Campus Card

Seattle University Students, Faculty and Staff are provided with a versatile photo ID called a Campus Card. Your Campus Card can be used to swipe or tap into buildings across campus. It is also your library card and gym pass. Your meal plan dollars will be added to your Campus Card for use at any Redhawk Dining location, or you may add funds to your One Card account to pay for printing or to purchase anything at the campus bookstore. You may also use your One Card funds at the Redhawk Resource Hub in the Student Center to purchase tickets for campus events, rent lockers, or pay for late bus pass fees.

Add funds to your One Card account through eAccounts. You or your family may also use eAccounts to deposit funds into your One Card account (an SU ID number must be provided).

More information about student meal plans, including the portal to add or manage plans, may be found on the Housing and Residence Life website

Faculty and Staff meal plans may be added or managed through the Redhawk Dining website.

Accessing Campus Card Services

New/Replacement Cards

Visit SUperCopy in Pavilion 010 (lower level next to Bellarmine Hall) during business hours (Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm) to have your photo taken and obtain your Campus Card. You will need a valid photo ID (a current passport, state issued ID, unexpired drivers' license, or military ID). Other forms of ID may be accepted, but please call ahead to find out: 206-296-6117. Cards are printed on site, so you will leave with your card that day.

All first time Campus Cards are free.  If you lose your card, there is a $20 fee (plus tax) to replace it. You can pay the fee and pick up a replacement card at SUperCopy during their regular business hours. Temporary cards are available at no charge and are valid for one week.

Online Photo Submission

Incoming first-year and transfer students may submit a photo online for their Campus Card ID and have their card ready for them to pick up when they arrive on campus. Photos must be of your face only (cropped from top of your head to your shoulders) against a neutral background with no sunglasses or hats, similar to any driver’s license or passport photo. 

Here is an example of an acceptable photo:

passport photo of a woman

Check your SU email for an invitation from “SU’s Campus Card Office, SUperCopy” (onlinephoto@blackboard.com) for more details and to click the button to Upload Your Photo.  Please contact SUperCopy at (206) 296-6117 or supercopy@seattleu.edu if you cannot find the invitation in your SU email or if you have any other questions.

Upperclassmen, faculty and staff are not yet eligible for this program and will need to pay the card replacement fee of $20 plus tax to update a Campus Card photo. 

Changing your Meal Plan

Lost or Stolen Card or After-Hours Access

If your campus card is lost or stolen, login to eAccounts to deactivate your card. Once you have deactivated your card, notify the Public Safety office. If you need after-hours access, contact Public Safety at 206-296-5990.

eAccounts

To login, please visit the eAccounts website. The Blackboard Transact eAccounts portal lets you manage your One Card account on your Campus Card. You may add money to your One Card account or view your account activity and balance.

Please note that all One Card deposits are final.  No refunds are available for One Card funds unless you are a graduating senior.  One Card funds may be used for personal printing or to purchase anything at the SU Bookstore. You may also use your One Card funds at the Redhawk Resource Hub in the Student Center to purchase tickets for campus events, rent lockers, or pay for late bus pass fees. We encourage you to use up your One Card funds while you are here at SU.  Please contact the Service Desk at 206-296-5571 or servicedesk@seattleu.edu if you have any questions about your One Card account.

Campus Card Eligibility

  • Students: If you have questions about whether or not your enrollment status makes you eligible for a Campus Card, contact the Office of the Registrar at registrar@seattleu.edu.
  • Staff: If you have questions regarding your eligibility for a Campus Card, please contact Human Resources at hr@seattleu.edu.
  • Faculty: If you have questions regarding your eligibility for a Campus Card, please contact Sandra Brierley at brierles@seattleu.edu.

Related Support Articles

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Linking Campus Card to U.S. Bank Account

Click here or contact your local U.S. Bank branch. 

 

 

Need Help?

Service Desk Hours:
Monday - Friday: 7am-7pm
Weekends: Closed 

Contact the Service Desk:
206-296-5571 
servicedesk@seattleu.edu