ID Card Office:

 Ben & Bonnie Walkingstick Student Services Center

 

Phone #:  405-382-9715

 

Staff:  Student Affairs

 

Hours : 

Starting August 1st 

Mon, 8am – 6pm

Tues – Thurs, 8am – 5pm

Fri, 8am – 4 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is required that all students on the Seminole State College Campus obtain and carry a SSCOK Card.

 

You’ll use your SSCOK Card often, so make sure to carry it with you at all times.  You’ll need it to:

 

  • Receive financial aid disbursements (unless the student designates another financial institution)
  • Receive book buyback credits
  • Purchase food through your meal plan
  • Check out books from the library
  • Attend athletic events
  • Receive student discounts from participating merchants

 

Seminole State College and Herring Bank have teamed up to offer you a convenient, one-card solution with the SSCOK Card.  The SSCOK Card is a multi-functional card which allows you to open an optional checking account that offers free access to Herring Bank ATMs and to make no-fee purchases at merchant locations that accept MasterCard signature or pin-based transactions.  It’s the easy way to access cash and make purchases on and off campus.

 

A Herring Bank College checking account offers you:

  • No monthly service fee
  • Easy access to free Herring Bank ATMs on and around campus
  • Free access to online banking – check balances and view your checking account statement online from anywhere you have internet access. www.SSCOKCard.com
  • Get paid faster – when you request direct deposit of your financial aid and/or direct deposit of your paycheck

 

Visit ID Card Office to get your SSCOKCard.

 

For information on how to obtain your SSCOK Card, call the ID card office at 405-382-9715 or visit the ID Card office in the Ben & Bonnie Walkingstick Student Services Center (Monday, 8am – 6pm, Tuesday – Thursday, 8am – 5pm, Friday, 8am – 4 pm).

 

 

Need to report a lost or stolen card?

 

If you have lost your card, contact the Customer Service Center immediately at (866) 348-3435 to prevent theft of the funds in your account.  The sooner you report a lost or stolen card, you can reduce the liability of your loss and reduce the chance of losing your funds.  You will also need to go to the ID Card office in the Ben & Bonnie Walkingstick Student Services Center for a new card.

 

Direct Deposit Designation

Student financial aid disbursements and all other refunds will be direct deposited to your SSCOK Card account unless otherwise instructed by the student. 

 

To sign up for your refund to be deposited to a bank account other than your SSCOK Card, go to  Campus Connect, click on Designate Direct Deposit and follow instructions.

 

Financial Aid Disbursements

Your SSCOK Card account will be the primary account for all Seminole State College student disbursements.

 

If you would like to designate a different account for your direct deposits, you may do so through

Campus Connect.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guidelines for Handling Your ID Card

 

 

Your SSCOK Card is a multi-functional card.  It should be treated with care and steps can be taken to avoid damaging the cards functionality. 

 

Please adhere to the following:
·        Do not expose to direct sunlight
·        Do not expose to extreme heat or open flame
·        Do not expose to chemicals
·        Do not machine wash
·        Do not crimp, bend or twist card
·        Do not re-laminate
·        Do not immerse in liquids of any kind
·        Do not puncture
·        Do not hole-punch

 

 

If you damage your ID card, you do so at your own risk.  If damaged, you will have to pay the replacement fee to have another ID card produced.

 

 

 

Procedures

of

SSCOK Card MasterCard Debit Student ID Card

 

A.  Purpose

 

To enhance a more user-friendly environment for students, faculty, and staff by providing a high quality, single card system that allows efficient access to all card-related services throughout Seminole State College and to seek new and expanded uses of the card through improved, advanced technology.

 

 

B.  Scope

 

The procedure has a college-wide applicability.

 

 

C.  Definition(s)

 

Terms are defined as needed within this document.

 

 

D.  Procedure(s)

 

The SSCOK Card is the official Seminole State College picture ID card.  In addition to identifying the relationship with Seminole State College, the card provides access to campus events and activities, residence halls/other buildings, meal plans, and the library.  Meal plans may only be used via the ID card or cash must be used to purchase a meal.

 

1. Who qualifies for a card?

  • Student

 

  • Faculty & Staff
    • Permanent employees of Seminole State College are entitled to a free SSCOK Card as a condition of their employment.

 

  • Emeriti
    • Any individual that has been given an Emeriti status by Seminole State College is entitled to a free ID card as a courtesy of past employment.

 

  • College Board
    • Any member of the College Board is entitled to a free card.

 

 

2.   Expiration of SSCOK Card

 

  • ID Cards are valid while cardholder still has an active status with Seminole State College.

 

 

3.   Procedure on ID Picture taking

 

  • For ID card pictures Seminole State College requires individuals to remove any items not worn as part of their daily appearance (i.e. prescription eyeglasses). The only exceptions are items worn for cultural and religious reasons. All bandannas, hats, sunglasses and/or visors, etc. are to be removed before picture is taken.

 

 

4.   Card Fee Structure:

 

  •   Student's First Card
    • The cost of the SSCOK Card is $20 for all students and will be added to your enrollment. This includes the cost of the card and administrative cost associated with production.

 

  •   Students Replacement Cards
    • A $10 charge will be placed on the student’s college account when a replacement ID card is issued.  All payments must be submitted to the Business Office prior to receiving the replacement ID card.

 

  • Faculty/Staff/Others
    • Faculty and Staff are entitled to a free replacement card.

 

  •   Free Replacement cards for cardholders
    • Extreme hardship cases - very rare; apartment fire for example
    • If the card is not returned by the ATM during a transaction

 

  5. Responsibilities as a Cardholder

 

  • a.   Deactivating or Reinstating your SSCOK Card
    • Students and other college cardholders do not have to surrender their cards upon discontinuing their employment/association with Seminole State College. We have an automatic privilege assignment/removal process to enable or disable the ID card. If the card has the banking option, disabling the card would not deactivate the banking feature of the card.

 

  • b.   Reporting a Lost/Stolen Card
    • If the ID card is an ATM/Check Card, you should immediately call 1-866-348-3435, 24 hours a day.  The cardholder will be asked several token questions to confirm account transaction authority.  The College provides replacement service of ID cards during operational hours (Monday, 8 am – 6 pm; Tuesday – Thursday, 8 am – 5 pm; Friday, 8 am – 4 pm).  The cards can be replaced at the ID Card Office.   

 

6.   Information Sources

 

 

 

E.         Effective Date:  Revised 8/2014