Student ID Cards

Photo ID cards are issued by the Office of the Registrar to all new or returning students. Ongoing students will retain their ID cards for the duration of their enrolment. Your student ID card also serves as your Students' Association and library card.

Use your ID card for:

  • borrowing library materials
  • obtaining or changing your password to access college computers
  • obtaining your textbooks
  • taking part in student recreation activities
  • borrowing equipment and/or table games
  • entering the college after hours or on weekends
  • purchasing bus passes at the student rate

Student ID Draft

Student ID cards will be issued to all new students who register. The ID cards feature our new logo, have a barcode allowing you to borrow from all NEOS libraries and include a space for U-Pass stickers.

NEOS

NorQuest College Library is a NEOS library. This means your library card (student ID card) will allow you to borrow items from all NEOS libraries

Frequently Asked Questions

NEOS is a cooperative library consortium consisting of government, hospital, college and university libraries throughout Alberta.

NEOS libraries share a library system and their resources.

NEOS means you will have access to an estimated seven million items that you can request from your desktop with delivery to the NorQuest library.

NEOS means you can become familiar with the same library system used at many post secondary institutions like the University of Alberta and MacEwan University.

Personal information extracted consists of:

  • name
  • address
  • phone number
  • email
  • college identification number (library account number)

The personal information you provide to the college is collected under the authority of Section 33(c) of the Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. It will be used to create your NorQuest Library account.

Because NEOS is a library consortium, the personal information listed above will be shared with library partners for the purpose of identity verification in order to facilitate material loan and other library services at NorQuest and partner libraries.

The risk to you is minimal. It is similar to requesting a public library account. You need to provide your name and contact information and in return, you are granted borrowing privileges. NEOS is no different.

Libraries adhere to an ethos of confidentiality; libraries do everything possible to protect the privacy of the people who use their services.

If you do not provide your consent your personal information will not be transferred to the NEOS library system. As a result, you will not have borrowing privileges across the NEOS library consortium; you will not be able to place ‘holds’ on NorQuest or non-NorQuest materials.

Yes. You can return to the original email in your MyMail account and select “I agree”. It will take at least 24 hours to update your account.

Library accounts are expired when a student withdraws or ends their studies. Accounts are purged from the system two years after expiry unless there are outstanding items or fines charged to the account.