At IU, what is a University ID, and how do I find out what mine is?
To maintain the privacy of Social Security numbers, Indiana University creates a unique 10-digit identifier called the University ID (UID) for each student and employee. Your UID serves as the key to your student and/or employee record, and should be kept confidential. The Office of Admissions issues UIDs to students (normally included in admission letters sent via postal mail); University Human Resources issues UIDs (also know as Employee IDs) to IU employees.
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Currently enrolled students or alumni: Contact your campus Office of the Registrar.
IU School of Medicine applicants or newly admitted students: Contact the Office of Medical Student Affairs (317-274-1965).
All other applicants or newly admitted students: Contact your campus Office of Admissions.
Contact your campus human resources office.
Sponsored affiliates (e.g., a contracted employee or consultant): Contact the faculty or staff sponsor who submitted your Affiliate request.
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Last modified on 2015-04-08.
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