Prior to June 1994, student identification cards were validated each quarter/semester by application of a paper stamp upon them, which required that students wait in line for the validation. Beginning in June 1994, the university adopted an identification card system that allowed for electronic validation that the cardholder had paid fees for the current term. With that change, the need to stand in line for the validation sticker disappeared.
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