Campus Fund AccountsYour OneCard can have up to 4 different campus fund accounts in addition to your Money Network account. Each campus fund account has restrictions as to where it can be used as well as if you are able to add/remove your own money to that account.
All Campus Fund Accounts are accessed using the black mag stripe side of the OneCard and is the recommended method of payment on campus! Transfer cash, or funds from your Discover Money Network account to your Bruin Bucks account. Then use your Bruin bucks (black mag stripe) at various retail locations on campus, which many of them offer discounts and or incentives for using your Bruin Bucks!
The Campus Fund Accounts are:
Bruin Bucks is the general fund account for all SLCC student, staff, and faculty. Bruin Bucks is a optional non-interest bearing account. You can use Bruin bucks at the following locations on campus, many of which offer a variety of incentives and or discounts if you use your campus funds (Bruin Bucks) at their locations.
- Food services
- The Liar
- Quck Stop
- Copy Centers
- Cashiering Locations (for tuition and fee payments etc)
- Computer labs (pay per print)
You can visit a OneCard self deposit machine in the Student Center or Library on the Redwood campus (more machines coming to South, Jordan, Miller), to check your Bruin Bucks account balance or deposit money onto your Bruin Bucks through this device (you can use your Discover mag stripe (silver) to deposit funds to your Bruin Bucks if you have funds on your Money Network account). Coming soon you will be able to go online add funds to your Bruin Bucks account as well as get a statement of your account, similar to how you can with your Money Network funds. You can request a withdrawal of these funds at any time.
This fund is automatically deposited onto your OneCard each semester. This is virtual money and is only used to allow each student 50 free pages of prints per semester. The amount is reset each semester, there is no rollover. NOTE: This fund is only available at computer lab locations. It is NOT available for use at Printing Services (Copy Centers) You will need to use Bruin Bucks at the Copy Centers if you wish to have copies or prints done at any of their locations.
You can visit a OneCard self deposit machine in the Student Center or Library on the Redwood campus (more machines coming to South, Jordan, Miller) to check your Uniprint account balance. You cannot deposit money onto this account, again it is a virtual account to allow you 50 free pages of prints. This fund is non-refundable
If you are a flight student, you can put money into your Aviation account for use with participating flight school vendors which SLCC is in partnership with.
You can visit a OneCard self deposit machine in the Student Center or Library on the Redwood campus or at three other campus locations South, Jordan, Miller, to check your Aviation account balance, you cannot deposit money onto this account via these devices, you must visit a Cashiering office. Coming soon you will be able to go online and view your Aviation account as well as get a statement of your account, similar to how you can with your Money Network funds.
Depending on the program you are in, you may be a student who has a Meal Plan account of some form or another. These accounts are setup by the respective departments and are configured to give set amounts of funds to the student for use in food locations only. You can visit a OneCard self deposit machine in the Student Center or Library on the Redwood campus or at three other campus locations South, Jordan, Miller, to check your remaining Meal Plan account balance for that week or day. This fund is non-refundable.
Unclaimed OneCard Balances
OneCard campus funds with no activity for one year will be considered abandoned and will escheat to the State of Utah. A service charge of $20 will be assessed against the card balance.