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Student OneCard

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Important notice: 

For the Fall 2022/Winter 2023 semesters, all exterior campus building doors are locked and require a OneCard to gain access to the interior of campus buildings. This means that all incoming students (or returning students who may not have accessed campus previously) must apply for their OneCard as soon as possible. You can do so using the online OneCard application portal. Once your application is approved, you can pick up your OneCard by visiting the OneCard Office at POD-48. If you have any questions about applying for a OneCard, please contact that OneCard Office at

Your Student OneCard is one of the most important tools you’ll need while at TMU. Not only is it your official student identification, it also grants you access to buildings, campus services and discounts. You can also use it as a payment card to purchase products and services.

Once you get your card, you don’t need to renew it. As long as you have an active student registration with TMU your Student OneCard will remain active for accessing university services.

Visit the sections below to learn more about your Student OneCard.

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Get your card

New to TMU? Apply for your OneCard.


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Learn how to deposit funds and manage your Student OneCard online using eAccounts.

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Door access

Learn how to get door access through your department or faculty.

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Replace your card

If you have lost your OneCard, the first step is to report it to the OneCard Office as soon as possible.