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ID Badge Center Expands Hours

Badge-IDEveryone who works at HUP -– eg, employees, students or contractors -– needs an ID badge. This requirement helps provide a safe environment but has also significantly increased the demand for badges. Indeed, more than 14,000 people came to the ID Badge Center last year alone. 

To help make access to the Center more convenient for all shifts, Security has expanded its hours of operation. The Center is now open 7 am to 7 pm, Monday through Friday (closed daily between 3 and 4 pm).

Two members of Security will now process ID requests: David Arcidiacono, Badge Center coordinator, and Deneica Liverpool, Badge Center technician. 

Important: Everyone needs to have the following information to get an ID card:

  • A completed and authorized Photo ID form with your full legal name. Forms are available from department business administrators.
  • Current valid state/government picture ID, such as a driver’s license or passport.

 If you have any questions, please contact the ID Badge Center at 215-349-5593.

Photo caption: Daneica liverpool and David Arcidiacono will be able to process ID badge requests more efficiently and with shorter waiting times thanks to extended hours.


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