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TCards and Photo Library Cards

What is it?

Your TCard (University of Toronto student ID card):

Your permanent University of Toronto Student Card is a photo ID smartcard which provides student identification for academic purposes, student activities and student services and which serves also as a Photo Library Card. The TCard also provides users the option to carry cash value in the computer chip, allowing the card to be used to purchase photocopies, computer printing, snacks and beverages at select locations on the University of Toronto campuses.

Your photo and signature will be captured and the TCard printed with your photograph, signature and academic division displayed. After the TCard is produced, your photo and signature will be deleted from the database within 24 hours. The TCard is an important, non-transferable document. Lost or stolen cards must be reported immediately to your Faculty or College Registrar and the card must be surrended if you withdraw from the university.

Managment of the card and the data associated with it is governed by the University of Toronto Policy on Access to Information and Protection of Privacy and the University of Toronto Policy on Access to Student Academic Records.

picture of the front of a photo library card

picture of the back of a photo library card



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