All new EagleCards are printed with the NetID rather than the EWU ID number as a part of the University's new OneID project. Click here for more information on this process.
No, your EagleCard is valid as long as you are enrolled at the University.
EagleCards are issued at the Tawanka Business and EagleCard Office, located in 120 Tawanka Hall. The office is open Monday through Friday, from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Physical government-issued photo identification is required. For more information on EagleCard eligibility, please see Card Policies.
First, call our office at (509) 359-6184 and report your card as lost/stolen. We will deactivate your card to prevent it from being misused. If you find the card, be sure to call us back so that we can reactivate it.
Second, if you determine that the card will likely not be found and would like a replacement, visit the EagleCard Office to have a new one printed.
The EagleCard Office is open Monday through Friday, from 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM. We are located in 120 Tawanka Hall.
No, your newest EagleCard is your only valid card. You cannot use both or go back to an old card if you lose your current one. This is a security feature built into our system for the protection of our card holders and cannot be overridden.
Currently, students in Spokane must request an EagleCard from the main EWU campus in Cheney. Students can find updated EagleCard procedures due to COVID-19 here.
You may use your EagleCard at the Riverpoint and SIRTI computer labs.
You can also use your EagleCard as a bus pass on any Spokane Transit Authority (STA) route. For more information on this program, please see Card Services.
Your EagleCard does not store personal information like your social security number or date of birth.
Your EWU student ID number is programmed into the magnetic strip for official University use only.
Meal plans are not stored on the card itself, but you must use your card to access your meal plan account.