Patrick Power Library

ID Card Application

you may use this online form to request a Univerity Identification Card.

Please note that electronically submitted ID requests take one business day to process. All applicants will be notified when the card is ready for pick up.

Students applying for a University Identification Card must bring a photo ID (such as a Driver’s License or Passport) and your Banner number (i.e., A number) to the Library to receive your ID card.  

Students will also be required to complete Student ID Form before the ID card is issued.

Saint Mary’s faculty and staff may also apply for ID cards either in person or electronically. All faculty and staff are required to fill out a Staff and Faculty ID Request Form. This form must be signed off by the Department Head and presented before an ID card is issued.

Please  Review University Identification Card policy


Please enter your information and upload your own identification photo. Please read the picture requirements to ensure that your picture will be acceptable.

Photo Requirements

  • Photo must be in color - passport photos are best.
  • A clear, high contrast image of your head and shoulders only, of about 300 pixels wide by 450 pixels high.
  • Face must be clearly visible and facing forward - no profile shots, sunglasses or hats.
  • Student must be the only person in the picture.
  • Photograph must have a uniform (preferably white) light-colored background.
  • Nothing can be touching your face.
  • The picture file must be in jpg/jpeg format.
  • The photo file size must not be more than 1 Megabyte.

Photos that do not meet the above requirement will not be processed.

* = Required Field

A#: *

First Name:

Last Name:

Email Address:
Home Telephone Number:

I am a:*

Select Image File:

your image

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