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Campus Library FAQ: How do I get a library card?

Frequently asked questions at the UWB/CC Campus Library

UW Bothell: Your Library Card

Your UW ID card (Husky Card) serves as your library card. Use it when checking out books and materials from UW Libraries.

New UW Bothell students will receive an email with instructions on how to obtain their Husky Card. ID cards for new students, faculty, and staff will be issued in the lower level of Summit Hall from 9:00am-4:00pm, Monday-Friday. You will need to have your UW student/employee ID number and U.S. state- or federally-issued photo identification with you (such as a driver’s license or passport). Thy do not accept high school IDs.

Husky Card office staff prefer that the ID photo be taken in advance and uploaded here. This is not a requirement, however, and individuals can have their photos taken at Summit Hall.

To get a replacement card, email Include your name, Student ID number, mailing address, and reason for replacement. The non-refundable replacement card fee is $25 and the charge will be added to your student account. All replacement Husky Cards are mailed, and cannot be picked up at Summit Hall.

Learn more about Husky Card services HERE.

University of Washington Husky Card

Cascadia College: Your Library Card

Your Cascadia ID Card serves as your library card. Use it when checking out books and materials from UW Libraries.

New students, faculty, and staff can get their Cascadia ID cards at the Bock Learning Center (CC2-060) during the hours listed on their website. You can call the Bock Learning Center to check that ID card services are available at 425-352-8229. Please bring a government-issued ID with you to get your Cascadia ID card.

To get a replacement card, go back to the Bock Learning Center. Your first Cascadia ID card is free, but there is an $11 replacement fee.

Cascadia College Student ID Card

Learn more about Cascadia ID card services HERE.

UW Libraries Borrower's Card