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get_set_up [2019/10/14 19:45] (current)
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 ====== Getting Set Up ====== ====== Getting Set Up ======
  
-===== UC Berkeley ID Card and Email ===== +===== UC Berkeley ID Card, Clipper Card, and Email ===== 
-To get your UC Berkeley ID Card, you need to go to the Cal 1 Card office in the Cesar Chavez Student Center in Lower Sproul Plaza. [[http://​services.housing.berkeley.edu/​c1c/​static/​gettingcard.htm|Here]] is their website. You will need your driver'​s license, and will need to have created a CalNet ID and know your student ID number. ​+To get your UC Berkeley ID Card, you need to go to the Cal 1 Card office in the Cesar Chavez Student Center in Lower Sproul Plaza. [[http://​services.housing.berkeley.edu/​c1c/​static/​gettingcard.htm|Here]] is their website. You will need your driver'​s license, and will need to have created a CalNet ID and **know your student ID number**
  
-You will also want to get a "Class Pass," which is a sticker on your ID card that allows you to ride AC Transit (the bus system in the area) for free. You can get this sticker in the first week of the semesteras long as you have already registered for classes using CalCentral.+When you pick up your Cal ID, you will also receive ​your Clipper ​card, which allows you to ride AC Transit (the bus system in the area) for free. 
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 +You may submit your photo to the Cal 1 Card office online ahead of timebut either way you a photo ID and your student ID number to pick up your card.
  
 For your UC Berkeley email (bConnected),​ you should have received your student ID number and passphrase already. You may already have an account, otherwise you will need to create one. Just go to the [[https://​bconnected.berkeley.edu/​|bConnected website]] and log in with your student ID and passphrase. For your UC Berkeley email (bConnected),​ you should have received your student ID number and passphrase already. You may already have an account, otherwise you will need to create one. Just go to the [[https://​bconnected.berkeley.edu/​|bConnected website]] and log in with your student ID and passphrase.
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 ===== Getting Paid ===== ===== Getting Paid =====
 +Amber keeps a [[https://​drive.google.com/​drive/​folders/​1dcErr2ZNhefKkgQffhWeGLrXdPKc4zVC|google drive here]] with handy information about pay, including your pay rates. Note that all of the sheets are for the academic year, i.e. 2019 means academic year 2019-2020 (and summer pay thus refers to summer 2020). Each student also has a financial statement that they can check to monitor their pay status.
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 If you have an outside source of funding (scholarship,​ fellowship, etc.) make sure to let Amber Banayat (abanayat@berkeley.edu) know ASAP.  If you have an outside source of funding (scholarship,​ fellowship, etc.) make sure to let Amber Banayat (abanayat@berkeley.edu) know ASAP.