Your key back to Oxford
***PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE CURRENTLY EXPERIENCING DELAYS WITH THE DELIVERY OF MY OXFORD CARDS, WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE***
My Oxford Card gives you access to a range of exclusive benefits and offers including discounts at local Oxford businesses, and entry to colleges and libraries.
There are two levels of affiliation - alumni and associate. You can check your eligibility here.
If you already have an Oxford Alumni Card, you do not need a My Oxford Card as the previous version will still be valid. Please note, cards can take up to three weeks to be delivered from the time of your request. We no longer provide temporary My Oxford Cards.
How can I get a My Oxford Card?
- Log in to your My Oxford Online account.
- Select the 'I want to' menu.
- Select 'Request a My Oxford Card'.
- Review the details that your card will contain and where it will be sent to and select 'Submit request'.
REQUEST A CARD
If you don't have an account then you'll need to register for one. To do this you’ll need your Oxford Number which can be found on any letters or emails you’ve received from the Oxford Alumni team. It is formatted 8-XXXXXXXX. If you don’t have your number then request it by filling in this form.
Using your My Oxford Card
Your My Oxford Card is a symbol of your affiliation with the University and can be used as proof when required to obtain benefits and services provided by the University, or offers and discounts negotiated by the University of Oxford Alumni Office.
Your card is not proof of current membership of the University and cannot be used to directly access the Bodleian Libraries, or other University buildings (alumni access to colleges excepted). Find out how to access the Bodleian.
Your card is restricted to your use only and may not be transferred to others in order for them to access benefits or to assume affiliation with the University.
Continued misuse of the benefits associated with the My Oxford Card could result in withdrawal of these benefits and loss of other services provided by the University of Oxford Alumni Office.