Get Your Card
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 email@example.com.
Learn how to get a Student OneCard.
How to apply for and pick up your card
To apply for a card, start by choosing the section below that suits you.
New undergraduate, graduate or Continuing Education (Chang) students who have never had a OneCard before are encouraged to apply for their card online and pick it up as soon as possible as your OneCard is required to gain entry to campus buildings.
Second year students who have applied for their OneCard but have not received it due to COVID-19 restrictions to campus are not required to complete another application.
Apply online for your student OneCard
Step 1: Apply online
First year students to Toronto Metropolitan University, be they new undergraduate, graduate, Chang School of Continuing Education, Faculty of Law and Law Practice Program (LPP), Toronto Metropolitan University International College (TMUIC), collaborative George Brown College Early Childhood Education and collaborative York University Communication and Culture students must apply online for their OneCard. We encourage you to apply for your card as early as possible to avoid delays in receiving your card.
Learn about the requirements to apply and submit your application.
Step 2: Gather the appropriate documents
Within 3-5 days of your submission, after your application is reviewed and if it has been approved, you will receive an approval confirmation by email.
Once you receive this email, gather the appropriate accepted documents and your 9-digit TMU student number.
If your application is rejected for any reason (i.e., an unsuitable photo), you will receive an email and will be asked to resubmit your application.
Step 3: Pick-up your OneCard
Once you’ve received confirmation that your OneCard application has been approved, you may pick-up your OneCard from the OneCard Office during the following dates and times:
|Monday to Thursday||8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.||POD-48|
|Friday||9 a.m. to 4 p.m.||POD-48|
To arrange to request and pick-up a replacement OneCard, please follow the steps outlined in steps 2 and 3 of the new undergraduate, graduate and Chang students section of this page.
While not mandatory for Chang School of Continuing Education (CE) students, CE students are encouraged to apply for their CE OneCard.
To be eligible for a CE OneCard you must be registered and enrolled for a course in the current semester.
Why get a CE OneCard
- Your OneCard serves as official TMU student identification.
- You may access resources through the library like borrowing books, equipment and more.
- You can load money onto the card to easily purchase food while on campus, to make purchases at the Campus Store and to use photocopiers or printers.
- Your OneCard is required to access exterior campus building doors.
Apply for your CE OneCard
Incoming Continuing Education students must apply for their OneCard online and submit a photo for their card. Please follow the instructions outlined in steps 1 to 3 of the new undergraduate, graduate and Chang students section of this page to receive your card.
First and second year students are eligible for a Toronto Metropolitan University/George Brown OneCard.
Apply for your TMU/George Brown College OneCard online
George Brown College Early Childhood Education students attending classes at Toronto Metropolitan University must apply for their OneCard online and submit a photo by following steps 1 to 3 of the new undergraduate, graduate and Chang students section of this page. Once you have received confirmation that your OneCard application has been approved, you may pick-up your OneCard from the OneCard Office during regular business hours.
Collaborative Nursing Degree Program in partnership with Centennial College or George Brown College students
First and second year students are not eligible and are expected to use their student ID from their home institution.
Third year students are eligible to apply for a OneCard as a new TMU student. Please see steps 1 to 3 of the new undergraduate, graduate and Chang students section of this page for instructions for applying for and picking up your OneCard.
Toronto Metropolitan University International College (TMUIC) students will receive their OneCards following their first semester enrolment. Please follow steps 1 to 3 of the new undergraduate, graduate and Chang students section of this page for instructions for applying for and picking up your OneCard.
Learn more about the TMUIC program by visiting the Toronto Metropolitan University International College website (external link) .
Have you lost your OneCard?
If you have lost your OneCard, the first step is to report it to the OneCard Office as soon as possible. Visit the Replace Your Card page and follow the instructions.