Your Marietta College ID card is used to access residential buildings, your dining services and meal plans, vending machines, and printing access. You are only given access to the building you live in with your ID card.
Your ID card allows you to print at the Library’s two printing stations, Thomas, Bartlett, Selby, Herman, Irwin, and the ARC computer labs. Your card will be given two accounts, declining balance and printing. Each student will be allotted $25.00 for printing from their ID card at the beginning of each semester. This equals approximately 500 FREE print copies, depending on if you are printing in black and white or color, and the size of the paper used. This money is replaced at the end of the semester with next semester’s $25.00. Note: This money does not carry over to following semesters.
Please visit eBill (accesses via the links on the Student Accounts Website) to add money to your account.
eBill can be accesses via the links on the Student Accounts Website. Please visit the site to grant parents or other access to your account by setting them up as "authorized users."
You may review your transaction history by clicking the "TRANSACTION HISTORY" link located on the left hand side of the Manage My ID site.
Black and white printing costs 5 cents, while color printing costs 35 cents a page. Duplexing, or printing on the front and back of the page gives 10% savings. Larger sized paper also has an increase on cost, depending on the size.
The Datatel ID is your ID number found on the front of your ID card.
There are two ways:
- Go to the College Police Department office next to the Gathering Place. This will allow you to deactivate your old card and receive a new one at the same time.
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- Log in to theManage My ID site and click "REPORT A LOST CARD" on the left hand side of the page. Note: Once you do this, your card will be deactivated until you are issued a new one from CPS.
The College Police Department office next to the Gathering Place can provide you with a replacement ID card in the event of lost, stolen or broken ID cards. There may be a fee associated with replacement, depending on how it was broken.
Jenny Boggs x4895 in the College Police department should be able to answer any questions about ID cards. Her email address is email@example.com. Please do not contact the Student Accounts department with questions about ID cards as they will be unable to help you.