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Getting Your Mānoa One Card
Important Information: The new One Card system has added features to the UH Mānoa ID Card to include the new Mānoa One Card and the older UH Mānoa ID card. This means both versions of the card can now be managed on eAccounts and include features such as viewing transaction history, freezing a lost or stolen card, membership access to the Warrior Recreation Center, and more!
New Student Tip: You are eligible for your UH Mānoa ID as soon as you are registered for classes in the current semester.
Students obtain their UH Mānoa ID Card now known as the Mānoa One Card at the Campus Center ID and Information Office, after they have established a University of Hawai’i email account and registered for UH Mānoa classes. For most new students, this occurs during the orientation process. Any holds or financial obligations must be cleared before a UH Mānoa ID Card will be validated with applicable privileges. Students receive an initial card at no additional charge. Replacing lost or damaged cards a $25 non-refundable fee.
Faculty/Staff obtain their card after they have been entered as an employee by Human Resources, established a University of Hawai’i email account, and have been verified by the UH Identity Management Services. Faculty and Staff members will also receive an initial card at no additional charge, but there is non-refundable $25 fee for replacing lost or damaged cards. The ID Application for Faculty/Staff/Non-Regular Employees can be found here
One of the following forms of identification is required to be issued a Mānoa One Card:
Students who are enrolled in regular credit course work at UH Mānoa (regular students) and are degree seeking will be issued a Mānoa One Card and will be eligible for the privileges associated with the account. Students who are not degree seeking (non-regular students) and are attending non-credit classes, certification programs and other non-regular programs will receive a Mānoa One Card with an expiration date. Privileges will vary student to student based on specific services and fees tied to the card holder.
Your Mānoa One Card is used to verify your identity and to complete financial transactions. The card holder can and will be held liable for illegal use, and is responsible for immediately reporting a lost or stolen card.
Remember: The new card contains a near field communication (NFC) antenna, so punching holes or altering it in a damaging way will result in the cardholder being charged the $25 replacement fee.