As a student you are required to have an ECU student ID card. Other than identifying you as a student, your card can be used to borrow books from the library, borrow multimedia equipment and add funds for printing and laminating.
To get a student ID card, visit one of our Multimedia Resources counters.
For counter service times, see our Support and advice page.
Your photograph will be taken and your card will be produced while you wait.
Download and complete the ‘Application for external student ID card’ form.
Send this, along with a passport style photo of yourself, to the address listed on the form, either via post or email.
Please note that your student ID card is not an access card. It will not give you entry to areas outside of normal operating hours.
Access cards are available through the Campus Support Office. For more information, see the Student access cards page.
ECU ID cards are printed on the back of SmartRider cards to enable convenient access to the WA public transport system. Students who are eligible for tertiary concessions can obtain the concession fare by filling out the “Transperth consent Declaration” form.
If you already have a Transperth SmartRider card, you can have this function transferred onto the back of your student ID card by contacting Transperth directly on 13 62 13.
For more information and to check your eligibility for a SmartRider card, please visit the Transperth Tertiary SmartRider website.
If your student ID card has a SmartRider card on the back, report it to Transperth as lost so your remaining balance is kept safe. Then visit one of our Multimedia Resources counters to obtain a new card.
Replacement cards cost $10 unless:
Once you have the new card contact Transperth to transfer the old balance to it.
If you would like more information or wish to lodge a request or report an incident, please contact the IT Service Desk.