Students

Students can obtain an ID card from Card Services, located in Women’s Building, Rm. 002. Campus Card Services is available Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Effective January 2, 2017 the fee to replace a lost student ID card will increase to $25.00. Students may replace damaged ID cards at Campus Card Services. No fee is charged if a current card is exchanged for the new card.

Adding Bear Bucks

Students may deposit money into their Bear Bucks accounts through WebSTAC and/or by using a debit or credit card through GET Funds or Guest Deposit site.  Students can add a maximum of $1,000 per semester through WebSTAC.

University College and IE students may set up and manage their accounts by visiting Campus Card Services or calling (314) 935-8800 or 1-855-935-8800. A minimum deposit of $5.00 (cash or check only) is required to open an account.

Using an ID Card

Students are able to spend Bear Bucks on Residential Life- and Greek Life-managed laundry services, vending purchases at select locations and printing services from most WUSTL libraries print stations and school computer labs. Select on-campus and off-campus businesses also accept Bear Bucks. Learn more about how to use Bear Bucks funds on your card.

Undergraduate students may enroll online after July 1 if they have received their Student ID number and their WebSTAC password. (This feature is not available to students enrolled in University College or IE Division; however, students may make a cash or check deposit in the Campus Card Services office.) Graduate and professional students may enroll online after they have received their Student ID number and their WebSTAC password.

Bear Bucks are accepted at all three of the School of Medicine dining locations. Bear Bucks may also be used at all Danforth Campus dining locations when undergraduate meal plan points have been depleted. Purchases in the WUSTL dining locations are tax exempt.

If an ID card is lost/stolen outside of business hours, please deactivate your account on WebSTAC immediately and report your card as lost or stolen to WUPD. If you need a temporary meal card during this time, please contact your Residential Advisor (RA).