BERG ID CARDS
If you need to update your Berg ID Card or replace a lost Berg ID Card, please follow these instructions: Berg ID Replacements. If you need a replacement Berg ID after hours, please visit Campus Safety.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
The terms "you" and "your" in this agreement refer to the person whose name and image appear on the Muhlenberg College ID Card. The terms "we" and "the College" refer to Muhlenberg College. The term "card" refers to the ID card and "Berg Bucks" to a debit account established only by pre-depositing funds.
This card is non-transferable and is the property of Muhlenberg College. It is intended to last the duration of your stay. It is the cardholder's responsibility to protect and maintain the condition of his/her card. This card is for the purposes of identification and transaction of Muhlenberg College business. It should be carried when on Muhlenberg property and must be presented on request.
The cardholder is responsible for immediately reporting a lost or stolen card. Reports must be made to the Office of Seegers Union & Campus Events (484-664-3494) during normal business hours (8:30 AM - 5:00 PM during the academic year), or the Campus Safety Office (484-664-3112). Please, no voice messaging. A nonrefundable fee of $25 for students is charged to replace damaged, lost, and stolen cards. New or replacement cards can be made in the Office of Seegers Union & Campus Events during normal business hours, or at Campus Safety.
The College is not responsible for the use of a lost or stolen card until it is reported to the Office of Seegers Union & Campus Events. At that time we will deactivate your card, protecting the accounts and their remaining balances.
Privacy Statement: Images captured for the ID Card will only be used for college purposes within FERPA guidelines. Data collected on the use of the University facilities and services by an individual cardholder will be treated as same. Information regarding Cardholder’s account will not be provided to third parties unless required by applicable laws, or with written permission of the Cardholder. The federal law is called the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, also known as FERPA or the Buckley Amendment.