Alumni ID

You need an alumni ID to enjoy certain alumni benefits: 

  • Access to facilities and equipment for 90 days after graduation
  • Access to Jen Library, the SCAD Atlanta library and the SCAD Hong Kong library (limited privileges)
  • Discounts at Ex Libris and SCAD Atlanta's bookstore (certain restrictions apply)
  • Discount on monthly Club SCAD and Turner House Fitness Center membership
  • Access to any event or program that's free to current students

In Savannah, you may obtain an alumni ID card at Bradley Hall, 115 E. York St., Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Bring a valid driver's license or passport. Alumni ID cards may not be issued the first week of every academic quarter due to heavy student volume. To save time during your visit, submit the online alumni profile and print and fill out the alumni facilities waiver to bring with you during your visit.

In Atlanta, you may obtain your alumni ID card by scheduling an appointment via e-mail or applying online. If applying online, submit via e-mail the alumni facilities waiver and a jpeg of your headshot and submit the online alumni profile. We will contact you when your ID is ready. Present a valid driver's license or passport at the SCAD Atlanta card services office to receive your alumni ID. 

In Hong Kong, you may obtain your alumni ID card by scheduling an appointment via e-mail or applying online. If applying online, submit via e-mail the alumni facilities waiver and a jpeg of your headshot and submit the online alumni profile. We will contact you when your ID is ready. Present a valid driver's license or passport at the SCAD Hong Kong card services office to receive your alumni ID. 

If you are a graduate degree (M.A. or M.F.A.) candidate, you must complete your thesis before you can obtain an alumni ID card. If you have questions about completing your thesis, contact graduate studies. 

If you are an undergraduate student who has not completed all course requirements, or whose grades have not been posted, you cannot obtain an alumni ID card until the registrar codes you in the database. You may direct questions about graduation status to the registrar.