Marist ID/Marist Money
Now Marist Money deposits can be made online. You, family, or friends can add Marist Money via a credit card to your student ID card. By clicking the Make a Deposit link at the left of the screen you may make a Marist Money deposit online using your Master, Visa or Discover card. Sorry, Amex is not accepted.
Marist College Photo ID Card
- is your personal college identification card
- is your college library card
- grants students admission to college activities and events
- grants you check cashing privileges at Marist College
- enables access to Marist Money services
- is your Dining Service card
- secures residence hall access
- grants students access to off campus merchants (Deli, Pizza, Restaurants,etc.)
Marist Card Services - ID Card Photo Statement
Marist College maintains a campus identification (ID) system for the purpose of identification and access to various campus services, programs and facilities.
All photos in the campus ID system are under the ownership of Marist College. By taking your photo ID, you understand and consent that the photo of yourself for your Marist College ID card may be kept by Marist College and used for educational and other college related purposes only.
Getting Your Marist ID Card
First year resident and commuter students will receive their ID card during Freshman Orientation. Please be ready to have your photo taken and bring your eight digit campus wide ID number.
If you do not attend Orientation, resident students will receive their card on move in day at Card Services, Donnelly Hall (DN) 241. Commuter students and transfer students have an Orientation session the Sunday after move in day and can come to Card Services, Donnelly Hall (DN) 241 for an ID card.
For Staff and Faculty once they have submitted their signed contract to Human Resources they can receive a campus ID card within 24 hours by coming to DN241 for their photo ID card.
There is a responsibility to appropriately use and safeguard the College's property. This includes but is not limited to the campus identification card. Use of another's identification card by unauthorized persons causes a serious breach in the security measures designed to protect all members of the campus community.
If you require access to dorms, library, gym, etc. you will need to go to The Office of Safety and Security for access. The Card Office is unable to provide door access. For Marist employees requiring access to restricted areas (other than dorms) please see your supervisor or manager. Building access and Parking Permits are issued by the Office of Safety and Security.
Summer programs, conferences,contractors, and vendors, (those that are not registered students, faculty or staff employees) will receive a unique white card. The contractor or vendor must have their Marist College point of contact complete an ID card only form which can be found at www.marist.edu/it/forms requesting a contractor/vendor ID card. Bring the completed request to the help desk located in Donnelly Hall and a campus wide ID number will be assigned within 24 hours. Once the Marist point of contact has the campus wide ID number for the contractor or vendor they will bring that back to the Card Office to take a photo ID and receive the card.
Marist ID Card Replacements
Identification cards are an important part of our campus security program. The ID cards serve many purposes. They permit the use of various services and facilities around campus. They allow access to secure work areas and provide a means of identification as people move about student or restricted access areas. For identity purposes, only students that are registered for classes can receive a valid identification card.
To emphasize the seriousness of the College's commitment to a safe campus and the level of care people should take to keep their identification cards from being used by unauthorized persons, there is a $15.00 replacement fee. This is charged to anyone for the replacement of a lost identification card. Please visit the Marist Card Office for replacement ID cards.
Marist Card Services Hours & Contact
* Location: DN 241
* Telephone: (845) 575 -3550
* Email: email@example.com
* Marist Money Deposit Hours: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday
* Campus Photo ID Card or ID Card Replacement Hours: 08:30 am to 05:00 pm Monday - Friday
* The Office is open every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month (except holiday weekends) from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
During the Summer:
Monday - Friday for Deposits 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday for IDs 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday - Closed
Marist Money is a convenient, prepaid money management account which allows you to enjoy campus wide purchasing power.
The advantage to Marist Money is you never need to carry cash, as your student ID card also serves as your Marist Money Card.
How does the account work?
Funds in your Marist Money account can be used for purchases in the college bookstore, post office, the digital publication center (copies, faxes), campus coffee shops, the Cabaret, main dining hall, computer store, college activities (ticket sales, trips), and selected off campus merchants.
Your funds are placed in an account that only your activated Marist College I.D. card can access. Each time you insert your card into a reader your account balance is decreased by the amount of that sale. The system then informs you of your account balance.
NO CASH WITHDRAWALS ARE AVAILABLE FROM THE MARIST MONEY ACCOUNT. MARIST MONEY CANNOT BE USED TO PURCHASE ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, LOTTERY TICKETS, GIFT CARDS OR GIFT CERTIFICATES.
You may add funds via credit card , in person, over the phone or online. You can make a deposit with a check, money order, or cash. Checks or money orders must be made out to Marist Money. Please include the student's CWID number on the check or money order.
If you have other questions about Marist Money or would like more information, please call Marist Card Services at (845) 575-3550 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To Check Marist Money Balance:
You can check your card balance on My Marist portal or here: http://www.marist.edu/maristmoney/statement.html