. The bookstore offers a buyback program. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to sell their unwanted textbooks back to the bookstore for cash. Prices offered are based upon the national market value and may vary throughout the year based upon supply and demand. The bookstore price matches online competitors. You can find additional details at bncollege.com. Additional information on bookstore operations, including hours of operation and obtaining refunds, can be found on the University website.
With Barnes & Noble College’s Campus Connect technology, students and faculty have access to the largest selection of course material in several cost-saving formats.
These solutions include course fee programs, multi- platform LMS integration, real-time student financial aid modules and Barnes & Noble’s Registration Integration online ordering system. Florida Polytechnic University faculty also have access to an online community, FacultyEnlight, a textbook adoption platform that combines advanced search capabilities with detailed information on course material formats, pricing and reviews by other faculty.
The University provides mail services through the Phoenix Print & Mail Center located in the Wellness Center. Resident students are assigned mailboxes, located on the first floor of the residence hall, behind the elevators. This box is to be used for all incoming mail. If a student receives a package that is too large to fit in the mailbox, he or she will be notified by email of its arrival and instructions for picking it up at the Wellness Center.
Mail should be addressed as follows:
Student’s Full Name
# (Campus Box Number) 4700 Research Way
Florida Polytechnic University Lakeland, FL 33805-8531
Outgoing mail can be mailed through the Phoenix Print & Mail Center, including USPS express mail. Address changes should be reported immediately to Phoenix Print & Mail Center, as well as the University Registrar’s Office, the Business Office, and the Financial Aid Office. Failure to report changes could result in mail not being forwarded or going to the wrong person or address. For more information, contact the Phoenix Print & Mail Center at 863-874-8433 or by email at email@example.com.