Student Business Services

Welcome to Texas A&M University’s Official MyAggieCard Application

The Aggie Card is your official ID at Texas A&M University. It shows your status as a member of the Aggie family. It is important for you to keep your Aggie Card on you at all times. It will allow you to access numerous campus services such as your assigned residence hall, the Rec Center, the library, dining halls and so much more!

Here you can deactivate a lost card, submit your ID card photo, and check on the status of your Aggie Card.

Attention:

Texas A&M University Information Technology manages the NetID authentication system and requires users to change their NetID password at regular intervals. Failure to change your password as required will affect your ability to log in to this application.

Lost Aggie Card

The web deactivation feature is provided as a way for you to immediately deactivate your Aggie Card in the event that your card is lost or stolen. By deactivating your Aggie Card online you will be "turning off" all functions of your Aggie Card. You must come in person to the Aggie Card Office (General Services Complex, Suite 2801) to replace or reactivate your Aggie Card/account. Click the button below if you are sure you want to deactivate your Aggie Card.

Login and Deactivate My Card

Online Photo Submission

Students (Non-Distance Education, Existing and New)

*Please note, if you are a new incoming student (this includes transfer students) you must have registered for a New Student Conference. If you have not registered for a New Student Conference your information will not be in our ID card system, and therefore you will not be eligible to submit your photo online.

Step One: Log into myaggiecard.tamu.edu using your NetID username and password.

Step Two: Click on the Request New Student ID Card after logging into myaggiecard.tamu.edu with your NetID username and password. Verify the information on the screen is correct. Then click one of the following choices provided:

  • New 1st Time Aggie ID Card
  • Replacement ID Card (Lost or Stolen)
  • Replacement ID Card (Normal Wear & Tear)

Then you must check the box indicating you understand a fee will be charged to your student account if your current Aggie ID card is not provided to staff when picking up your new ID card. You cannot have two cards in your possession, and only your new ID card will be active.

Next, click Submit.

Step Three: Select the Upload Photo button

Step Four: Review photo submission instructions (this includes the criteria your photo must meet in order to be accepted) and select Begin Submission Process.

Step Five: Complete Photo Submission (Step by step instructions are provided on this page to submit your photo)

Step Six: Wait to receive email notifying if your photo was accepted or denied. If it is denied, the email will state the reason why it was denied and you can then submit a new photo, which meets all requirements, at the same web address. The new photo will upload over the current photo posted and the Aggie Card Office will receive automatic notification a new photo has been submitted. Once the new photo is reviewed, you will receive email communications verifying the status for that photo.

Please note that your ID card will not be ready until after you have received the official accepted email from the Aggie Card Office.

Step Seven: Pick up Aggie ID Card at New Student Conference (if attending), or pick up at the Aggie Card Office located in Student Business Services in the General Services Complex, Suite 2801.

You are required to bring government issued photo identification when picking up your new Aggie Card. Your Aggie Card cannot be mailed to you.

Ready to submit your photo?

LOGIN or read our FAQs for more information

Faculty/Staff/Retirees/Visiting Scholars/Texas A&M University Affiliates

You must have your supervisor or HR Liaison submit the ID Card Request Form on your behalf prior to you submitting your photo online. You will not be able to submit a photo until this has been completed.

Your supervisor or HR Liaison can complete the form and submit it online by following these steps:

  1. Go to myaggiecard.tamu.edu
  2. Login using your NetID username and password
  3. Click on the My Aggie Card drop down menu at the top of your screen
  4. Select Request New ID Card for Employee
  5. Complete the online form and submit

Once the form has been submitted on your behalf, you will then have the Submit Online Photo option under the My Aggie Card drop down menu at the top of your screen. You will click the link and follow the instructions on the Online Photo Submission page.

When your photo has been reviewed, you will receive an email stating whether it was approved or denied via your official Texas A&M University email address. If it is denied, the email will state the reason why it was denied and you can then submit a new photo, which meets all requirements, at the same web address. The new photo will upload over the current photo posted and the Aggie Card Office will receive automatic notification a new photo has been submitted. Once the new photo is reviewed, you will receive email communications verifying the status for that photo.

Please note that your ID card will not be ready until after you have received the official accepted email from the Aggie Card Office.

You are required to bring government issued photo identification when picking up your new Aggie Card. Your Aggie Card cannot be mailed to you.

Ready to submit your photo?

LOGIN or read our FAQs for more information

Distance Education Students

Since we are not able to verify your identity in person, you will be issued a Distance Education Aggie ID card. This card does not contain your photo. You are not eligible to submit a photo online. The Distance Education Aggie ID card must be presented with another form of official government issued photo identification whenever used to verify identity. You can request your official Distance Education Aggie ID card by emailing aggiecard@tamu.edu. Your Distance Education Aggie ID Card will be mailed to you at the address you have on file with the university.