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TigerOne

Online Photo Submission

All students, employees and affiliates must have a photo on file before receiving a TigerOne ID.

Photo submission requirements:

Your photo should meet the following criteria to be accepted:

  • Recent, unedited photo of yourself with no other visible people or objects.
  • Crop the photo from just above the top of the head to the collarbone.
  • Face should be straight ahead, eyes open, no head tilts with a neutral facial expression or a natural smile.
  • The background should be a solid color, a solid textured color (such as a professional headshot background) or have natural elements (foliage, water, mountains, etc).
  • No hats, sunglasses, headphones or any other article that may obstruct the face or hair.

Photo submission steps:

  1. Capture a photo of yourself that meets the above guidelines.
  2. Navigate to the TigerOne Online Photo Upload portal.
  3. Follow the instructions to upload your photo.
  4. TigerOne will notify you via your Clemson email if your photo is accepted or rejected. (If you do not receive the email in your Clemson inbox, be sure to check your spam).
  5. You can also check your status at the web address linked above.

Attention off-campus students and employees

Once your photo is approved, send an email to tigeronecard@clemson.edu with your name, CUID number and the TigerOne liaison in which you are requesting us to send your TigerOne card. Review the list of liaisons to find the right one for you.

Clemson University’s TigerOne Credential Services reserves the right to refuse any photos that do not meet our requirements. Failure to adhere to photo submission guidelines is subject to appropriate University action as deemed necessary. Any photo that violates University policy will be referred to the Office of Community and Ethical Standards and Human Resources.

* Important: Please remember to bring your valid government-issued photo identification card to obtain your new Clemson University ID card. (Examples: U.S. Driver’s License issued by DMV, Security/U.S. Green Card, Passport book or U.S. Military ID Card. Note: Driver’s Licenses stamped “void” and Passport cards cannot be accepted per Homeland Security.)