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Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Your myCard is your official photo identification, an access card for Centennial College and a wide variety of services. The benefits of this card include savings, convenience, flexibility and security.
All students enrolled in a full-time or part-time program will be issued a myCard in their first semester and the cost is included in your tuition and ancillary fees. Employees and Campus Partners will be given it at the time of hire. If it is lost, stolen or damaged there will be a replacement fee.
No, the myCard is not mandatory for a Part-Time Learning course, but it may be purchased for a fee in person at the Progress Campus myCard Office or Enrolment Services at all other campuses. To be eligible for a Part-Time Learning myCard, you must be registered and enrolled for a course in the current semester and present your student number.
-The myCard is your ID card, required for many different purposes on campus (exams, access parking, classes and labs, the AWC, etc.).
-The myCard gives you discounts on GO transit if you have the right sticker (see below).
-The myCard is safe -If your card is lost or stolen, your account balance is protected from the time you report your card missing at the myCard Office. You can also deactivate your card immediately by logging onto mycard.leelanaublog.com and selecting the “Account” link.
-The myCard can help you budget.
-Manage your funds by using the many features provided on mycard.leelanaublog.com such as transaction history, account balances and more.
There is not a traditional meal plan associated with the myCard, however, you, your family and friends can add funds to your myCard online 24/7 or in our office during business hours to pay for food purchases on campus. Please visit mycard.leelanaublog.com to add funds online.
Balances and transactions can be viewed by logging in at mycard.leelanaublog.com and selecting the “Financial” link. Your balance will appear as a General Dollar amount.
Family and friends can add funds to any Centennial myCard by visiting mycard.leelanaublog.com and using the Parental Deposit link. They will require the student's date of birth and student number to deposit funds. Those who wish to add funds to a student’s myCard can also call the office at 416-289-5255 for assistance in making a deposit.
Funds remaining on your general balance account at the end of the academic term will automatically roll over to the next term. If you are leaving Centennial or graduating, you may request a refund at the end of the term. All refund requests are subject to a $50 processing fee. To apply for a refund, visit the myCard Office and refer to the full refund details in the myCard Terms and Conditions. Inactive accounts If your myCard remains inactive for a period of three (3) calendar years, it will be deactivated by the myCard Office as of December 31, and the $50.00 administration fee will be applied. The remaining balance will be transferred to your Centennial College account, at which point Centennial College financial procedures will apply to any remaining funds.
In order to keep our promise of "no fee transactions," we require a minimum of a $5.00 deposit to reduce credit card fees which will help to offset credit card fees back to the myCard Office. If I make a deposit to myCard online with a credit card, is it considered a purchase or a cash advance? Deposits to myCard accounts are always processed as purchases.
Yes, it is possible for your account to go into a negative balance if the system is "offline." Under normal circumstances, the system will not allow a transaction to go through if there are not enough funds in your account. You may use your myCard to make purchases where accepted, provided funds are available in your myCard account. You are liable for all purchases that exceed the funds available in your myCard account.
Cash withdrawals are not allowed.
Bring your card to the myCard Office or contact us by phone at (416) 289-5255 or email at email@example.com.
New students: To upload a photo, please make sure you have paid or deferred your fees, then wait 2-3 business days before you upload your photo.
International Students: Please make sure you have shown your study permit to the international office, then wait 2-3 business days before you upload your photo.
If your myCard is lost or stolen, you must deactivate your card to protect your balance by visiting mycard.leelanaublog.com and using the "Deactivate Card" feature. Once deactivated, get a replacement card by heading to the myCard Office (Progress Campus) or Enrolment Services (Morningside, Ashtonbee and Story Arts Campuses). A new card will be given to you for a replacement fee. Enrolment Services accepts cash, debit, MasterCard, Visa, AMEX and Discover. The myCard Office accepts debit, MasterCard, Visa, AMEX and Discover, but no cash.
The myCard Program does not operate on funding from the College, but on a cost recovery basis. The fee for replacement cards goes towards purchase of cards, ribbons, equipment, staff and general operation costs.
No. Your funds remain on your account, which you will be able to access with a replacement card. Please note that lost myCards must be reported immediately so that no one can access your account without your knowledge, and you are responsible for any charges to you myCard account prior to you deactivating it.
Periodically, the myCard system may go down and will run offline. "Offline" means you can still purchase things, as the system is set to allow a limited number of transactions to occur while in "offline" mode. Once the myCard system comes back online, it adds up all of the transactions or purchases you have made and charges them against your myCard. If there is not enough money on your myCard to cover the purchases, your account goes into a negative balance. Once back online, should your account be in a negative balance, no further purchases will be allowed until funds have been deposited back on to your account. The myCard Office checks for negative balances on a regular basis and will advise you of the situation via email, using your Centennial email account. However, you are responsible for being aware of your account balance, and are responsible if it goes into the negative. If you do not repay the amount due, the myCard Office may transfer the outstanding balance to your Centennial account for collection.
Visit mycard.leelanaublog.com and log in with your Centennial ID number and myCentennial password.
Keep your Centennial College myCard safe. A fee will be charged to replace a lost or damaged card. Clean your Centennial College myCard with a soft, non-scratching cloth and water.
Previously, when you topped up your Pay4Print account, the tax was charged at the time of purchase, and the print prices excluded tax. Under the new system, when you top up your myCard account, the tax is not charged in advance. Instead, the print prices have been adjusted to include tax at the time a print is made.