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Students—Your ID# is located on the back of your Student ID Card or Library Card or on your Student Registration or Enrollment form.
Faculty—In February 2008, the Library began using your CAMS ID# as your Library barcode number. This 6 digit ID# is provided to you when you obtain your ID card.
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