Concordia debit cards
What is a Concordia debit card?
Concordia debit cards are used instead of cash in the Concordia Libraries for:
- Making photocopies
- Printing from computer workstations
- Purchasing DVDs from vending machines
- DVDs may be purchased for 75 cents
- Printing from microform machines
The cards fall under the jurisdiction of Concordia University Digital Store.
How much does the card cost?
A Concordia Debit Card costs $1.
You must then add money to your card. You may add value in increments of $1 or more.
However, do not add too much money to your card at once, in case you lose it (there is
no identification on the card).
Where can I get a Concordia debit card?
- SGW Campus
- Vending machines located on the first floor of the McConnell Library Building
- Lobby of the Visual Arts (VA) Building, opposite the Security Desk
- If you already have a card and just need to recharge it, there is a machine on the 9th floor
of the Hall Building, opposite H925 (the IITS Service Desk). Takes a minimum of 5$ only.
- Loyola Campus
- Vending machine located on the first floor of the Vanier Library
- Science Complex (SP), first floor near the cafe
The vending machines do not provide change or receipts. Debit cards can be purchased on research funds or grants,
or on departmental accounts at the Digital Stores on either campus.
Questions/comments about the card
Contact the Digital Store on either campus if you have problems with your debit card.
page last updated on: Tuesday 5 February 2013