You decided not to enroll for the summer term which means you’re also not eligible to use the university facilities, such as the school’s recreation center. What’s a student to do? Use a friend’s ID card to gain admission, of course. But at the University of Illinois, such usage could be expensive, both for the non-enrolled student and his friend.
The student’s I-card could be confiscated and both could be barred from the rec center for a period of time. When someone is found to be using another person’s i-card around campus on multiple occasions, a more severe penalty, such as school suspension, may result.
“The i-card is viewed as property of the University,” said a university spokesperson. “If someone is caught using one that is not their own, there will be disciplinary action that is taken.”
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