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CatCard Operations

The CatCard Office, a part of the Division of Student Affairs, is located in Brown Hall and it's hours are 8am-5pm, Monday through Friday. If you have questions you may contact us at catcard@wcu.edu.

Please note that CatCard operations for the Fall 2020 semester are by appointment only. Please review the information below for additonal details:

Residential Students

If you are a residential student and submitted your photo through MyWCU, your CatCard will be given to you with your move-in packet and room key.

If you did not submit a photo using MyWCU, or if you need a replacement CatCard, you will need to make an appointment with the CatCard Office to produce and receive your CatCard.

Please Note: You must inform Residential Living staff that you do not have your CatCard during move-in and so that you may be provided with a temporary access card.

Make an appointment to obtain your CatCard

Commuter Students

If you are a commuter student and submitted your photo through MyWCU, your card can be picked up at the Brown Hall main office during our regular business hours.

If you did not submit a photo using MyWCU, or if you need a replacement CatCard, you will need to make an appointment with the CatCard Office to produce and receive your CatCard.

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO OBTAIN YOUR CATCARD

Biltmore Park Students

Students should email catcard@wcu.edu with their 92 student ID number, a portrait photo, and their mailing address. Submitted photos must not be altered by third party applications, must be front-facing on a neutral background, and, generally, in compliance with DMV standards. The CatCard office will produce the card and mail to the address included in the email.

Continuing Student 

If your card was lost/damaged/stolen, you will need to make an appointment to receive a replacement CatCard.

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO Replace YOUR CATCARD

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