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FAQs for Employees

Office Location: 212 Sproul Hall

ATTENTION
Employees will be able to receive support services in either of two ways:

or

  • On the first floor corridor of Sproul Hall (north end), you’ll find two telephone booth-type kiosks. Using either of the kiosks, you will place yourself in a virtual queue instead of having to wait in a physical line. You will then be notified via text when you can return for service.

Please review the information on our Getting a Card page for further details.

All Career and Limited employees with Academic and Non-Academic appointment types.

Issuance of Cal 1 Cards to employees is based on approval from Human Resources (HR). HR approval is contingent on compliance with applicable HR requirements.  After compliance with these requirements, HR will create / update the corresponding HR record with an appointment start date.  Cal 1 Card eligibility will almost always begin on the day after HR creates / updates the corresponding record -- the only exception will be when the appointment start date is in the future, in which case eligibility will begin on said date.

All employees are required to obtain a Cal 1 Card so that their identity and affiliation can be verified while accessing applicable University services and spaces on and off-campus.
You will be required to provide a valid (i.e. original and not expired) government-issued photo ID (e.g. Drivers License, State ID, Passport, Military ID) and your UC Berkeley employee identification number. Employees will be able to receive support services in either of two ways: or
  • On the first floor corridor of Sproul Hall (north end), you’ll find two telephone booth-type kiosks. Using either of the kiosks, you will place yourself in a virtual queue instead of having to wait in a physical line. You will then be notified via text when you can return for service.
Please review the information on our Getting a Card page for further details.    
Eligibility criteria for access to services / discounts at campus service provider locations is defined soley at the discretion of each individual service provider location based on your specific appointment type and payment of any applicable fees. Please contact the applicable campus service provider for further information.
No. The Cal 1 Card will be validated electronically and will remain active for as long as your employee appointment is active in the Human Resources database.

You are solely responsible for immediately reporting and deactivating a lost or stolen Cal 1 Card. The most effective way of deactivating the card is to do so online by logging into your account and selecting the "Lost Card" link in the sidebar -- this option is available to you 24 hours every day of the week. If you do not have access to the internet when your card is lost or stolen, you may report the card lost in person at the Cal 1 Card Office or by calling 1-866-2UCBCARD (1-866-282-22278). Furthermore, if you have card key access to a facility on campus, please report the loss immediately to your card key administrator.  Once a card is reported missing, you assume no further liability for unauthorized activity on, or use of, your card.

A nonrefundable $35 fee will be incurred for the replacement of a lost Cal 1 Card.

If your card was stolen, the replacement fee will be waived as long as you present the police report or case number at the time of requesting the replacement card.  Please be advised that police reports should only be filed for actual theft circumstances and not when you have lost possession of your card and you think someone may have taken it.

If your card is damaged, bring the damaged card to the Cal 1 Card office and your card will be replaced at no cost; if you do not have the damaged card with you at the time of making the replacement request, the card will be considered lost and the replacement fee will apply.  Please do not punch holes in your card or otherwise willfully damage it because the $35 replacement fee will be incurred if there is recurrence of willful damage.

Fee payment for replacing a lost Cal 1 Card can be made by credit card, cash, or check.

Credit Card Payments

Step 1. Log into your Cal 1 Card account.

Step 2. Select the "Pay Lost Card Replacement Fee" link on the sidebar.

Step 3. Select the embedded "Online Payment Portal" link and make the payment.

Step 4. Go to the Cal 1 Card office to get the replacement card.  If there is a long line upon arrival, enter the office through the exit door and go to the next available station to inform the staff that you have made the online payment and are in need of the replacement card.

Cash or Check Payments

Step 1. Pay the nonrefundable $35 fee and get a payment receipt at the Cashier’s Office, located on the second floor at 2610 Channing Way (Monday - Friday 10 am to 4 pm).  Please be prepared to provide your employee ID number upon arrival. The employee ID number is available via any of the following options:
  1. Logging into your Cal 1 Card account.  Your account number is the same as your ID number
  2. Logging into your UCPath account and finding your employee ID number in the upper left hand corner
  3. Calling CSS-HR at 510-664-9000 (Option #3 then #6)

Step 2. Bring your payment receipt with you to the Cal 1 Card office to get a new card.  If there is a long line upon arrival, enter the office through the exit door and go to the next available station with your receipt in hand.

Prior to receiving your initial Cal 1 Card, you have the option of uploading a compliant photo of your choice by following the instructions on our online photo submission page.

If you are needing to replace a damaged, lost, or stolen Cal 1 Card, you also have the option of uploading a compliant photo of your choice by following the instructions on our online photo submission page.

If you would prefer that we take your photo at the Cal 1 Card Office, we will be happy to retake your picture (up to two times) while you are at the Cal 1 Card Office in the process of getting your card. Once you have approved that photo and left the premises with the printed Cal 1 Card, we will not replace that Cal 1 Card for the sole purpose of updating the photo.

Once you have petitioned a name change with Campus Human Resources (HR), you must wait until the day after they have made the change in the HR database before coming to the Cal 1 Card Office to get a replacement Cal 1 Card. Please make sure to bring the Cal 1 Card with the name that was changed for an even exchange free of charge. If you do not bring the Cal 1 Card with the name that was changed, you will incur the applicable lost card replacement fee.
Yes. The Cal 1 Card is mandatory for all members of the campus community to ensure a safety and security. Additionally, the Cal 1 Card will be the only way to access most campus services / benefits, including the Cal 1 Card debit account.
It is mandatory to have your Cal 1 Card on your person at all times as a means of identifying your employee status; however, most employees will not need to display their Cal 1 Card. In the event that applicable departmental policies require that you display your Cal 1 Card as part of your job responsibilities, that requirement will be under the mandate of said departmental policies in compliance with applicable labor relation policies.

You are solely responsible for immediately reporting and deactivating a lost or stolen Cal 1 Card. The most effective way of deactivating the card is to do so online by logging into your account and selecting the "Lost Card" link in the sidebar -- this option is available to you 24 hours every day of the week. If you do not have access to the internet when your card is lost or stolen, you may report the card lost in person at the Cal 1 Card Office or by calling 1-866-2UCBCARD (1-866-282-22278). Furthermore, if you have card key access to a facility on campus, please report the loss immediately to your card key administrator.  Once a card is reported missing, you assume no further liability for unauthorized activity on, or use of, your card.

A nonrefundable $35 fee will be incurred for the replacement of a lost Cal 1 Card.

If your card was stolen, the replacement fee will be waived as long as you present the police report or case number at the time of requesting the replacement card.  Please be advised that police reports should only be filed for actual theft circumstances and not when you have lost possession of your card and you think someone may have taken it.

If your card is damaged, bring the damaged card to the Cal 1 Card office and your card will be replaced at no cost; if you do not have the damaged card with you at the time of making the replacement request, the card will be considered lost and the replacement fee will apply.  Please do not punch holes in your card or otherwise willfully damage it because the $35 replacement fee will be incurred if there is recurrence of willful damage.

Fee payment for replacing a lost Cal 1 Card can be made by credit card, cash, or check.

Credit Card Payments

Step 1. Log into your Cal 1 Card account.

Step 2. Select the "Pay Lost Card Replacement Fee" link on the sidebar.

Step 3. Select the embedded "Online Payment Portal" link and make the payment.

Step 4. Go to the Cal 1 Card office to get the replacement card.  If there is a long line upon arrival, enter the office through the exit door and go to the next available station to inform the staff that you have made the online payment and are in need of the replacement card.

Cash or Check Payments

Step 1. Pay the nonrefundable $35 fee and get a payment receipt at the Cashier’s Office, located on the second floor at 2610 Channing Way (Monday - Friday 10 am to 4 pm).  Please be prepared to provide your employee ID number upon arrival. The employee ID number is available via any of the following options:
  1. Logging into your Cal 1 Card account.  Your account number is the same as your ID number
  2. Logging into your UCPath account and finding your employee ID number in the upper left hand corner
  3. Calling CSS-HR at 510-664-9000 (Option #3 then #6)

Step 2. Bring your payment receipt with you to the Cal 1 Card office to get a new card.  If there is a long line upon arrival, enter the office through the exit door and go to the next available station with your receipt in hand.

Employees will be able to receive support services in either of two ways: or
  • Join the line in person by using the self-service check-in kiosks at Sproul Hall (1st Floor North End)
Please review the information on our Getting a Card page for further details.

You are solely responsible for immediately reporting and deactivating a lost or stolen Cal 1 Card. The most effective way of deactivating the card is to do so online by logging into your account and selecting the "Lost Card" link in the sidebar -- this option is available to you 24 hours every day of the week. If you do not have access to the internet when your card is lost or stolen, you may report the card lost in person at the Cal 1 Card Office or by calling 1-866-2UCBCARD (1-866-282-22278). Furthermore, if you have card key access to a facility on campus, please report the loss immediately to your card key administrator.  Once a card is reported missing, you assume no further liability for unauthorized activity on, or use of, your card.

A nonrefundable $35 fee will be incurred for the replacement of a lost Cal 1 Card.

If your card was stolen, the replacement fee will be waived as long as you present the police report or case number at the time of requesting the replacement card.  Please be advised that police reports should only be filed for actual theft circumstances and not when you have lost possession of your card and you think someone may have taken it.   

If your card is damaged, bring the damaged card to the Cal 1 Card office and your card will be replaced at no cost; if you do not have the damaged card with you at the time of making the replacement request, the card will be considered lost and the replacement fee will apply.  Please do not punch holes in your card or otherwise willfully damage it because the $35 replacement fee will be incurred if there is recurrence of willful damage.

Fee payment for replacing a lost Cal 1 Card can be made by credit card, cash, or check.

Credit Card Payments

Step 1. Log into your Cal 1 Card account.

Step 2. Select the "Pay Lost Card Replacement Fee" link on the sidebar.

Step 3. Select the embedded "Online Payment Portal" link and make the payment.

Step 4. Go to the Cal 1 Card office to get the replacement card.  If there is a long line upon arrival, enter the office through the exit door and go to the next available station to inform the staff that you have made the online payment and are in need of the replacement card.

Cash or Check Payments

Step 1. Pay the nonrefundable $35 fee and get a payment receipt at the Cashier’s Office, located on the second floor at 2610 Channing Way (Monday - Friday
10 am to 4 pm).  Please be prepared to provide your employee ID number upon arrival. The employee ID number is available via any of the following options:

  1. Logging into your Cal 1 Card account.  Your account number is the same as your ID number
  2. Logging into your UCPath account and finding your employee ID number in the upper left hand corner
  3. Calling CSS-HR at 510-664-9000 (Option #3 then #6)

Step 2. Bring your payment receipt with you to the Cal 1 Card office to get a new card.  If there is a long line upon arrival, enter the office through the exit door and go to the next available station with your receipt in hand.

Employees will be able to receive support services in either of two ways:

or

  • Join the line in person by using the self-service check-in kiosks at Sproul Hall (1st Floor North End) 

Please review the information on our Getting a Card page for further details.

A nonrefundable $35 fee will be incurred for the replacement of a lost Cal 1 Card.

If your card was stolen, the replacement fee will be waived as long as you present the police report or case number at the time of requesting the replacement card. Please be advised that police reports should only be filed for actual theft circumstances and not when you have lost possession of your card and you think someone may have taken it.   

If your card is damaged, bring the damaged card to the Cal 1 Card office and your card will be replaced at no cost; if you do not have the damaged card with you at the time of making the replacement request, the card will be considered lost and the replacement fee will apply. Please do not punch holes in your card or otherwise willfully damage it because the $35 replacement fee will be incurred if there is recurrence of willful damage.

Employees will be able to receive support services in either of two ways:

or

  • Join the line in person by using the self-service check-in kiosks at Sproul Hall (1st Floor North End) 

Please review the information on our Getting a Card page for further details.

You are solely responsible for immediately reporting and deactivating a lost or stolen Cal 1 Card. The most effective way of deactivating the card is to do so online by logging into your account and selecting the "Lost Card" link in the sidebar -- this option is available to you 24 hours every day of the week. If you do not have access to the internet when your card is lost or stolen, you may report the card lost in person at the Cal 1 Card Office or by calling 1-866-2UCBCARD (1-866-282-22278). Furthermore, if you have card key access to a facility on campus, please report the loss immediately to your card key administrator.  Once a card is reported missing, you assume no further liability for unauthorized activity on, or use of, your card.

A nonrefundable $35 fee will be incurred for the replacement of a lost Cal 1 Card.

If your card was stolen, the replacement fee will be waived as long as you present the police report or case number at the time of requesting the replacement card. Please be advised that police reports should only be filed for actual theft circumstances and not when you have lost possession of your card and you think someone may have taken it.   

If your card is damaged, bring the damaged card to the Cal 1 Card office and your card will be replaced at no cost; if you do not have the damaged card with you at the time of making the replacement request, the card will be considered lost and the replacement fee will apply. Please do not punch holes in your card or otherwise willfully damage it because the $35 replacement fee will be incurred if there is recurrence of willful damage.

Fee payment for replacing a lost Cal 1 Card can be made by credit card, cash, or check.

Credit Card Payments

Step 1. Log into your Cal 1 Card account.

Step 2. Select the "Pay Lost Card Replacement Fee" link on the sidebar.

Step 3. Select the embedded "Online Payment Portal" link and make the payment.

Step 4. Go to the Cal 1 Card office to get the replacement card.  If there is a long line upon arrival, enter the office through the exit door and go to the next available station to inform the staff that you have made the online payment and are in need of the replacement card.

Cash or Check Payments

Step 1. Pay the nonrefundable $35 fee and get a payment receipt at the Cashier’s Office, located on the second floor at 2610 Channing Way (Monday - Friday
10 am to 4 pm). Please be prepared to provide your employee ID number upon arrival. The employee ID number is available via any of the following options:

  1. Logging into your Cal 1 Card account. Your account number is the same as your ID number
  2. Logging into your UCPath account and finding your employee ID number in the upper left hand corner
  3. Calling CSS-HR at 510-664-9000 (Option #3 then #6)

Step 2. Bring your payment receipt with you to the Cal 1 Card office to get a new card. If there is a long line upon arrival, enter the office through the exit door and go to the next available station with your receipt in hand.

Employees will be able to receive support services in either of two ways:

or

  • Join the line in person by using the self-service check-in kiosks at Sproul Hall (1st Floor North End) 

Please review the information on our Getting a Card page for further details.