Please be advised: any unused Student Dining Dollars will expire at the end of the Spring 2014 semester (May 23, 2014).
It is important to use all of your Dining Dollars prior to the end of the Spring 2014 semester, and avoid losing any unused funds. Your Dining Dollars is accepted in the Science Café, Tiger Bites Café, Starbucks and vending machines.
Also, be aware that your Tiger Bucks (used for parking, copying and printing) will not be affected at all. Those funds will remain on your account.
If you have any questions, please contact the OneCard Office at (718) 631-6626, located in A-206.
The OneCard is more than your official Queensborough Community College ID.
- Utilize the services and materials of the Kurt R. Schmeller Library, including paying for copying and printing (Free student printing is limited to 300 black & white sheets (single-sided or double-sided). A charge of 10 cents per sheet will apply if you exceed this limit. These funds must be deposited in your OneCard Tiger Dollars account. Unused printing allotment expires at the end of each semester and does not carry over.)
- Pay for daily parking.
- Students can make tax-free food purchases on campus while earning bonus Dining Dollars.
- Faculty and staff earn bonus Dining Dollars on food purchases.
- Access the Student Union Building, Gymnasium, Academic Computing Center, student labs, and other facilities.
The student Dining Dollars account allows for the purchase of tax-free food at vending machines (excluding soda) and campus Metropolitan Food Service locations such as Science Café, Starbucks, and Tiger Bites.
On deposits of $50 or more, a five percent bonus will be added to the account. These bonus funds can be used at dining locations after Dining Dollars are depleted. By dining on campus and taking advantage of the tax-free and bonus dollars, students can potentially save up to 14 percent on food. Funds in the student Dining Dollars account expire at the end of the spring semester.
Faculty and staff can earn a five percent bonus on deposits of $50 or more to their Dining Dollars account.
Now that parking tokens have been discontinued, parkers must pay the daily fee from funds deposited in their TigerBucks account.
Students can use funds in your TigerBucks account to pay for copying and printing in Kurt R. Schmeller Library. You will have to register the first time with your TigerMail username and password.
Once you place funds on your OneCard, keep it secure as you would cash or a credit card.