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The Rambler Card is your key to many services at Loyola. Use your Rambler Card to access your meal plan, gain access to campus buildings and identify yourself to other Loyola students, faculty and staff.

The Campus Card Office

The Rambler Card is Loyola's official identification card and identifies all members of the Loyola community.

Faculty and staff are issued a Rambler Card upon authorization of their respective offices. Prior to visiting the Card Office, all new faculty and staff are encouraged to confirm the issuance of his/her Loyola Identification Number (or LID), which authorizes them to receive a Rambler Card. At that time, he/she may visit either of our Campus Card Office locations.

Likewise, once a student is registered for classes, he/she can visit the Campus Card Office to be issued his/her Rambler Card. Students attending orientation are usually issued a Rambler Card as part of the program's schedule.

The Rambler Card automatically provides access to the university shuttle bus and campus libraries. Additionally, other campus facilities (i.e. the Halas Recreation Center, the Parking Garages) use the Rambler Card as a membership card to gain access.

Departments can also grant specific cardholders access to computer labs and other campus buildings by notifying the Department of Campus Safety.

The Rambler Card also houses student Meal Plans, and acts as a pre-paid debit card with Rambler Bucks. The Rambler Card can be used at on-campus dining facilities, either campus bookstore, vending machines, parking facilities, campus copy centers, select off-campus restaurants, along with numerous other locations.

Loyola

Campus Card Office
6339 N. Sheridan Road, Sullivan Center, Rm. 198 · Lake Shore Campus · Phone: (773) 508-2273
25 E. Pearson Street, Corboy Law Center, Lobby · Water Tower Campus · Phone: (312) 915-7756

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