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WVU Tech Student ID
Your WVU Tech student ID is your official identification card and is an important resource. Use it access special student events and services on campus. Present it to select businesses to receive student discounts. It also serves as your meal plan card for use in the Bears Den and the Tech Spot.
The WVU Tech ID card is part of Mountaineer Card services.
Mountaineer Card Services:
The official photo identification card of the University is known as the Mountaineer Card. It provides access to University-provided services, buildings and events. It also works as a debit card, so guard it as you would any bank-issued ATM card. You can add funds to your account and manage your Mountaineer Card at mymountaineercard.wvu.edu.
How do I get a WVU Tech Student ID?
After you have been admitted to the University, please visit the One-Stop Shop in the Benedum Center, room 110, to get your student ID.
Per WVU’s Identification Card Policy 188.8.131.52, valid identification documents must be presented to the One-Stop Shop staff prior to obtaining a University Identification Card. Valid identification documents include a state-issued ID, driver’s license, or passport.
The full Identification Card Policy can be found
What is Mountie Bounty and how to deposit money to it?
Mountie Bounty is a convenient debit plan that allows you to place dollar amounts on your Mountaineer Card for later use. This service offers security for the card-bearer and the ability to add value to the card at any time at WVU or from home. There are no setup fees and no minimum balances are required. Find out more on the WVU Mountie Bounty page.
Taking Care of Your Card
Do not fold or staple the card. Do not expose it to magnets or microwaves. Do not punch holes in it or otherwise damage it. Damaged or punctured cards must be turned in to the One-Stop Shop in the Benedum Center, and you will be charged a $20 replacement fee.
I lost my student ID. How do I get a new one?
The One-Stop Shop is where you can get a new or replacement student ID. The cost of a replacement ID is $20.
I’m having trouble keeping track of meals each week and my Mountie Bounty balance, what should I do?
You can view your transaction history. The MyMountaineerCard homepage will show financial plans and current plan balances, including Meal plans, Mountie Bounty and Dining Dollars. Click the "Spending History" link in the left navigation menu to view transaction details for all debit plans. The date range feature also lets you specify the dates of their search.
You can add funds to your account and manage your Mountaineer Card at mymountaineercard.wvu.edu.