Concordia University Portland ID cards (also known as an "ID badge")may be used for building access, library checkout, and for dining services. You can get your ID card by visiting the Technology Service Center located in the Hagen Lobby.
You must have your G# (your MyCU ID) and an existing photo ID with you when you are coming to get your student ID.
Features of your Concordia ID
The Concordia University ID cards may be used for building access, library checkout, and for Dining Services charges. These features are outlined below. It also has your Concordia University ID number printed on the card. This number starting with the letter ‘G’ is how each person is identified in our administrative information system.
Below is a Sample of a Concordia employee ID. Student IDs and employee IDs are visually different and provide different access levels.
Depending on your status with the University, you will have varying access to building and rooms automatically. Below is information pertaining to what access each card has by default.
Should you need additional access, please let the Tech Center Employee know when you are getting your ID card.
Certain access may need supervisor approval.
All students have access to the Gym from 5:00 am to Midnight everyday. Students also have access to the Fine Arts Building (FAB) 6:00 am to Midnight.
Only students who live in the residence halls have card access to Neils Hall, Concordia Place, East Hall, Elizabeth Hall, and Weber Hall.
Students living in the residence halls, including the Holman apartments, have access to any residence hall buildings 24 hours-a-day.
- Access to residence halls is not given by ITS.
- Student Services controls access to the residence halls.
- Visit their office located in Hagen Campus Center should you need access
- Access to Faubion must be provided by Campus Safety. ITS cannot provide access to Faubion for students or employees.
Employee (faculty & staff) access
Faculty and Staff have 24 hour-a-day access Luther, GRW and the FAB.
Their access to the Gym is the same as students.
Faculty and staff do not have access to the residence halls.
Access to Faubion must be provided by Campus Safety. ITS cannot provide access to Faubion for students or employees.
A Concordia University ID card allows patrons to check out library materials from the CU library. Please visit the Library Circulation desk for more information.
Dining service uses
Students on meal plans use their ID card to swipe for meals as well as purchases from the Cav Corner and Café 1905.
- At the start of the term Student Services/IT notifies Sodexo of students who are on meal plans along with their card numbers.
- Sodexo makes sure their accounts are activated in the Dining Services System.
- Faculty and staff have the option of charging meals in Dining Services.
- The balance is paid monthly via payroll deduction.
- Faculty and staff desiring this function should request an account be set up with the Sodexo Office on the first floor of Hagen Campus Center.
- Students who are not on meal plans but would like to set up a declining balance on their Concordia University ID card can go to the Residence Life and pre-pay the amount they wish to have on their card.
Lost / Damaged IDs
Lost cards should be reported to the Tech Center immediately. The Tech Center will deactivate the building access for that card and notify Dining Services and the Library of the lost card. They in turn will deactivate the lost card in their systems.
Cards identified as 'lost' will no longer work in the library, building access or Dining Services. A new card can be obtained at the Tech Center in Hagen 206. Replacement cards will have a different internal number which necessitates all records in campus systems being updated with the new code.
The Concordia University ID number ("G-number") does not change.
Contact Sodexo to update your meal plan for your replacement card.
Replacement card fee
A fee of $10 may be assessed for the replacement of a lost ID card. This fee may be waived for replacements cards issued in the case of card failure due to normal wear and tear.