Eagle ID Card Office
Florida Gulf Coast University
10501 FGCU Blvd. S.
Fort Myers, FL 33965
The Eagle ID Card is used for three main purposes on campus:
IDENTIFICATION: The Eagle ID Card is the primary identification card used on campus. It is recommended that you carry your Eagle ID Card at all times while on campus.
ACCESS: The Eagle ID Card is used to gain access to buildings, special events, recreation activities, as well as meal plans.
PURCHASES: Any funds deposited into your Eagle Dollar account can be accessed using your Eagle ID Card. Dining and Bonus Dollars purchased along with a meal plan can also be accessed using your Eagle ID Card. At the beginning of each term, Financial Aid funds you may have available for the purchase of books or a meal plan can also be accessed using your Eagle ID Card.
Upon Separation from the University, a refund can be obtained for any remaining balance in your Eagle Dollar account. This form can be obtained at the Cashier’s Office. Any refund amount will first be applied to any outstanding balance owed to Florida Gulf Coast University.
If you have funds in your Eagle Dollar account at the end of an academic term, it will be carried over into the upcoming academic term.
The Eagle ID Card is the property of the University, is not transferable, and remains valid as long as the holder continues his/her affiliation with the University. Use by anyone other than the person to whom it was issued is strictly prohibited. The cardholder is subject to disciplinary actions and penalties for improper use of the Eagle ID Card.
The Eagle ID Card office will not provide photograph identification to outside entities other than the University Police Department. All individuals must relinquish their card, if so instructed by the University Police Department.
For any questions, concerns, or to report a lost/stolen card, please contact (239) 590-SMILE (7645) or send an email to email@example.com . Replacement cards can be purchased for $15.00.
A PDF of the FGCU Campus Card/Banking Agreement can be viewed HERE.
The Department of Education’s (ED) Cash Management regulations 34 CFR 668.164(d)(4)(i)(B)(2) (issued October 2015), require institutions participating in T2 (Campus Card) arrangements to list and identify the major features and commonly assessed fees as well as a URL for the terms and conditions of each financial account offered under the arrangement.
A PDF with information about account features and commonly assessed fees can be viewed HERE.
Florida Gulf Coast University and Wells Fargo Campus Card Agreement
For the award year period of July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017:
|Total number of accounts||4,444|
|Total Accounts Mean and Median Costs|
|Total Consideration Received by Institution|