The credit card format CampusCard is issued to students (as a student ID card) and employees (as a staff ID card).
Issue of the CampusCard
Place: Human resources desk, Room 4.A16, 4th floor
Time: Mo.–Fr. from 9 to 9.30 am
Place: Student Administration Office desk, Room 4.B04
Time: Mo.–Fr. from 10 am to 1 pm
Students are given the CampusCard for the whole duration of their study.
This means that students retain their CampusCard even
• if they change subject of study
• if they change level of study
• if they reregister after interrupting their study
• during an approved free semester and study period abroad
Employees are given the CampusCard for the whole duration of their employment. Students who are at the same time employed by the University of Lucerne receive both a student and an employee CampusCard.
Validity of Student CampusCard
So that the CampusCard becomes valid it must have the owner-specific data written on it at a validat-ing station (=validated). This procedure lasts a few seconds and must be repeated every semester after receipt of the registration confirmation.
Validity of Employee CampusCard
The validity of the CampusCard for employees is limited to the end of a calendar year. If the em-ployment is continued it can be revalidated at the start of the year at a validating station.
The devices for validating the card can be found on the ground floor and the 1st basement of the main building (Frohburgstrasse 3)
Areas of responsibility
Malfunctions are to be reported directly to the help desk IT of the University of Lucerne (helpdesk) @ unilu.ch
In the event of loss of the CampusCard a new card can be issued for an administration fee of CHF 30.00.
University Sports Facilities
The CampusCard is also valid as ID for the Lucerne Campus University Sports (HSCL) Facilities.
In the new building of the University of Lucerne cashless payment is possible with the CampusCard. At Lucerne University of Applied Sciences (HSLU) you can also pay and copy with the card.
The IDS barcode is printed on the CampusCard. This serves as a central university library user ID and must be registered at the information desk of the central university library. If you already have a central university library card you can add the IDS number of the CampusCard to your existing li-brary account at the library information desk.
Data Privacy and Security
At present only the corresponding card number (no matriculation or employee number) and few technical details are stored encrypted on the RFID chip. These are simply for identifying the card.
Printing, Photocopying and Scanning
The new Uni/PH building has several photocopying and printing areas. These are labelled "Kopieren/Drucken" (Photocopying/Printing).
The following rooms are available to students:
- 1.UG U1.440
- 1.OG 1.A18, 1.A05 und 1.A17
- 3.OG 3.B50
- 4.OG 4.B48
Each of these rooms has 1–2 multifunctional Konica–Minolta devices. Follow-Me Printing enables you to collect printed documents from any of the printers listed above using your CampusCard.
Webprint enables you to print PDF documents via a web service directly from private PCs within having to install a printer driver.
You can also use a web service to directly store scanned documents to private PCs.
StudMAIL (E-Mail System)
The University of Lucerne e-mails information to students at irregular intervals. So that it can contact students by e-mail, an e-mail account is created for each of them at the start of their course. The University of Lucerne IT department operates a mail server for this purpose.
eduroam (EDUcation ROAMing) enables internet access for those working or studying at institutes of higher education at the sites of all participating organisations via wireless LAN (WLAN).
For meetings, lectures, foreign semesters or when visiting a university library an application no longer has to be made for guest access. Using eduroam it is possible to be connected to the internet with smartphones, tablets or laptops and the access data of the University of Lucerne.
In the meantime not only are most institutes of higher education and research establishments in Europe part of eduroam but also organisations from USA, Canada and the Asia-Pacific region. Every participating organisation makes its own WLAN infrastructure available for this. Authentication takes place in the respective home organisation of the users via Radius servers.
The differentiation of the user IDs takes place via a so-called realm. When logging in to eduroam the realm of the user names is attached.
For employees of the University of Lucerne the realm is ‘@unet.unilu.ch‘, for students ‘@studnet.unilu.ch‘.
The request at login is then automatically transferred to the correct Radius server. In Switzerland SWITCH coordinates the eduroam activities for all institutes of higher education.
|Network name (SSID)||eduroam|
|Security type||WPA2 Enterprise|
|Employee user name||LogonName + Realm "@unet.unilu.ch" (e.g. MusterH@unet.unilu.ch)|
|Student user name||LogonName + Realm "@studnet.unilu.ch" (e.g. S11firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Password||Password of the corresponding user name|