If your card is lost, stolen, damaged or expired it is important that you follow these three steps as soon as possible:
1 - Order a new card with LSE
Lost Cards can be replaced for a fee of £10 and can be ordered via the LSE online store.
Request a replacement for a lost LSE card
Stolen cards will be replaced free of charge if you supply a police crime reference number. Request a replacement for a stolen card using the form below.
Damaged cards will be replaced free of charge if you return the old card to the Student Services Centre when you collect your new card. Request a replacement for a damaged card using the form below.
Expired cards will be replaced free of charge if you return the old card to the Student Services Centre when you collect your new card. Request a replacement for an expired card using the form below.
Recent graduate and 12 month Msc students who are awaiting results are not eligible for a replacement student ID card.
2 - Collect your new card from the Student Services Centre when it is ready
If you make your order before 4pm, your new card will be ready to collect after 11am the following working day from the Student Services Centre. You will need to bring another form of photographic ID with you when collecting your card.
If you need access to buildings before your card is ready for collection, you may print a copy of the order confirmation which will be emailed to you and use it to gain access.
3 - Touch your new card onto a Canon printer device in a public computer room
You'll then be prompted to enter your LSE username and password. Doing this will associate your printing account with your new card. Any balance will then be automatically available of your new card.
Note: sQuid payment system
The school discontinued the sQuid payment system in July 2018. There will be ID cards in use bearing the sQuid payment on the back, please do NOT create an account with sQuid and load funds as they cannot be spent at any LSE catering outlet.