Salt Lake Community College has introduced a new and improved official identification card for all students, faculty and staff. This OneCard includes access to Bruin Bucks, acts as a valid student ID card, and as a UTA bus pass once activated. The Taylorsville-Redwood, Jordan, Miller and South City campuses each have convenient locations for students to retrieve their new cards.
A OneCard helps make the school year a little more stress free, allowing students to easily reach the many resources offered by the college. Students may use their card at college bookstores, libraries, SLCC Quick Stops, computer labs and copy centers; the card also grants access to the Lifetime Activities Center and certain campus events. The new OneCard is also accepted anywhere MasterCard is, where the previous card fell under the Discover label.
If by chance a OneCard is lost or stolen, students should immediately report this so it may be deactivated. A replacement card will require a $20 fee, though students with the previous cards applying for new ones will not be required to pay this. ‘Old’ OneCards will not be reactivated.
“I am so glad I got the card,” says current SLCC student McKenzie Cole. “My classes are not all at one location, and it was nice to have the OneCard desks at the campuses I was at. I also love going to restaurants that include discounts if I am a student and I can just show them my card. I am just really grateful that they make it so simple to get it because I have a very busy schedule. Especially when I go to buy my books at the bookstore.”
Students and staff with the new cards can manage their account, view their transaction history, pay their bills online, and adjust alert settings at the My Money Network site. For more information on the OneCard, visit a OneCard center on campus or the SLCC website.