We have temporary cards.  Please stop by the card office at your convenience to receive your temporary ID card.

Due to the global shortage of microchips caused by supply chain delays, the Campus Card Office is unable to issue standard or replacement Irish1Cards with digitally enhanced cardstock at this time. This is anticipated to be the case through August and into September. 
The Campus Card Office has implemented interim measures for incoming students and new faculty and staff.
Incoming students or students who have lost IDs will be issued temporary access cards that are gold in color with an ND logo, but will not include a printed photo or name. A sticker with the identifying information of the student will be applied to the card. 
New employees or employees who have lost IDs will be issued a blank card with no graphics, but the name and photo will be printed on the card. 
As the Campus Card Office receives batches of cardstock, affected faculty, staff and students will receive a communication outlining the process for swapping the temporary card for a permanent Irish1Card.
 

FAQ

Why is the Campus Card Office unable to issue standard or replacement Irish1Cards at this time?

  • Due to the global shortage of microchips caused by supply chain delays, the Campus Card Office is unable to issue standard or replacement Irish1Cards with digitally enhanced cardstock at this time. The Campus Card Office anticipates that this issue will be resolved by mid-September. 

 

Will the Campus Card Office provide temporary ID cards to incoming students and new faculty and staff? What about students who have lost their cards?

  • Yes. The Campus Card Office will implement interim measures for incoming students and new faculty and staff. 
  • Incoming students or students who have lost IDs will be issued temporary access cards that are gold in color and include an ND logo. These cards will not include a printed photo or name, but will include a sticker with identifying information of the student that will be applied to the card.
  • New employees or employees who have lost IDs will be issued a blank card with no graphics, but the name and photo will be printed on the card. 

 

Can the Campus Card Office add digital IDs to mobile devices as a potential solution?

  • No. At this time, hardware is not configured throughout campus to allow digital IDs to be available on mobile devices. The Campus Card Office will continue to explore moving to digital IDs in the near future.

 

When will incoming students and new faculty and staff receive new ID cards?

  • As the Campus Card Office receives batches of cardstock, affected faculty, staff and students will receive a communication outlining the process for swapping the temporary card for a permanent Irish1Card. It is our hope that incoming students and new faculty and staff will receive their new Irish1Cards in time for the first home football game on Saturday, Sept. 10. 

 

I’ve lost my card. What should I do?

  • To obtain a replacement access card, visit 423 Grace Hall. Appointments are not required, but to schedule an appointment for your convenience, please click here.
  • The Campus Card Office is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
  • On Welcome Weekend, Saturday, Aug. 20 and Sunday, Aug. 21, the office will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
  • For an after-hours temporary access card (Residence Hall access only), please visit the Notre Dame Police Department located in Hammes Mowbray Hall. On-campus students and students with meal plans may also continue to eat at the dining halls by checking in with the Dining Hall Monitor.
  • The standard fee for lost cards will apply.

 

Are there any features that will not function on a temporary card?

  • Yes. The magnetic stripe does not work, which means the following features will be unavailable through the temporary cards:
    • Grubhub kiosks (please order using Grubhub’s mobile app)
    • Vending machines
    • Domer Dollars at any off-campus location

 

If I am asked for a photo ID on campus, what should I do if I have a temporary card?

  • Log onto the GET mobile app, which is what you use to see your meal plan information and Domer Dollar balance. A small photo is displayed there.

 

My spouse needs an Irish1Card. What should I do?

  • Irish1Cards for spouses should be available by mid-September. Please contact the Campus Card Office to verify before visiting.


 

How will I know when the new cards are available?

  • The Campus Card Office will send out communication regarding dates and times impacted students, faculty, and staff  can pick up their new cards.

 

  

The University of Notre Dame Campus ID Card

    The one card you need for living and working at the University of Notre Dame

    Please visit 423 Grace Hall to get your Irish1Card. Appointments are not required,

    but to schedule one for your convenience, visit https://calendly.com/irish1card 

    to setup an appointment.

 

    For specifics on how to use your ID card, view or change your PIN view the following document.

                                                onecardlogopng

                    

 

Campus Dining Discounts!

Use Domer Dollars to purchase meals in the dining halls and receive a 15% discount. 

The Campus ID Card is now on the ND Mobile App!

Take advantage of the ND Mobile app to check your balances, add funds, manage your PIN and report your card lost or stolen.

 

Campus Card Office Location & Hours 

UNIVERSITY ENTERPRISES AND EVENTS

423 Grace Hall 

Phone: (574) 631-7814

Email: idcard@nd.edu

The Campus Card Office is open: 

Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm

For an after-hours temporary access card (Residence Hall access only), please visit Notre Dame Security Police located in Hammes Mowbray Hall. Campus Map