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Student ID - ATM Card - RTD College Pass

The MSU Denver Roadrunner card serves as the following:

  • College identification
  • Required to get a parking permit
  • Proves campus affiliation when accessing the student Heath Center at Auraria
  • Provides access to Campus Recreation
  • Gives you better borrowing privileges at the Auraria Library
  • Necessary to participate in the “Buyback” program for textbooks

Student ID & ATM Card

Enjoy optional banking convenience with your Roadrunner Card when you link it to a Wells Fargo Everyday Checking account.

Use it on and off campus: 

  • As your official student ID and for campus privileges
  • For free access to cash at Wells Fargo ATMs nationwide
  • For purchases using your Personal Identification Number (PIN)

(c) 2016 Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Member FDIC

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Roadrunner card and RTD College Pass
are available at:
Commuter Resource Center
Tivoli Student Union, 
Tivoli Station, 2nd Floor


Learn more about a
Wells Fargo
Everyday Checking account

Wells Fargo- Union Station
1920 Chestnut Pl., 1st floor
Denver, CO 80202

Wells Fargo- Downtown
1740 Broadway, 1st floor
Denver, CO 80274

Wells Fargo- 38th/Pecos
1777 W. 38th Ave., 1st floor
Denver, CO 80211



 RTD College Pass

Reporting Lost or Stolen Cards

If your MSU Denver Roadrunner card been lost or stolen, you’ll need to take the following steps:

• If you have building access on your ID, report that it is missing immediately to AHEC Facilities Management at 303-556-4296.

• If you have Tivoli access on your card, contact Tivoli Administration at 303-556-6330 or in Tivoli 325.

• Bring a copy of your current class schedule, a photo ID, and $20 cash or credit card to the Commuter Resource Center, Tivoli 269 to obtain a new card.

Contact Wells Fargo

If your card is linked to a Wells Fargo account, immediately contact Wells Fargo 24/7 at 1-800-TO-WELLS (1-800-869-3557). Wells Fargo accepts Telecommunications Relay Services calls. For TTY/TTD, call 1-800-877-4833.

Link your new card

Once you have your new card, speak to a Wells Fargo banker to have it linked to your checking account.

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