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CaptureMe troubleshooting FAQ
I'm having issues getting my student card. What can I do?
If you need to get a new student card or replacement card, visit the Student Card page.
Student card photos and CaptureME
I can't access CaptureME, what do I do?
- Check you have successfully enrolled in your degree (course) and enrolled in at least one subject. Read how to check your enrolment.
- If you have only just enrolled, wait at least 24 hours before attempting to log into CaptureME.
- Try using a different browser and/or clearing your browser cache.
If you are still unable to access CaptureME, please contact Stop 1.
I can't upload my photo in CaptureME, what do I do?
- Try reducing the image size before you attempt to re-upload your photo.
- Try uploading the image from a file rather than directly from a phone or device
The photo I submitted has been rejected, what do I do?
If your photo doesn't meet the requirements, you will receive an email confirming your photo hasn't been approved and be prompted to submit another photo.
You must meet the following requirements to have your photo approved:
- Plain white background
- Eyes should be clearly visible
- Must look straight into the camera
- Colour photo only
- No hat, no sunglasses
- No head covering, except on religious grounds
- No digital enhancements or editing of the photo.
To see examples of approved photos visit the student card webpage.
Identification and getting your student card
My card hasn't arrived by mail yet, what do I do?
Students who successfully verify their identity online will have their student card sent to them by post. If you haven't received your card:
I can't verify my identity in CaptureME
You can upload a certified copy of your passport (or Australian Drivers License for domestic students) in CaptureME.