A student ID card lets you borrow materials from the Library, use on-campus DPrint printers, hop on the shuttle bus, get a reduced-fare transit pass, and more!

How to get your student ID

  1. Register for at least one course, then wait 24 hours. 
  2. Next, drop by Card Services, where staff will take your photo and issue your card within minutes. (We do not accept digital photos.) Bring your student ID number and a piece of government-issued photo identification. Without them, we cannot issue your student ID.

We will charge the $13.00 fee directly to your student account. A replacement card costs $17.00. 

Wondering where to find your student ID number?

Check your offer letter or navigate to My CU Account in the Student Hub

Your student ID card is not transferable and the person whose name appears on it is responsible for any/all use of the card, including library items borrowed and charges applied. 

Please do not share your student ID or the information on it.

If you plan to take public transit

The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) uses your student ID card photo to create your transit pass, the OPUS card. You may submit an OPUS card request 24 hours after you get your student ID.

If you want to print on campus

Easy printing, scanning, and copying with DPrint,Concordia's printing solution. To start using DPrint, students must have a valid student ID card and add funds to their account. Check out the user guide for the complete instructions. 


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