J-Card

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J-Card

It’s your ID. It’s your library card. It’s your key. It’s your wallet. It’s your J-Card.

The J-Card Office is now in Wyman Park, Room 171. We are issuing new and replacement J-Cards for Homewood students, faculty and staff. Passport photos and some other services are unavailable at this time.

Please note the JCard Office cannot accept cash at this time. We accept all major credit and debit cards as well as J-Cash.

Email jcard@jhu.edu or call 410.516.5121 with any questions or concerns.

The J-Card gets you into residence halls, the library, academic buildings, and other campus facilities. It’s also as good as cash: You can store money on your J-Card and use it to buy food and other items on and off campus. Make copies, do laundry, buy a pizza: It’s accepted by more than a dozen businesses in Charles Village.

Want to obtain a J-Card? Need to replace a lost or stolen card? We are here to help!

Your J-Card…now on your phone!

With the new J-Card Mobile Credential, Homewood students can use their iPhone, Apple Watch, or Android device to get into their residence hall, print documents at the library, pay for lunch, or shop at the book store. Learn more about Mobile Credential.

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