Seminole State College of Florida has a new official ID card, the Blue & Gold Card, that is designed to bring enhanced services and security to Seminole State students, parents, faculty and staff.
The new Blue & Gold Card offers convenient, cashless access to a wide range of campus facilities and services.
Students and employees can pick up their new IDs from Blue & Gold Card Services locations at all four campuses. Check Seminole State’s website for business hours and locations.
The Blue & Gold Card can be used to:
Future enhancements for the ID card will include purchases from off-campus merchants.
“The new Blue & Gold Card program will transform the Seminole State’s campuses into a virtually cashless environment with significantly enhanced services,” said Kendra Kokoska, associate director of Auxiliary Services at Seminole State. “Students, faculty and staff will be able to use their cards to make purchases at points of sale and services across the campus and have 24-7 online access to account management tools and services.”
The Blue & Gold Card will not become fully operational until Jan. 3, but students are encouraged to reserve their cards before the end of Fall Term to avoid lines in January. There is no additional charge for the card, and students will not need new photos.
Kokoska said students should hold onto their current ID until the end of this term. They will need them to make purchases.
To obtain your card, you must:
For more information, please visit the Blue & Gold Card homepage.
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