The Northeastern Husky Card is the official identification card of Northeastern University. The Husky Card is issued to students, faculty, staff, alumni, contractors, conference attendees, orientations and more. Along with identification, the Husky Card is also used for building/dorm access, parking, laundry, printing, vending, off- and on-campus vendors, dining, library book check-out, discounts and more!
The Husky Card can also be used as a debit card! When you add money to your Husky Dollar account, you will be able to pay for food and services at hundreds of locations in and around the university.
Husky Cards are considered a valid form of identification in Massachusetts. A government issued photo ID must be presented at the time of receiving your Husky Card. Failure to comply with the policies of the university or the Husky Card Office may result in judicial action.
There is a $15 nonrefundable fee to replace a lost or stolen Husky Cards. The fee will be billed to your tuition account, or you can make the payment at the Cashier's Office, 354 Richards Hall, and bring your receipt to the Office of the Registrar, 120 Hayden Hall, to obtain your new Husky Card.
If your most recent Husky Card is broken, you may exchange the card for a new one free of charge provided you submit your broken card at the time you request the replacement card. Submitting the broken card at a later time will not entitle you to a reversal of prior card-replacement charges. The name and number on the card must match the most recent card in the system in order to receive a free replacement card. Students who submit a broken card without the number on the card are not eligible for a free replacement card.