Babson College has begun rolling out a new design for its Babson OneCard, the College’s identification and access card.
The new design was created by Jason Park ’25, who won a student contest based on a vote by community members.
In addition to a sharp new look, the new Babson OneCard also now allows for pronouns to be printed on the card. Anyone wishing to add their pronouns should update their personal information in Workday by selecting their pronoun preference.
The back of the new Babson OneCard now includes emergency numbers on campus, as well as the Babson OneCard web address.
New students, faculty, and staff will automatically receive the new Babson OneCard. Anyone who needs a replacement card may be subject to a $20 replacement fee.
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