Students enrolled exclusively in online courses at UMM must be registered for classes a minimum of 24 hours prior to obtaining a U Card.

Note: University entitlements are based on current status only, not future status.

Online students can request a U Card in person, via USPS or via email

In person: Visit our office to obtain your U Card in person. Be prepared to have your picture taken. Digital photos are taken as part of the card issuance process. Be sure to bring a government issued photo ID, which must be presented at the time of card issuance (driver's license, state ID, military ID, tribal ID or passport are accepted).

Via USPS: Students may submit a current (taken within the last year), standard size (2"x2" up to 2 1/4" x 3 1/2"), passport quality photo (use photo quality guidelines below) and a copy of a valid government issued photo ID (driver's license, state ID, military ID, tribal ID or passport).

Photos and copies of government issued photo IDs can be submitted via USPS to:

U Card Office
205 Behmler
600 East 4th Street
Morris, MN 56267

Please include the return address where your U Card should be mailed.

Via email: Students may submit a current (taken within the last year) photo (use photo quality guidelines below) in the form of a .jpg or .jpeg file. Please include a copy of a valid government issued photo ID (driver's license, state ID, military ID, tribal ID or passport) in the form of a .jpg or .jpeg file as well. Email your two photos to ummucard@morris.umn.edu.

Please include the return address where your card should be mailed.

Photo Requirements

  1. At least 600 pixels by 600 pixels or 2” x 2” photo in JPEG format.
  2. Use a plain white, off-white or light gray background, free of patterns, objects, textures, etc. (No trees, bricks, windows, grass, stairs, wood, doors, etc.)
  3. Image of face and shoulders facing forward. Do NOT zoom in on face. Leave space around the sides of your face and the top of your head.
  4. Clear image in color without any added filters, effects or clip art.
  5. Use good lighting. No overexposed photos.
  6. A clear, unobstructed, front view of the full head and shoulders. No hands can be touching the face or in the image. Eyes must be open.
  7. A photo of the student alone in normal street attire with no hats, sunglasses, hand symbols or pets in photo (religious head coverings are acceptable).
  8. Recent (less than one year old).

If you are cropping a photo to look like the example, be aware cropped photos can become pixilated and will not be accepted.

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