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  • 1. Welcome to
    Orientation!
    AllCampus Card Services
    NC State Bookstores
    University Dining
  • 2. Building/
    Service Access
    ATM/Debit Card
    One Card – Four Functions
  • 3. One Card: Two Worlds
    Identification
    Door Access
    Library/Gym Access
    Meal Plans
    AllCampus Account
    WolfCopy
    On-Campus
    Wachovia Bank Card
    Accepted at ATM machines and merchants with pin pad devices in the banking world.
    Off-Campus
  • 4. The AllCampus Network
    Debit card system
    Voluntary
    Deposit up to $1500
    Balance never expires
    No cash withdrawals
  • 5. Remind Your Student:
    Take Care of Your Card!
    Do not lose it, hole punch it, bend it, or expose to heat
    Replacement cards are $20
  • 6. Use it Here!
    University Dining
    (Eat-in locations, C-Stores and vending machines)
    NC State Bookstores
    Residence Hall Laundry Facilities
    Carter-Finley Concessions
    Campus Cinema
    Health Services
    Parking Services
    Ticket Central
    College of Veterinary Medicine
  • 7. ncsuallcampus.com
    Check Your BalanceView your current AllCampus balance, as well as Meals-Per-Week/Semester and Board Bucks balances.
    View Account ActivityView your AllCampus card statements and account activity.
    Make a DepositAdd money to your account instantly— 24/7—using a credit card.
    Report a Lost/Stolen CardIf you have lost your card, you can immediately deactivate it.
    Receive Low-Balance AlertsSet up automatic notification when balances get low.
    Allow Guest AccessAllow a parent or guardian access to the account to deposit money, check balances.
  • 8. State Student
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  • 9. Make an AllCampus Deposit
    On the Web via credit card
    In person via check, credit card or money order
    By mail via check or money order
    Deposits are posted immediately upon receipt.
  • 10. Wachovia Student Banking Program
    Student banking services through partnership with Wachovia
    Use AllCampus card to access ATM machines and make debit card purchases off campus using Wachovia checking account
  • 11. Wachovia Student Checking
    No monthly service fee 
    No minimum balance requirement   
    Free check card
    Free online banking
    Free automated telephone service
    Unlimited use of Wachovia ATMs
    Unlimited check writing
    Premium savings account with no monthly service fee
  • 12. Wachovia Convenience
    Wachovia representatives available in Talley Student Center lobby
    NC State AllCampus Cards can be linked at any Wachovia Financial Center
    Formore information, visitwachovia.com/campuscard
    Three Wachovia ATMs on campus
    Wachovia Financial Centers located near campus:
    • Hillsborough Street
    • 13. Western Boulevard
    • 14. Cameron Village
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  • 17. About University Dining
    Operated by NC State
    Locations and variety throughout the campus
    Many healthy options including vegan and vegetarian
    Meal plans, AllCampus, credit cards, or cash
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  • 21. “Get Well” Meal Kits
    • Partnership between University Dining, Health Services and University Housing
    • 22. Snack and beverage kit for students who are too sick to go to a dining facility
    • 23. Requested through on-line form; approved by RA and picked up by a friend from the nearest C-Store
    • 24. Free to students on a meal plan; $15 for non meal-plan holders.
  • Lisa Eberhart RD, LDN, CDE
    Registered dietitian
    Nutrition education
    Menu consultant
    Wolf-approved program
    One-on-one consultations
  • 25. ncsudining.com
    Learn about programs
    Sign up or change meal plans
    Check account balances
    Report lost or stolen cards
    Check nutrition information
    Sign up for our e-newsletter!
  • 26. E-minders are for parents, too!
    Scroll over
    for nutrition information
  • 27. Nutrition Calculator and Allergen Identifier
  • 28. Meal Plan Program
    Required for first-entry students living on campus
    One-year commitment, billed by semester
    Plans offer a variety of options; students can select choices that best fit their needs
    Meal plans save money on food expense
  • 29. Meals Board Bucks
    +
    Your Meal Plan
  • 30. The “Meals” Component
    “Rules” part of the plan
    Meal plans have a structured number of meals per week or semester, except for the Freedom Pass plan
    19 meal periods per week are offered
    One meal = all you can eat in the dining halls
    Can be applied toward meals at campus restaurants
    Start over every Saturday (except for Block Plans)
  • 31. The “Board Bucks” Component
    • The “No Rules” part of the meal plan
    • 32. Choose from $100, $200, or $300
    • 33. Buy extra meals, shop at C-Stores and vending machines
    • 34. Cover the additional cost of campus restaurant meals after theEquivalency amount is reached
    • 35. Make tax-free purchases at all locations except for C-Stores and vending machines
  • 36. Board Bucks vsAllCampus Account
    What’s the Difference?
    Board Bucks
    Part of the meal plan
    Accepted at dining halls,C-stores and vending machines
    Required for both semesters for applicable meal plans
    Expire at end of spring semester
    Can be used to pay for goods and services at a variety of campus locations in addition to dining
    Voluntary program
    Rolls forward until funds are spent or account is closed
    Both offer tax-free purchasing power at campus restaurants and dining halls
  • 37. Equivalency:
    What is It?
    • Transfers the value of a dining hall meal to a campus restaurant
    • 38. Included in all meal plans
    Meal equivalency values:
    Breakfast $4.75
    Lunch $5.85
    Dinner $5.85
  • 39. Equivalency: How it Works
    1. Cashier rings up price of purchase
    2. System subtracts cost up to meal equivalency amount
    3. Student uses Board Bucks, AllCampus or cash to cover the rest
  • 40. Board Bucks
    Selection applies for each semester
    You can change your choice for spring, but you must have Board Bucks for both semesters(unless plan does not require them)
    Unspent Board Bucks roll forward from fall to spring
    Board Bucks expire after spring semester final examsand are non-refundable.
  • 41. Selecting A Meal Plan
    Consider your student’s current eating habits, expected visits home, need for convenience
    Most popular? The Freedom Pass
    Try it out!Make changes before September 30 for fall; January 30 for spring
  • 42. Signing Up Is Easy!
    In personWest Dunn Building
    On-linencsudining.com and ncsuallcampus.com
    Phone1-800-701-4940
    MailUse the booklet instructions
    Meal Plan charges will appear on your university statement
  • 43. Questions? Ask me now
    Visit us at the University Dining/AllCampus Officeat the West Dunn Building
    Call us at 515-3090 or 800-701-4940
    Visit our web site at ncsudining.com