Getting Your NYUCard

You are an NYU student this summer and, like all NYU students, you will need an ID card.

What does my NYUCard do?
Your NYUCard is what will identify you as a student at NYU and what you will use to get around campus. You will need it to gain access to your classes, NYU buildings and facilities, the Student Health Center, Ticket Central…you get the picture.  If you are living on campus, it will also serve as your dining card, and you will not be able to use your meal plan without it.

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How do I get my NYU ID card?
Submit your ID photo online.  Be sure to submit your photo no later than 10 days before your program begins to ensure the Card Center has enough time to approve your photo and print your card before you arrive.  Then on move-in day, you can pick up your card at the NYU Card Center, 7 Washington Place, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  You will need to show a valid photo ID in order to prove you are who you say you are and pick up your NYUCard.

If you plan to be in the NYU area before the program begins, feel free to get your ID early! After you are registered in the program, you may have your photo taken in person at the NYU Card Center at 7 Washington Place and have your ID printed while you wait.  The Card Center is open Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. each week.

What is Campus Cash?
You can also use your ID card to make purchases like a debit card. By adding Campus Cash to your card, you can make purchases at both NYU and commercial establishments that accept campus cash. Also, many shops, restaurants, cafes, and even dry cleaners will give you a student discount if you simply show them your NYU ID card. So be sure to always carry it with you!

How do I add Campus Cash to my NYU ID card?
Visit the NYU Campus Cash website for information on how to add campus cash to your card.

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