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The New
Kennesaw
State
University

Campus Card

Thank you all who visited the Convocation Center for your new Campus Card.

We will continue re-carding at Card Services during our normal business hours of:

  • Monday: 7:30 AM - 6:30 PM
  • Tuesday: 7:30 AM - 6:30 PM
  • Wednesday: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Thursday: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday: 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM

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Q&A

As a student at Kennesaw State, you have access to many services with your student ID card. This year the card has been upgraded, and you are required to pick one up!

Click on the the Questions below for Answers to the new card transition.

A: No, you will not be required to pay for a new Campus Card if you turn in your old KSU ID card when picking up your new card. If you have lost your current KSU ID card, you will be charged a $20 lost ID replacement fee since you are required to turn in your old ID card.

A: The gold stripe is used to access KSU services such as door access, meal plan swipes, KCash machines, and retail register transactions. The black stripe is used for non-KSU services such as Fifth Third Bank ATMs, Cirrus Network ATMs, and PIN-based debit transactions. The third technology, a hidden smart chip, is embedded within the cards to be used with the new tap and go card readers on campus.

A: No, but if you are interested, talk to a representative in the Remote On Campus Concierge (ROCC) office located in the Student Center.

A: Yes!
  • Convenience: With just one card, you can access campus facilities, use your meal plan, and make PIN-based debit card purchases. There’s no need to juggle multiple cards anymore.

  • Secure: Since a PIN is required to make purchases, it’s safer than carrying cash.

  • On-Site Concierge Customer Service Center: Opening soon on the 2nd floor of the student center outside of the Card Services Center.

  • On-Site ATMs: With six Fifth Third Bank ATMs on campus, it’s easy to access money when you need it. ATMs are conveniently located in the Carmichael Student Center, The Commons, the Convocation Center, and Fifth Third Bank Stadium.


A: No. On September 30, 2013 the old IDs will be invalid for transactions.

A: NO. Our Campus Cards use Mifare technology. Other Universities use what is called RFID technology. This technology is less secure and easier to hack into than Mifare technology.

A: No. Now that we have a co-branded Campus Card with Fifth Third Bank, College Affinity ID's are no longer offered.