Upon registering on campus, you are required to obtain a Temporary Student ID Pass from the Department of Student Affairs (DSA) for you to access the campus within 1 month from the first day of classes. Once your Permanent Student ID Card is ready, you have to return the Temporary Pass when collecting your Permanent Student ID Card. The return and collection point depends on your current academic programme:
Return and Collection Point
|i. Foundation Studies and Full-Time Undergraduate Studies||IT Infrastructure and Support Service (ITISC)||Click HERE|
|ii. Part-Time Undergraduate Studies||Centre for Extension Education (CEE)|
|iii. Postgraduate Studies||Institute for Postgraduate Studies (IPSR)|
|Temporary Student ID Pass (Temp ID)|
Permanent Student ID Card (Permanent ID)
You are required to replace your Student ID Card in the following circumstances:
|You will be charged RM 5.00 if you need to replace / reprint your Temp ID at DSA.||Report to DSS immediately.|
If it is not found after 3 days, you MUST make an ID card replacement.
The charges for Replacement of Permanent ID are as follows:
First time - RM 25.00
Second time - RM 50.00
Third time onwards - RM 75.00
Note: Should the loss be due to robbery, snatch theft or factors outside your control, a 50% discount may be given, provided with relevant documentation / evidence (e.g. police report)
|Replacement of Permanent ID Card due to expire is subject to the charges scheme imposed by the University.||You are required to pay for the charge of your ID card replacement at the Division of Finance (DFN).|
Once you have obtained the original yellow-coloured receipt, please show this receipt to the Centre for Multimedia Production and Services (CMPS) at your respective *campuses for the on-the-spot collection of your replacement ID card.
A170, First Floor, Heritage Building
*Sungai Long Campus:
KB1009, Level 10, KB Block
No. If you are caught altering your sticker, disciplinary action will be taken against you.
The available vehicle passes are Student Vehicle parking sticker, Night Pass (valid after 6pm), and Final Year Project Pass (only applicable to final year students who are currently doing research papers on science/engineering course subject to the recommendation of Supervisor and the approval of the Faculty Dean). These passes may be requested from the following departments:
Kampar Campus: Department of Student Affairs
Sungai Long Campus: Department of Safety and Security
Please proceed to Department of Safety and Security to report your lost item. If it is found, you will be contacted accordingly.
For UTAR local student, you may make an insurance claim even if the accident were to happen during trimester break (inside or outside UTAR), as the Group Personal Accident Insurance cover you 24-7 worldwide.
NOTE: For information on club/societies and applying for recognition at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), please refer to Regulation XIV - Societies and Student Activities.
The pro-tem committee needs to have a copy of the club/society's constitution that follows the guidelines provided as below:-
Constitution of UTAR Student Society (Course based)
Constitution of UTAR Student Society (Non-Course based)
- Fund-Raising from external organizations/authorities.
- Sponsorship (Monetary or Otherwise)
NOTE: Prior approval must be obtained from the Head of Student Affairs before any society can enter into any agreements/contracts, verbal or written, with any external organization.
Sponsorship letters that follow the guidelines provided need to be vetted by the Languages and Linguistics lecturer.
Sample of Sponsorship Letter
- Request to post your event on the Department of Student Affairs' Facebook Page and Event Calendar.
- Post the event on your club/society website/Facebook.
- Send the details of your event out to your club/society via email/WhatsApp/messenger etc.
- Request to post your event on UTAR Portal.
- Host a booth or information table on campus to recruit members, highlight your club/society activities, and promote your events.
Drop by our office at Department of Student Affairs during office hours and speak to our Clubs & Societies Unit / Sports and Recreations officers.
The Best Club and Society Award shall be awarded to a club and society committee that has performed an excellent job within their elected term of service. The criteria to determine the Best Club and Society Award click HERE.
The Best Student Leader Award is designed to reward those students who are committed to take on leadership positions that require a significant amount of time, energy, enthusiasm, effort, and thought. Students serving as chairperson or vice chairperson of a registered student club or society, university-sanctioned committee, committee of a university-wide project or activity (to be determined by DSA) or hold office in UTAR Student Representative Council are eligible to receive this award.
All student awards will be recommended by the Student Affairs Committee and forwarded to the UTAR Senior Management Committee for approval. The award would be given out during the UTAR Ball.
Award criteria click HERE.
No, all counselling services are free of charge.
Yes, you have to come to DSA Office, Monday to Friday from 8.30am-5.30pm, except weekends and Public Holiday(s), to make an appointment with your respective counsellor.
No, counselling is for normal people for better self-understanding and life adjustment.
No, counselling is for those looking for better coping and personal development.
Yes, counselling service is provided for disciplinary cases and upon volunteerism, which are all strictly private and confidential.
The number of counselling sessions is based on the client’s needs and on voluntary basis. It is fine to discuss with the counsellor the number of sessions you prefer as well as the point to terminate the session with prior notice.
Yes. Division of Human Resource (DHR) does have an established guideline on counselling services for UTAR staff. The staff that requires counselling services must be referred by DHR.