The Royal Card

Much More Than a Photo ID!

The Royal Card is the multiple-purpose photo ID card for all students, faculty and staff at The University of Scranton. It provides easy access to University resources... and packs a wealth of innovative technologies into one powerful and convenient card! See the key features below…

New Royal Card Design

As part of an ongoing plan to enhance campus ID card services, we are pleased to introduce our latest Royal Card design.  The new Royal Card features a larger and more prominent photo window along with a printed expiration date.  For students, this date reflects the expected graduation date related to the program of study.  For faculty and staff, the expiration date is set four years out from the date of issue of a replacement card.  All incoming freshman for the 2013 fall semester will receive the new Royal Card as part of the Office of Admissions Fall Welcome Packet.  For replacement cards, please visit the Technology Support Center located on the first floor of Alumni Memorial Hall.  Please note that a new photograph must be taken before issuing a card featuring the new design.  The new card design was developed in close consultation with our Marketing Communications Creative Services Team and included a review of card designs shared by the National Association of Campus Card Users.  The University of Scranton has been a member of this organization since 1993.

New Royal Card Design

The new RoyalCard Online Card Office (eAccounts) is now ready for use!

The RoyalCard Online Card Office service has been upgraded to the Blackboard Transact eAccounts portal which allows you to manage your campus Royal Card accounts.  eAccounts online account management gives you the capability to add funds to your accounts, view your account activity, and manage your card status (report a card lost or found). Click the link below to access eAccounts.

RoyalCard Online Card Office

Key Features

The Royal Card serves as your University of Scranton personal identification (carry it at all times)

It also acts as a:

  • Meal card
  • Library card
  • Access card for residence halls, several academic buildings and 24-hour access to the Pro Deo Room in the Library
  • Debit card -- a substitute for cash on campus (if a deposit account is set up) for such areas as:
  • All University dining facilities
  • University Bookstore
  • Campus vending machines
  • University Printing Services (duplicating)
  • Weinberg Memorial Library copy machines and Internet printing
  • Parking decals and fines
  • Laundry facilities
  • Chemistry and Biology supplies

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