Lost your card, but just need a little more time to track it down. Visit the Campus Card Office (during business hours) or Public Safety Communications window in University Services Building (after business hours) to get a temporary card.
- During Business Hours: Obtain a Temporary Card from the Campus Card Office to access your accounts and privileges (bring photo ID). A Temporary Card works the same as your regular Campus Card, but it has a 1 week expiration. It is intended to be used while you locate your original Campus Card. Issuing a Temporary card automatically de-activates your original Campus Card. Temporary Cards must be returned whether or not you locate your original Campus Card. If you do not return the Temporary Card or it becomes damaged while in your possession, you will be assessed a $10 replacement fee in addition to the $15 SU ID replacement card fee if you need to have your ID reprinted.
- After Business Hours: Obtain a Temporary Card from Public Safety in the University Services Building. You are still responsible for returning the Temporary Card after 1 week, whether or not you locate your SU ID. Public Safety does not issue reprints of your SU ID card.
- If you know you will not be able to find your card, you will want to obtain a new campus card. The replacement fee is $15 for a new card. Visit the Campus Card Office in Engineering 313 during business hours. Cash or check only please.
Note: A lost Temporary Card will cost you $10.
Hey, we know theft happens. Don't fret, just visit the Campus Card Office for assistance in getting your new card.
Contact and file a report with the Seattle University Public Safety Department (206)296-5990 if the theft occurred on or near campus. Public Safety is open seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day. The Public Safety Department is located in the University Services Building. If you live on-campus, Public Safety will provide you with a temporary card during non-business hours. If the theft occurred off-campus or in another city/state/country, contact and file a report with the appropriate law enforcement agency.
Bring a copy of the police report to the Campus Card Office to obtain a replacement card and we will waive the $15.00 replacement fee (bring photo ID).
Washed your card in the laundry one too many times? Tried to use it as a screwdriver, or perhaps to keep the table from wobbling? Have to swipe your card several times to get it to work? Bring your damaged or non-working card to the Campus Card Office for assistance for a replacement card at no cost. If you do not bring in the damaged card, you will have to pay the $15 replacement fee, so don't throw it away!