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Identification Badge Requirements and Procedures

Orange Technical College programs simulate the workplace and for security purposes a visibly displayed photo ID is required by everyone while on campus. Students will receive an ID badge during their orientation to the campus. The following guidelines are to be adhered to by each student and staff member:

  • Badges must be replaced if lost, stolen, or damaged and will be paid for by the badge owner
  • Badges are to be clearly displayed on the front of shirt/blouse, above or at the waist
  • Badges must be worn at all times while on campus
  • Instructors will make a visual check for badges
  • Instructors will not allow student access to class if a student’s badge is not properly displayed
  • Students without badges must purchase one or leave campus (high school students must be referred to the Administrative Dean)

Administrators will schedule building checks to ensure badges are being worn and checked as prescribed. Persons attending orientation or conducting business on campus must display a temporary badge.

Lost and Found

Lost and found articles should be promptly reported to the Administrative Dean. Orange Technical College cannot reimburse the cost of any items that are lost by students. It is recommended not to bring any personal items to campus. Cars should be locked at all times. Any valuables that must be left in a car should be in the trunk or out of sight. Each student is responsible for their personal items.

No Smoking

All campuses in Orange County Public Schools are smoke free.


Visitor Parking – Designated visitor parking spaces are available. Any other parking areas are restricted and require a campus parking decal to be affixed to the vehicle. A valid Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles disabled parking permit must be displayed to park in designated handicapped parking spaces. Visitors must report to the administration building for a visitor ID badge.

Student Parking – Designated student parking requires the purchase of a parking decal which is to be affixed to the vehicle. Handicapped parking spaces are provided for use with a valid Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles disabled parking permit; violators’ vehicles will be towed. Temporary parking decals may be issued to students attending courses of less than 30 class hours. Additional parking information is provided in the campus orientation materials.

School Property

Destruction and abuse of school property can result in a financial obligation and will result in a student’s dismissal from school. Orange County Public Schools policy determines that any misuse of licensed software, the computer network, or the Internet will be grounds for student dismissal.


Only registered students and persons on official school business are allowed on campus. All visitors must sign in at the information desk in the administrative area and receive a visitor’s pass to be worn in a visible place while on campus. Students may not bring visitors or pets to campus.

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