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How to get your myCard

How to get your myCard

Update: August 24, 2021

Students must upload their picture to Once this is done a notification will be sent to the email with an approved or disapproved message. If the picture is approved you will be able to pick up your myCard on campus, beginning September 7, 2021, between 10:00am and 2:00pm at the main entrance of your campus. Please make sure to bring government ID when picking up your myCard.

Update: July 29, 2020

As the college has begun to allow students on campus to complete lab work required for graduation and course completion, the myCard team will be printing cards required for access to our campuses at no cost. Please contact the myCard office at to request a replacement for your lost or damaged myCard. (Include your full name, student number and the campus you will be attending). Replacement cards will be available at the appropriate check-in point for your campus.

Refunds are still being processed at this point with a $50.00 administration fee in effect.

Update: June 9, 2020

As the college is currently closed, we have decided that no cards will be printed or handed out at the current time.

We are also currently processing refunds for students as they are requested with no administration fee of $50.00 but the cut off date (as of right now is June 30) and then the fee will come back in to effect.

How to get your Virtual myCard



Download the TouchNet OneCard App

Download the TouchNet OneCard App for Apple or Android.


Agree to the End User License Agreement


Search for Centennial College and choose Centennial College from the search results below the search box


Select the Account Type box for more options


Scroll down to myCentennial ID and press Select Account Type


In the Account textbox, enter your student number. In Password/PIN, enter your myCentennial password.


Sign in