Numbers

Bank Street’s  new printing policy requires students and staff to put an ID number into the PrintAssistant dialog box when they want to use a copier.

On a regular basis library staff are asked, “But which number on my ID do I have to use?” So, here’s a quick visual primer on what all the numbers on your ID mean.

Front of student ID card

Wait, there’s more… turn your card over.

Back of Student ID

You can obtain a barcode from the circulation desk, and they’re valid for 12 months. If your card stops working ask staff at the front desk to renew it for you.

Reference librarian at Bank Street College Library.

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