The TigerOne Card is the official Clemson University ID Card for students and employees.
As the official ID card, the TigerOne Card is an identity tool for the safety and security of our campus. It should be in your possession at all times and presented upon request to any University official. The TigerOne Card is non-transferrable and may not be altered in any way.
The TigerOne Card can be used in a variety of ways such as TigerStripe - a declining balance account for goods and services at on- and off-campus retail locations, Paw Points - a declining balance account for all on-campus dining and retail locations, PawPrints, residence hall access, meal plan access, Cooper Library access, Fike Recreation Center access, and Athletic Ticket Privilege access.
Your valid TigerOne Card provides you access to facilities, programs and services offered by the University.
The TigerOne Card is the only card that can do all these things!
You can Deposit TigerStripe funds (up to $500) to your TigerOne Card at any time. It acts as a pre-deposited declining balance account that can be used on campus and off campus at participating TigerStripe Merchant locations. Deposits can be made online via the Online TigerOne Card Office; by phone (864) 656-0763 with a credit card; in our TigerOne Card Services Office; through a Value Transfer Station (VTS) machine using cash only; 1, 5, 10, or 20 bills.
University ID Card
Your TigerOne Card is your official University ID. Many departments use a TigerOne Card as a means to grant access to their information and services; your TigerOne Card is a vital part of campus life. Always remember to carry your TigerOne Card with you at all times and protect your TigerOne Card. It is your key, your checkbook, and your identity. Don't loan it or lose it!
Meal Plans / Dining Halls
Your TigerOne Card provides you access to your Meal Plan and Paw Points. For more information regarding Meal Plan options or Paw Points, contact Dining at (864) 656-2295 or visit the Dining Website.
The Library requires the barcode on the back of your TigerOne Card to check out books.
Your TigerOne Card may be used to obtain access to various academic buildings, computer labs, or Residence Halls on campus. Your card will, however, only provide access to a building or lab to which you have been specifically authorized. *Residence hall exterior doors are locked 24 hours a day seven days a week. Residence hall students have 24-hour card access to their own building.
Your valid TigerOne Card provides you access to most of the facilities, programs and services offered by Campus Recreation. If your fees are paid and you are a student taking 6 hours or more in the fall and/or spring semesters and 3 hours in the summer, you may gain entrance to facilities, register for programs and check out equipment. You may use TigerStripe funds to purchase guest passes, rent a locker or even purchase a drink from one of the vending machines.Athletics
Your TigerOne Card allows you access into all Athletic Olympic Sporting events except for football and basketball.
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