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Orientation 2011 - University Dining


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Orientation 2011 - University Dining

  1. 1. Welcome to<br />Orientation!<br />AllCampus Card Services<br />NC State Bookstores<br />University Dining<br />
  2. 2. Building/<br />Service Access<br />ATM/Debit Card<br />One Card – Four Functions<br />
  3. 3. One Card: Two Worlds<br />Identification<br />Door Access<br />Library/Gym Access<br />Meal Plans<br /> AllCampus Account<br />WolfCopy<br />On-Campus<br />Wachovia Bank Card<br />Accepted at ATM machines and merchants with pin pad devices in the banking world.<br />Off-Campus<br />
  4. 4. The AllCampus Network<br />Debit card system<br />Voluntary<br />Deposit up to $1500<br />Balance never expires<br />No cash withdrawals<br />
  5. 5. Remind Your Student:<br />Take Care of Your Card!<br />Do not lose it, hole punch it, bend it, or expose to heat<br />Replacement cards are $20<br />
  6. 6. Use it Here!<br />University Dining <br />(Eat-in locations, C-Stores and vending machines)<br />NC State Bookstores<br />Residence Hall Laundry Facilities<br />Carter-Finley Concessions<br />Campus Cinema<br />Health Services<br />Parking Services<br />Ticket Central<br />College of Veterinary Medicine<br />
  7. 7.<br />Check Your BalanceView your current AllCampus balance, as well as Meals-Per-Week/Semester and Board Bucks balances. <br />View Account ActivityView your AllCampus card statements and account activity. <br />Make a DepositAdd money to your account instantly— 24/7—using a credit card.<br />Report a Lost/Stolen CardIf you have lost your card, you can immediately deactivate it. <br />Receive Low-Balance AlertsSet up automatic notification when balances get low.<br />Allow Guest AccessAllow a parent or guardian access to the account to deposit money, check balances.<br />
  8. 8. State Student<br />12345678<br />
  9. 9. Make an AllCampus Deposit<br />On the Web via credit card<br />In person via check, credit card or money order<br />By mail via check or money order<br />Deposits are posted immediately upon receipt.<br />
  10. 10. Wachovia Student Banking Program<br />Student banking services through partnership with Wachovia<br />Use AllCampus card to access ATM machines and make debit card purchases off campus using Wachovia checking account<br />
  11. 11. Wachovia Student Checking<br />No monthly service fee  <br />No minimum balance requirement    <br />Free check card<br />Free online banking<br />Free automated telephone service <br />Unlimited use of Wachovia ATMs <br />Unlimited check writing <br />Premium savings account with no monthly service fee<br />
  12. 12. Wachovia Convenience<br />Wachovia representatives available in Talley Student Center lobby<br />NC State AllCampus Cards can be linked at any Wachovia Financial Center<br />Formore information,<br />Three Wachovia ATMs on campus<br />Wachovia Financial Centers located near campus: <br /><ul><li>Hillsborough Street
  13. 13. Western Boulevard
  14. 14. Cameron Village</li></li></ul><li>
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  17. 17. About University Dining<br />Operated by NC State<br />Locations and variety throughout the campus<br />Many healthy options including vegan and vegetarian<br />Meal plans, AllCampus, credit cards, or cash<br />
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  21. 21. “Get Well” Meal Kits<br /><ul><li>Partnership between University Dining, Health Services and University Housing
  22. 22. Snack and beverage kit for students who are too sick to go to a dining facility
  23. 23. Requested through on-line form; approved by RA and picked up by a friend from the nearest C-Store
  24. 24. Free to students on a meal plan; $15 for non meal-plan holders.</li></li></ul><li>Lisa Eberhart RD, LDN, CDE<br />Registered dietitian<br />Nutrition education<br />Menu consultant<br />Wolf-approved program<br />One-on-one consultations<br />
  25. 25.<br />Learn about programs<br />Sign up or change meal plans<br />Check account balances<br />Report lost or stolen cards<br />Check nutrition information<br />Sign up for our e-newsletter!<br />
  26. 26. E-minders are for parents, too!<br />Scroll over<br />for nutrition information<br />
  27. 27. Nutrition Calculator and Allergen Identifier<br />
  28. 28. Meal Plan Program<br />Required for first-entry students living on campus<br />One-year commitment, billed by semester<br />Plans offer a variety of options; students can select choices that best fit their needs<br />Meal plans save money on food expense<br />
  29. 29. Meals Board Bucks<br />+<br />Your Meal Plan<br />
  30. 30. The “Meals” Component<br />“Rules” part of the plan<br />Meal plans have a structured number of meals per week or semester, except for the Freedom Pass plan<br />19 meal periods per week are offered<br />One meal = all you can eat in the dining halls<br />Can be applied toward meals at campus restaurants<br />Start over every Saturday (except for Block Plans)<br />
  31. 31. The “Board Bucks” Component<br /><ul><li>The “No Rules” part of the meal plan
  32. 32. Choose from $100, $200, or $300
  33. 33. Buy extra meals, shop at C-Stores and vending machines
  34. 34. Cover the additional cost of campus restaurant meals after theEquivalency amount is reached
  35. 35. Make tax-free purchases at all locations except for C-Stores and vending machines</li></li></ul><li>
  36. 36. Board Bucks vsAllCampus Account<br />What’s the Difference?<br />Board Bucks<br />Part of the meal plan<br />Accepted at dining halls,C-stores and vending machines<br />Required for both semesters for applicable meal plans<br />Expire at end of spring semester<br />Can be used to pay for goods and services at a variety of campus locations in addition to dining<br />Voluntary program<br />Rolls forward until funds are spent or account is closed<br />Both offer tax-free purchasing power at campus restaurants and dining halls<br />
  37. 37. Equivalency: <br />What is It?<br /><ul><li>Transfers the value of a dining hall meal to a campus restaurant
  38. 38. Included in all meal plans</li></ul>Meal equivalency values: <br />Breakfast $4.75<br />Lunch $5.85<br />Dinner $5.85<br />
  39. 39. Equivalency: How it Works<br />1. Cashier rings up price of purchase<br />2. System subtracts cost up to meal equivalency amount<br />3. Student uses Board Bucks, AllCampus or cash to cover the rest<br />
  40. 40. Board Bucks<br />Selection applies for each semester<br />You can change your choice for spring, but you must have Board Bucks for both semesters(unless plan does not require them)<br />Unspent Board Bucks roll forward from fall to spring<br />Board Bucks expire after spring semester final examsand are non-refundable.<br />
  41. 41. Selecting A Meal Plan<br />Consider your student’s current eating habits, expected visits home, need for convenience<br />Most popular? The Freedom Pass<br />Try it out!Make changes before September 30 for fall; January 30 for spring<br />
  42. 42. Signing Up Is Easy!<br />In personWest Dunn Building<br /> and<br />Phone1-800-701-4940<br />MailUse the booklet instructions<br />Meal Plan charges will appear on your university statement<br />
  43. 43. Questions? Ask me now<br />Visit us at the University Dining/AllCampus Officeat the West Dunn Building<br />Call us at 515-3090 or 800-701-4940<br />Visit our web site at<br />