The student ID is your official Camosun ID card. You need this card for the bus (U-Pass), to borrow books, access facilities, get discounts, and more.
New students: Get your student ID card
Complete this form to request your new student ID.
Pick-up your ID the next day during opening hours at the library you selected on the form.
- you can request your student ID 14 days before the first day of class
- you must be registered (not waitlisted) in at least 1 credit course
- the digital photo you submit must meet requirements listed on the form
- most new ID cards include the bus pass (U-Pass), check your program for eligibility
- keep your ID card for 1 year and update the U-Pass every semester
- replacements are $15
Your U-Pass (if eligible) will be ready to use with your new student ID card. Swipe your card when boarding the bus. Use your same card for at least 1 year and update the U-Pass on that card every semester.
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General questions email email@example.com
Returning students: Update your U-Pass
Returning students with a student ID card need to update their U-Pass for the new semester.
Go to either library in-person during open hours. Bring your current student ID and we will ask you to swipe your card through a device to update the U-Pass.
*If you no longer have your current student ID card and need a replacement, complete this form.
- U-Pass renewals start 14 days before the first day of class
- you must be registered (not waitlisted) in at least 1 credit course to be eligible
- your U-Pass expires on the last day of the last month of your semester except in the fall semester where they expire January 12 of the new year
- your U-Pass must be renewed every semester, using the same student ID card
- replacements are $15
Students who were enrolled in the summer 2021 semester can opt into the U-Pass for September to December, 2021. The cost is $94 for four (4) months.
We recognize that the process for requesting and paying for a U-Pass may present barriers to some students. If that is the case for you, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About your identification cards
Your Camosun ID card is your college ID, library card, and your BC Transit bus pass (U-Pass), if eligible.
This card remains the property of Camosun College. The card is non-transferable and can only be used by the person named and pictured on the card.
Students must be registered (not waitlisted) in at least 1 credit course to be eligible for the student ID and U-Pass. Students can start requesting ID cards and update U-Passes 14 days before their first day of class.
U-Passes expire on the last day of the last month of your semester. Valid U-passes in the fall semester expire January 12 of the new year. U-Passes must be validated each term.
You must keep your card for one year. Report lost or stolen cards. A $15 replacement fee may be charged for lost or damaged cards. If you no longer have your current student ID card and need a replacement, complete this form.
Report fraudulent use of a card to library staff or Campus Security.
U-Pass opt-out criteria
All students are automatically assessed the U-Pass fee. Under specific circumstances a student may be eligible to opt-out of the U-Pass. The Student Society manages opt-out requests. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Privacy and personal information
The following personal information is collected from the college’s Colleague system in order to make the card: legal name; date of birth, affiliation with the college, “C” number and where appropriate, U-Pass expiry date.
Personal information collected and used is for the purpose of producing the official personal identification (ID) card for Camosun College. Information on the ID card will be used to verify your identity and for the purpose of administering college services, programs, and activities.
Individuals who obtain a Camosun College ID acknowledge the above and consent to the collection of personal information, including a digital image.
Your personal information is collected in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) and college policy. Outside parties are not granted access to personal or account information except where express consent is granted or as authorized by law.
Questions regarding the collection and use of your personal information for college ID should be directed to the Director of Learning Services.