Please read the following frequently asked questions (FAQ) regarding El Camino College student photo IDs for Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021 semesters.
You do not need a college ID card unless you plan to access Warrior Pantry services or are enrolled in the Nursing, Radiological Technology, Respiratory Care, or Emergency Medical Technician program.
Students who visit the Warrior Pantry will be provided instructions on how to get a photo ID upon their first visit.
Students who belong to one of the above programs should scroll down to read more about how to get an ID card for their employment/academic internship site.
For more information about the Warrior Pantry, visit the Warrior Pantry webpage.
No. However, you may need to know your student ID number and provide another form of photo ID (i.e. state ID, driver’s license, passport) to verify your identity when accessing services.
For Canvas, your identity is verified by logging in using your ECC username and password.
Warrior Pantry: You will need to show your ECC photo ID and/or know your student ID number. For more information visit the Warrior Pantry webpage.
Library: You would normally need to use the photo ID at the Library for printing, checking out books and materials, and borrowing calculators and laptops. Currently, the library will only be lending calculators and laptops, and you will not need your ECC photo ID. However, you will need to know your student ID number and provide another form of photo ID (i.e. state ID, driver’s license) to the Library staff. The Library also has many digital journals, videos, and books that you can access through the Library webpage with your MyECC log in.
Computer Labs and other services: check each area to see if they are offering in-person services.
You can show the following two items:
Go to Find your Student ID Number for instructions.
Follow the directions below and take a screenshot on your phone or print out a copy with your computer:
For screenshots and more details regarding this process, go to Proof of ASO Benefits Pass Purchase.
Students and employees working in essential jobs, as determined by the State Public Health Officer, who are mandated to have a college photo ID for employment or academic reasons may request an ECC Photo ID through their professor, Dean, or supervisor. The professor, Dean, or supervisor will contact the Student Development Office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to consider their request.
Only students in the following programs can request an appointment to obtain an ID card: nursing, radiological technology, respiratory care, and emergency medical technician students.
If you are notified that you may take a photo ID, you will be given a date and time to come to the Student Development Office. Make sure you bring the following items listed in How to Get a Photo ID. Staff and faculty will need to know their employee ID number.
Current and former employees can contact Human Rescources to request proof of employment.
For more information, please contact the Student Development Office by calling (310) 660-3500 or emailing email@example.com.