ID Card Services

ID Card Services

Need an ID card?

We make it easy for students, faculty members, and staff. Just upload the photo you want for your UO ID card in advance, and once approved, we will have it ready for you to pick up in the Card Office. Photos submitted over the weekend will be ready Tuesday morning; photos submitted after hours will be ready after 1:00 p.m. the next day.

Current Business Hours

Monday–Friday: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Located on the ground level of the EMU
West door entrance nearest the amphitheater

Your UO ID Card

The UO ID card is the official identification card for students, faculty members, and staff at the University of Oregon. You will use it to check out books at the library, gain access to the Student Recreation Center, eat at on-campus dining venues, ride LTD buses for free, and more.

Your UO ID card can also be used as a debit card in the Duck Bucks program. You can use your UO ID card for purchases on campus simply by depositing funds to your Duck Bucks account.

Need a Badge or Access Card?

We offer many types of badges and access cards, each one with a different function. Please click the link below to see a longer description of each of the options, find the one you need, and submit the request.

Contractor Badges: For external vendors, contractors, and clients

Employment Agency Badges: For temporary hires through housing, dining, and custodial

Department Badges: For UO department employee ID badges

Proximity Access Cards: For no-photo cards that provide access

Department Copy Cards: UO department copying and printing cards

Learn More about Our Cards and Badges


Need a Community Card?

The community card provides community members, faculty and staff partners, student partners and children, and alumni with access to various activities and services on campus. There is a $10 fee for this card.

Learn More about Community Cards

Request a Community Card

Food Assistance Available from Ducks Feeding Ducks

To combat student food insecurity, Ducks Feeding Ducks helps to “feed the flock” by confidentially transferring funds to cash-strapped students via their ID cards.

Learn More About Ducks Feeding Ducks