Get Your EmoryCard

Everyone Needs One


The EmoryCard office, located on the Druid Hills campus, manages the process of issuing and replacing EmoryCards which serve as the official Emory University ID for students, faculty and staff members.

 

Haven’t picked up your EmoryCard yet?  Need verification of your status as a student or employee?  Just want to see what your EmoryCard looks like before you arrive?  Download the EmoryCard OneCard App today!

The EmoryCard team is currently offering physically distanced services by appointment only.  In most cases, you will follow the steps as outlined below in order to obtain your official Emory University identification card:

STEP 1: Upload your photo along with an image of your government issued photo identification.

NOTE: Photos must be in a .jpg file format and should be similar to a standard US passport photo. Selfies in front of a blank white wall are acceptable. There should be no other plants, objects, or persons in the photo, and no sunglasses or hats should be worn.

STEP 2: Complete the appropriate EmoryCard Request Form.

STEP 3: Schedule an appointment to pick-up your EmoryCard 

Some EmoryCard services require the payment of a fee to be indicated on the EmoryCard request form.  At this time, students may authorize a charge to their OPUS Student Account or make payment via Eagle Dollars.  Employees may have a charge authorized to a departmental speed type or make payment via Eagle Dollars.  Learn more about uploading Eagle Dollars.  If you require assistance related to payment, please email our team at emorycard@emory.edu.

If you still have questions or require additional assistance, please email our team at emorycard@emory.edu.

How to Get Your EmoryCard

Start Here

Steps to take for all students, faculty, and staff

Photos and Fees

Lost | Stolen

Secure your account and get a new card

Get a Replacement

Sponsored Accounts

Cards for contractors and other visitors

Access for Campus Visitors

Rules + Regulations

Policies and procedures, terms and conditions

The Fine Print