Campus ID Cards

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, laundry or for 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.

New & Replacement Cards

All first time Campus Cards are free. If you lose your card, there is a $20 fee 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.

After business hours or for emergencies, visit Public Safety. Their office hours are Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, or call the 24-hour non-emergency line at (206) 296-5990.

If your card has been lost or stolen, make sure you contact SUperCopy or Public Safety to deactivate the card.

FAQ

I don't know how to add money to my One Card/printing account

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).

I have been locked out of my One Card eAccount due to inactivity

If you have been locked out of your account, contact the HelpDesk at (206) 296-5571 or helpdesk@seattleu.edu.

I don't have access to a building

To request door access, email Public Safety at keys2@seattleu.edu or use their web form.

For emergency or after-hours door access, contact Public Safety at the 24-hour non-emergency line at (206) 296-5990.

You will need to provide your name, SU ID number, the requested building/room number, and the reason for access.

I'd like to link my US Bank account to my Seattle U ID card

Step 1: Open a US Bank checking account.

Step 2: Bring your Seattle U campus card to any US Bank branch and ask to have it connected to your checking account.

For more information: visit US Bank.

Campus Cards at Your Event

Are you hosting an event on campus and would like SUpercopy to bring their mobile campus card machine so that new students, faculty or staff can get their SU ID cards at your event? Then just complete the Campus Card Event Form and email it to us at supercopy@seattleu.edu