What are Dining Dollars?
Dining dollars can be used at all UNH Dining establishments, including the Union Court, Wildcatessen, Philbrook Cafe, Albert's, Zeke's Cafe, UNH Dairy Bar, CornerStone 1926, all dining halls and on-campus vending machines.
When you make purchases using Dining Dollars, the amount of your transaction is subtracted from your total balance. There are no fees of any kind associated with this account. The balance carries from fall to spring semester. Any balance remaining at the end of meal service in May will be forfeited.
When you purchase a Campus Premier or Campus Plan, your Dining Dollars are added to your UNH ID card that acts like a debit card. At any time during the year, you can open an account on your ID card through the Dining/ID office and add as much or as little money as you want.
How Do I Make Deposits?
Dining Dollars can be purchased by mailing a check, payable to UNH, to the Dining/ID Office; be sure to include the student’s name and ID number. The amount of the check will be deposited into that student’s account and activated as soon as we receive it. Dining Dollars can be billed to student accounts through the online remittance form during eligible periods. Dining Dollars can be added at any time during the school year until the second Friday of semester II. Visit https://unh.edu/business-services/remit/ or the Dining/ID Office located at Holloway Commons.
Deposits can be made at the Dining/ID office with cash or a check. Students can also use cash, credit cards or debit cards at one of our convenient Dining Deposit Centers located at:
Wildcatessen in Stillings, Memorial Union Building (MUB), Holloway Commons, Philbrook Dining Hall, Gables North Building, Dimond Library, Kendall Library, McConnell Hall (near computer clusters) and in SERC C
How Do I Protect My Balances?
If a card is lost it should be suspend immediately at https://blackboard.unh.edu/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp During normal business hours call the Dining/ID Office at (603)862-1821 to have a card suspended. Only the balance on the card at the time the card was suspended can be protected.