Each University of Notre Dame Australia student, whether domestic, international, study abroad, part-time or full-time, should have a University Student ID Card. You are eligible for a Student ID Card if you have a current UNDA enrolment and have been issued with a student ID number. It is not compulsory to have a Student ID Card, however, please discuss your options with staff from Student Administration.
University ID cards will allow you to:
- prove your identity as a student on campus and at examinations
- store monetary values for printing and photocopying in the Library (all monetary values on ID cards are non-refundable)
- borrow books from University libraries
- obtain student transport concession in conjunction with relevant State requirements (NSW only)
How to obtain an ID card
There is no charge for your initial ID card, however, if you lose your ID card and require a replacement, you will have to pay $20.00 via the Notre Dame Payment Gateway.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
For students who have had their ID card stolen, if you have reported it to the authorities, a police report number will suffice in order to receive a replacement card with no charge. If you have any further questions regarding the above, please contact:
- Student Administration: firstname.lastname@example.org
Concession Opal Card
Sydney Campus Domestic students undertaking full time study and who are studying on-campus are eligible to receive travel concession on public transport by obtaining a Concession Opal Card. Students travelling outside the Opal Network are also required to carry a Transport Concession Entitlement Card.
Further information is included in the attached NSW Travel Concession (Concession Opal Card) guide, and students also need to complete and return an Application for a NSW Tertiary Student Concession form to the Student Admin team before applying for a Concession Opal Card. Completed Application for a NSW Tertiary Student Concession forms can be sent via email to email@example.com or delivered in person to the main Campus Reception (Ground Floor, Pioneer House (NDS5)).