Computer Services - ID Cards
UNH Law ID Cards
A. Use of Identification
The primary purpose of the UNH ID card is to identify the cardholder as eligible for the various programs and privileges UNH provides. The ID card remains the property of the University. You may be asked to produce it at any time to validate your presence in or access to buildings and programs including meal plans and debit programs. Your UNH ID card is not transferable. A photo ID card will be confiscated when presented by someone other than the owner. Misuse of the card will result in penalties to all parties.
B. Lost ID Cards
Lost or stolen ID cards should be reported immediately to Marc L. Gosselin, UNH Law Director of Computer Services at (603) 513-5192 or email@example.com. You are responsible for any use made of your card until it is reported lost or stolen and suspended. Only the balance of meals, Dining Dollars, Cat’s Cache and guest passes on the card at the time of suspension can be protected. Until your ID is replaced, you will not have access to the balances and privileges encoded on the card. A charge of $25 is made to replace a lost, stolen or mutilated photo ID card. A charge of $15 will be made to replace a lost, stolen or mutilated non-photo dining card.
C. The Cat’s Cache Program
The Cat’s Cache debit program is a convenient way to make purchases. It is accepted at all UNH Dining locations, the Memorial Union (including the bookstore), Health Services many other campus locations and many businesses in downtown Durham. Cat’s Cache balances carry forward from year to year and are fully refundable. Deposits can be made with cash or check in the Dining ID office, online at www.unh.edu/dining with a credit or debit card or at one of nine conveniently located Account Management Centers with cash or a credit or debit card. Purchases of alcohol, tobacco, firearms, weapons and any other incendiary and/or destructive devices are prohibited.