ID cards

Use your student Identification (ID) card to:

  • show proof that you are a NorQuest student and participate in campus events,
  • serve as your NorQuest College library card,
  • access discounts and offers available to post-secondary students.

ID card eligibility:

  • New students are eligible for  a student ID card once enrolled in classes.
  • Students in Health programs may also be eligible for a clinical ID card. 
  • Ongoing students should keep their ID card for the duration of their studies. (there is a $15 +GST charge for replacement of a physical card.)

Sample of a student ID card Sample of a student ID card

How to get your student ID card

Once you are enrolled in courses, you are eligible to receive your student ID card. You can do so in three easy steps using your student login:

  1. Visit to submit a photo and provide a government-issued ID for verification; or visit the Office of the Registrar in-person. You will also receive this link in your college email.
  2. Once submitted, you must wait for approval before your card can be activated.
  3. You may pick up a physical card from the Office of the Registrar once you receive a notification through email OR get your NorQuest Mobile ID! Download the “AVRO Mobile” application from the Apple or Google Play Store AND Use your NorQuest universal sign-in to activate your card.

If you have any issues with your online links or if you live outside Edmonton and are unable to pick up in-person, please email so we can help you get your ID card.

Try to ensure you get your student ID card before the first day of classes.

Clinical ID cards

Sample of a clinical ID card Sample of a clinical ID card

  • Students who are attending a clinical placement through their Health studies may need a clinical ID card for identification at your placement site.
  • Make sure you receive your clinical ID card well before your first clinical placement occurs; you can pick up the physical card at the Office of the Registrar.

If you are an ongoing student but have not received a clinical ID card before, email to request one be printed.