GCC Student ID Card GCC student ID cards are issued by the library (third floor, core) during regular service hours; no appointment necessary. Registered GCC students may request an ID card in-person at the library, or online through MyGCC (see instructions for online photo submission below). You must be registered for a class in order to receive a GCC photo student ID card. Application and acceptance to the college alone is not enough to issue an ID card. We do not make ID cards for alumni. Your legal first name will appear on the ID card, unless you have entered a chosen first name in myGCC. Contact the library if you have any questions. Instructions for Requesting a GCC Student ID on Campus: Visit the library during regular service hours and ask for an ID card at the front desk. You will be asked to verify your identity by providing a government or school issued photo ID. If you do not have one, we will accept 2 alternate forms of ID, including: Social security card Birth certificate Credit or debit card in their name Utility or bank records with their name, dated within the past 60 days College correspondence with their name, dated within the past 60 days Instructions for Requesting a GCC Student ID Online: Log into MyGCC. Upload a photo to MyGCC by clicking the photo icon in the lower right-hand corner. The photo must meet all requirements. Check the box that says, “Please check if you would like a printed ID card mailed to your house. Cards are mailed on a weekly basis.” Library staff will notify you if there are any issues with the photo you submitted. Your request for an ID card will not be processed until all photo requirements are met. Your ID card will be mailed to the address listed in your Banner account, and should take approximately 1-2 weeks to arrive. ID photo specifications: Example of an acceptable photo. Be a JPEG, 300 x 400 pixels and under 1.0 MB in size. Be of the student, taken within the last six months and reflecting current appearance. Be in color, taken in front of a solid white background. Have a small space between the top of the head and the top of the image. Have a slightly larger space between the bottom of the chin and the bottom of the image. Be taken in full-face view, facing the camera (no side views or tilted head). Show a natural smile or neutral facial expression. No masks, sunglasses, headphones, wireless mobile devices, or other similar items. Glasses with clear lenses and head coverings worn regularly for medical or religious purposes are fine. Photo filters cannot be used. No group photos. Not be derogatory in any way. GCC reserves the right to reject any photo we feel is inappropriate.