New ID Card design chosen by campus community-The HUB - Carnegie Mellon University

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

New ID Card design chosen by campus community

The HUB is pleased to announce that senior CFA architecture student Samuel Sanders’ ID Card design received the most votes in the CM-yoU ID Card Design Contest! Samuel’s design will be the look of the new Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh campus SMART Card.

As one of over 70 submissions, Samuel’s design was unanimously selected as one of the top three designs by a review committee consisting of representation from Student Affairs, The School of Design, The School of Art, Campus Affairs Information Technology and Enrollment Services Administration.

The campus community was invited to vote between April 15-26 for their favorite design and a total of nearly 2,500 votes were received. Of the three finalists, Samuel's design received 55% of the total votes. 

The HUB would like to thank all of the talented students from various colleges who submitted designs to be considered for the look of the new SMART Card and we congratulate Samuel on his winning submission!

View details regarding the transition to SMART Cards.