ONECard @ Humber Libraries

Introducing the Humber and University of Guelph-Humber virtual ONECard

For the College

ONECard is available to students and staff at Humber College and the University of Guelph-Humber. ONECard is a smartphone application that will be used by students, faculty and staff as their digital identification, digital key and digital wallet solution for campus-wide services. It’s free, easy to use and secure.

Visit the ONECard website to learn more and download the GotMyCard app from either Google Play or the App Store.

For the Library: International Graduate School

Get started by downloading the GotMyCard app from either Google Play or the App Store.

  • It can take up to 24 hours for the app to work on campus.

Use your ONECard to access the Book Lending Machine in the ​learning commons alcove on the 4th floor.at the IGS.

  1. Open the GotMyCard app on your mobile device.
  2. Bring your mobile device close to the GotMyCard reader below the Welcome screen.
    • If the reader doesn’t recognize your device then use the keypad to enter your barcode (found in the Library Barcode tab of the app).
  3. Open the door.
  4. To borrow a book, take it off the shelf. To return a book, place it on any shelf.
  5. Close the door firmly.
  6. Select “email receipt” or “no receipt”.
    • Note: You will receive an email from libcirc @humber.ca.

For the Library: North and Lakeshore campuses

Get started by downloading the GotMyCard app from either Google Play or the App Store.

  • It can take up to 24 hours for the app to work on campus.

Use your ONECard to borrow physical items at the circulation desk.

  • Bring your mobile device close to the GotMyCard reader or open the Library Barcode tab and show it to staff.

Use your ONECard to borrow books at the self-check kiosks.

  1. Open the GotMyCard app on your mobile device.
  2. You have options for this step:
    • Option 1: Bring your mobile device close to the GotMyCard logo on the front of the machine.
    • Option 2: Bring your mobile device close to the barcode scanner to scan your barcode (found in the Library Barcode tab of the app).
    • If the scanner doesn’t recognize your device then go to the circulation desk.
  3. Follow the instructions on the screen to borrow books.

Choose from the list to find eResources specific to that type.