Stay Connected

The iCard is the official photo ID for students at Washburn University and Washburn Tech. It serves as a great way to stay connected to both campuses and also provides access to several activities and services.

The iAlert system is a mass message emergency communication system designed to enhance safety on the Washburn Tech campus.

What is an iCard?

iCard is the official ID card for Washburn University. It features the cardholder’s photograph and official Washburn Identification Number (WIN). The iCard gives you access to events and services on the Washburn University campus. For post-secondary students, that includes athletic events and the Student Recreation and Wellness Center. Your first iCard is issued for free. Replacement cards cost $10 each.

Signing Up

Issuance of all new and replacement iCards requires the following:

  • Completion of an iCard application
  • Valid government photo identification (i.e. Driver's License, Passport, Military ID)
Start the process by contacting Megan Edmonston in Student Services at 785.670.3352 or megan.edmonston@washburn.edu.

What is iAlert?

Be safe and informed with iAlert.

Washburn University and Washburn Tech have implemented iAlert, a mass message emergency notification system which significantly enhances our ability to maintain a safe academic environment for instructors, staff and students.

When an iAlert is sent all users will receive an email at their washburn.edu email address.  Users can also choose to receive the alerts via text message and telephone calls by enrolling their telephone numbers at the following website:

Review and Modify Your iAlert User Preferences

All iAlert participants will be informed as quickly as possible in the event of a campus emergency or special situation in order to take appropriate and timely measures in response to the event.

iAlert will be used to notify you of:

  • situations threatening the safety and security of campus
  • closings due to emergency situations threatening the safety and security of campus

iAlert will NOT be used for . . .

  • general announcements or any other purposes
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