Your FSUCard is your access to all things Florida State University Panama City! Reserve and borrow texts from the library, print on campus computers, make purchases at the FSU Bookstore, and more on campus. Plus, your FSUCard will get students special access to shared facilities and events at Gulf Coast State College as part of the Seminole-Commodore Alliance including recreation, organizations, library texts, and more!
All students, faculty, and staff are provided with a FSUCard upon enrollment or initial start date. Replacement FSUCards for lost, damaged, stolen, or otherwise will incur a fee. Cards are distributed in the Office of Student Affairs, Barron 210.
Terms and Conditions
When signing the FSUCard Agreement, you agree that:
- You certify the information you provide is correct and accept the terms and conditions of the agreement.
- You understand there is a fee for any replacement FSUCard.
- You understand there is an annual FSUCard fee as allowed by 1009.24.13.c, Florida Statute and authorized by the FSU Board of Trustees.
- You understand that the Board of Trustees has authorized an inactivity fee for FSUCash if you do not use your FSUCash account for twelve (12) consecutive months. This inactivity fee will not cause your FSUCash account to go into a negative balance and all other uses of the FSUCard will not be affected.
- You understand your FSUCard will expire five (5) years from the date you sign the Agreement. To renew your FSUCard after the expiration, you will need to visit the FSUCard Center.
- You understand that by lending your FSUCard to another party is in violation of the Student Conduct Code, 6C2-3.004(5)(j); of FSU Guidelines for Disciplinary Action for USPS employees in 6C2-4.070, F.A.C.; A&P employees 6C2-4.0592, F.A.C.
- You acknowledge that in the case of an emergency, without your consent, the information contained in this agreement may be released to protect the health and safety of yourself and/or others. Authority: 228.093(3)(d)(8), Florida Statues.
- The Federal Privacy Act of 1974 Allows colleges and universities to require the disclosure of Social Security numbers for the purpose of identification and verification of student records, including registration, financial aid, and academic records, and for verification of identity in connection with the provision of its services. The University does not use your Social Security number for student identification.