Frequently Asked Questions
If you are experiencing any problems with your Campus Card, please let us know: Report a Problem.
To obtain your first Rambler Card you will need to come to either our Lakeshore or Water Tower Campus Card Office locations with a government-issued photo ID (i.e., drivers' license, state ID or passport). Our staff will verify your identity, take your photo and print your Rambler Card. THere is no fee for your first Rambler Card.
The Rambler Card is a photo identification card for all members of the Loyola University community. It enables access to buildings and other facilities (including Halas Sports Center, the Intercampus Shuttle, and the Campus Libraries), and can be used to pay for dining, books, printing, parking, vending, along with many other services on- and off-campus.
- Keep your card away from keys and key chains
- Avoid exposing your card to water
- Avoid contact with other magnetic objects
- Keep your card in your wallet or purse (for best protection) when not in use
The $25.00 replacement fee is waived in the case of a theft, if a police report is obtained. Your replacement Rambler Card can be issued without the police report; however, you must contact to the Card Office within one week and supply the police municipality and report number. This information can be provided via phone at 773.508.2273 or email at email@example.com. If you do not provide the required information within the one-week grace period, then the $25.00 replacement fee will be charged to your student account in LOCUS.
Please keep in mind that you can also file the police report with Loyola’s Campus Safety.
No, you should not need to take any action. Your new Rambler Card information will transfer to all pertinent systems, including building access, parking, and library. This process can take up to one business day, but generally happens sooner.
Rambler Bucks can be added as follows:
- With check at the Bursar's Office:
- Lakeshore Campus: Sullivan Center, Suite 190
- Water Tower Campus: Corboy Law Center, Lobby
- With cash at a ValuePort Locations:
- Baumhart Hall - 1st Floor, Water Tower Campus
- Corboy Law Center - Lower Level, Water Tower Campus
- Corboy Law Center - Lewis Library Room 625, Water Tower Campus
- Cudahy Library - 1st Floor, Lakeshore Campus
- Damen Student Center - 1st Floor, Lakeshore Campus
- Information Commons - 1st Floor, Lakeshore Campus
- Simpson Living Learning Center - 1st Floor, Lakeshore Campus
- Sullivan Center for Student Services - 1st Floor, Lakeshore Campus
- University Mailroom - 1st Floor, Lakeshore Campus
Yes, refunds for remaining Rambler Bucks balances can be requested at any time. A one-time processing fee of $25.00 per request will be applied to each refund, to be paid out of the existing Rambler Bucks balance. For more information about Rambler Bucks refunds, visit our Rambler Bucks Policies page.
The Office of the Bursar cashier accepts checks only, and there is a $50.00 minimum required in order to process.
There are a few steps you can take to overcome troubles you may run into when trying to log into the Online Card office:
- Go directly to the Online Card Office (https://get.cbord.com/luc/) as opposed to linking through LOCUS.
- Be sure you are using Chrome or Firefox as your web browser. The Online Card Office is incompatible with Safari.
- Reset your password at https://lpss.luc.edu/SelfService
If none of these steps resolve your troubles, please contact the Campus Card Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 773.508.2273.
Yes, meal plan change requests are accepted each semester. Please be aware of the deadlines for such change requests. Students who wish to change their meal plan can visit the Forms page to do so. The Campus Card Office or the Department of Residence Life can assist with specific meal plan questions or direct you as needed.
Access to University buildings and facilities is authorized in various ways, and a collaborative effort across our campuses.
- If a cardholder previously had access and no longer does, please visit the Campus Card Office.
- If a student cannot access a classroom or academic space, please contact the respective department.
- If a cardholder is trying to access a new area, a Security Log Access Request should be submitted on the individual's behalf requesting and providing justification for such access.
For further assistance, the Campus Card Office can assist in ensuring that the card itself is functioning properly, and assist in directing next steps.
General issues with any funds (Meal Plans, Rambler Bucks, Print Funds) on your Rambler Card can be addressed by the Campus Card Office.
Specific issues with printing stations should be addressed with the appropriate computer lab personnel, particularly for print refunds requests.
Campus Transportation offers daily and extended period parking permits to be purchased by students, employees and guests of the University. Please contact their office for additional information.
The Rambler Card is a photo identification card, and intended to be used only by the individual it is identifying. Further, all members of the University community are expected to abide by University standards as outlined for students and employees. Violation of these standards can result in consequences as outlined. If criminal intent or behavior is suspected, Campus Safety may investigate further.
Alumni are welcome to request an Alumni Card that will identify them as an Alumni member of the Loyola Community. Alumni cards can be requested at either of the Campus Card locations.
For more information about the Alumni Card and the benefits it provides, please contact the Department of Alumni Relations at LUC-ALUM@LUC.edu or 800.5.LOYOLA, or visit their website.
Guests of the University can receive a Rambler Card if authorized by a member of the Loyola Community. This request and process is referred to as "Non-Affiliated Person" (NAP), and will generate a Loyola ID # and UVID which is required to receive a Rambler Card. Once the NAP request has been submitted to Information Technology Services and a confirmation email is received, the individual can visit either Campus Card Office locations to receive a Rambler Card.
Once the card is issued, an authorizing member of the University Community should submit the Security Log Access Request on the individual's behalf requesting and providing justification for such access.