Student ID Card and Hill Card Policy
Students are given an ID card (Hill Card) as part of their regular orientation to the College Community. Students must maintain a current card for the entire period that they are affiliated with Stonehill College and must carry their ID cards at all times. The ID card is intended to serve as proof of an individual's status at the College and provides access to many resources provided by the College.
Any transfer, alteration, falsification or forgery of an ID card constitutes a violation of the Stonehill College Community Standards and may result in disciplinary action. In addition, fraudulent or illegal use of the ID card may result in criminal charges and/or civil proceedings.
ID cards should not be defaced or modified in any way. The use of stickers, pins or other items affixed to ID cards is prohibited in order to preserve their useful life. ID cards should be protected from damage or wear. Please protect the magnetically encoded information by keeping the card away from magnetic fields such as those generated by television sets, stereo speakers, bulk tape erasers, radio transmitters and personal computers, which could erase the information encoded on the card.
The cardholder agrees to abide by the policy, as amended from time to time, and to the display of his or her picture on the ID card. The card is and at all times shall remain the property of Stonehill College . It may be revoked at any time by the College if misused. It must be presented or returned upon request by an appropriate College official.
The initial ID card is issued without charge. The cardholder is responsible for the care and safekeeping of the card. If the card is lost or stolen, there is a $25 fee for each replacement card. If a card becomes unusable because of normal wear and tear, it will be replaced at no charge. Once a replacement card is issued, no refund will be made, even if the missing card is found.
The loss or theft of the ID card must be immediately reported to Dining Services. If such loss or theft occurs after regular office hours or on the weekend, the report should be made to the Stonehill College Campus Police Department. It is important that the missing card is reported as soon as possible since the card could be misused. Until a student reports a card lost or stolen, he/she is responsible for any loss of funds.
Questions? Please contact Greg Wolfe, Business Manager/Director of Purchasing, during regular business hours, Monday-Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm via email: email@example.com or via phone: (508) 565-1357.