How to upload a photo for your UniCard
- Go to the photo upload page
- Login with your university username and password (the same details as you use to login to studentcentral)
- Follow the instructions
Alternative routes: You can also reach the photo upload page from the bottom of studentcentral- see Photo Upload link - and also from the UniCard centre www.brighton.ac.uk/unicard - select Other UniCard services and then Photo Upload from the top menu bar.
Visit any of the open access computer poolrooms where Student Computer Helpers and Technicians will be available to assist during the day, and at evenings and weekends.
You can change your photo settings, including privacy settings, and upload a new photo via My Info. FInd out more from the Staff Photos web page.
Having photos taken for you
If you are not able to upload your own photo, then you can have a member of staff take a photo of you, staff will ensure that your photo meets the criteria.
Students can have a photo taken either at Academic Services offices or in the libraries (evenings or weekends). Staff can have their photo taken at the libraries at any time. A new or replacement UniCard can be printed off at the same time if required.
This information is for students or staff who wish to wear religious dress that fully or partially obscures the face (such as Niqab or Burqa).
If you are asked to show your photo, and you wear religious dress you may be asked to remove facial coverings. We will deal with this in a sensitive manner taking account of dignity, courtesy and respect. You may request your identity is checked by a female member of staff and in a discreet area.
Privacy when having a photo taken
Students have the option of uploading their photos in private themselves and can access the service via their mobile devices, Studentcentral or the UniCard Portal. Staff and students also have the option to visit libraries and Student Centres to get new or replacement UniCards.
Alternatively a female member of staff from Student Information Desk team can take a photo, and there is a modesty screens at some sites.