COVID-19: Social Distancing Practices
This information may change as the COVID-19 situation continues to develop. Last updated 9/21/2020.
Governor Inslee has asked Washingtonians to practice safe social distancing by staying six feet apart from one another. In an effort to do our part, we have implemented alternative routes that students and employees can take to acquire their EagleCards.
You have two options:
- If you need to have your photo taken at our office: Visit the EagleCard Office in Tawanka Hall, room 120. We are open Monday-Friday, 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM. To ensure social distancing we have modified our carding station to accommodate only one guest at a time, so please keep in mind that there may be a short wait before we can help you obtain a card. To prepare for your visit and ensure that you only need to stand in line once, please review our Card Policies.
- If you can submit a photo online: submit an EagleCard request via our EagleCard Online Request Form. Once we have approved your photo, you will receive email notifying you that your card is ready for pick-up.
Regardless of which option you choose, you will need to to bring a government-issued photo ID, such as a Driver’s License or passport, when you pick up your card. Your photo ID must be an original hard copy; we will not accept photocopies or digital images taken of an ID.
EagleCard replacements are $30.00. We will be able to take payments over the phone prior to your arrival, or you can pay at the time of pick-up. Students may also request that we bill their student account for replacement instead.
On-campus departments and residential students: If you feel uncomfortable with face-to-face interactions at this time, and you have been issued an EagleCard before, please let us know. We will arrange for the delivery of your new EagleCard to your department or your residential dorm via campus mail.