Setup your Mobile Duckcard

Stevens has transitioned to a virtual ID card system which means that physical ID cards are no longer provided. Your mobile DuckCard grants you access to a wide array of services and facilities on campus, such as entry access, your meal plan, and more. Your mobile DuckCard remains valid as long as you are enrolled at Stevens. 

If you need assistance with your DuckCard, please visit the DuckCard Services webpage or contact [email protected].  

Step 1: Upload Your Photo

Here’s how to upload your photo:

  • Visit Transact eAccounts and sign in with your myStevens username and password. Please do not include “” in the username field.

  • Select “Click to Submit a New Photo” under Personal Information.

  • Follow the instructions to upload your photo.

You should have received an email from the Stevens IT department, including your myStevens credentials; if you haven’t received your credentials yet, or if you encounter any issues with them, please contact the IT department at [email protected] or call 201-216-5500.

After you receive an email that your photo was approved, please wait for 24 hours before proceeding with Step 2.

Step 2: Setup and Enable your Mobile DuckCard

These are the step-by-step instructions for provisioning mobile credentials on your device:

1. Download either Transact eAccounts for Android or Transact eAccounts for IOS
2. Select "Stevens Institute of Technology".
3. Log in with your Steven’s username and password.
4. Select "Add to Wallet" and accept the terms and conditions.

Please see the links below for detailed instructions on how to set up your DuckCard on your mobile device: 

Once you have set up your DuckCard, here’s how to use it:

Your DuckCard may be required to access certain rooms or buildings on campus. Your DuckCard can also be used to pay for on-campus meals if you have signed up for a meal plan through Dining Services. 

  • If you have an iPhone or Apple Watch, hold your Apple device near the reader, and you’re done! No need to open any apps or unlock your device.

  • If you have an Android device, ensure your phone is awake, then hold your device near the reader, and you’re done!