The digital Jasper Card is stored on your smartphone, and is a companion to your Manhattan College ID card. The digital Jasper Card enables students to make purchases using only their smartphone at all campus dining halls and retail locations. To activate your digital Jasper Card, download the Glance MC App, click on the Jasper Card link and sign in with your JasperNet ID and password. IPhone users can save their digital card to their wallet by simply tapping the "Add to Wallet" button at the bottom of their digital card.
All in-person students and employees need a physical ID card in order to access campus. See below for information about obtaining a card.
New undergraduate students starting in the fall semester will take a photo during summer orientation and receive their ID card at the New Student Convocation, which is part of the fall semester Opening Weekend. Students beginning in the spring semester obtain their IDs during mid-year orientation in January.
Employees may visit the ID office to obtain their ID Card. A valid photo identification such as a driver’s license or passport is required.
In-person students: In-person students may visit the ID office to obtain their ID Card. A valid photo identification such as a driver’s license or passport is required.
Remote students: Students enrolled in fully-online graduate programs are generally not issued a campus ID card unless they specifically request one. If a remote student downloads the Glance MC app and uploads a photo, the Glance MC serves as a digital ID card. However, if a remote student does visit campus and plans to use campus facilities such as the O'Malley Library and campus fitness center, a physical ID card will be issued can be obtained by visiting the ID card office.
The ID Card Office is located in Thomas Hall, Second Floor, Room 202.
The hours are Monday to Friday from 10:30 a.m. until 6 p.m.
During winter intersession and summer sessions, the ID Office Hours/Services are by appointment only. Please make an appointment in advance by emailing email@example.com or calling (718) 862-8326.
Questions or concerns about ID cards? Visit the ID Office or contact Charles Lippolis by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at (718) 862-8326.