The ASCC Student ID is the official student identification card for Cuesta College students. It can be used on campus and at local businesses when student ID is required.

Revenue collected from the ASCC Student ID Card is used to maintain and strengthen existing programs and to establish new ones that will enhance the students’ academic and social experience at Cuesta College.

How to get your Student ID Card:

  1. While registering for classes through MY.Cuesta, you can also purchase your student ID on the “Purchase Items” page; it is $10 per semester (only $5 for summer).
  2. Pick up your student ID card or renewal sticker; bring your payment receipt and a photo ID to:
    • The ASCC Social Club, Room 5312 in the Student Center (805) 546-3100 Ext. 2481
      • Open Monday-Thursday, 9:00am-4:00pm, Closed Fridays
    • Or on the north county campus, room N3008 (805) 591-6000 Ext. 4548
      • Open Mon. and Wed., 9:00am-12:30pm and 2:30pm-6:30pm
      • Open Tues. and Thurs., 5:00pm-7:30pm, Closed Fridays
  3. Start using your ASCC Student ID Card at your favorite local restaurants, shops, salons, entertainment, and much more! Check out the list of local businesses offering up discounts here.
Note: For lost or stolen cards, a replacement fee will be assessed.

Having your card more than pays for itself by giving you the following benefits:

  • Discounts at local businesses
  • Fun events with free food
  • Free legal counseling*
  • Discounted Fax services*
  • Bookstore discounts
  • Free pass to the ASCC Social Club*
  • Free admission to some athletic events
  • On campus student jobs
  • Reserve books at the library
  • Free rides on the north county shuttle
  • Bus pass discounts
  • And much more!

*Only available at the San Luis Obispo Campus.



Cuesta College Student Life & Leadership - San Luis Obispo, Building 5300, in the Student Center studentlife@cuesta.edu (805) 546-3289 fax 805-546-3105 

Dr. Anthony Gutierrez, Coordinator | Shannon Piper, Student Center Assistant 
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