Cash Deposits at the Automated Deposit Machine (ADM) machine
If you have cash, you can go to the ADM machine located in the front lobby. You swipe your card and then insert the currency. Press the end key when you are done. And then your new balance will appear.
Need more help? You can print this handy "how-to" guide.
In person at the TC3 Card offices
During normal business hours you can make deposits at one of the TC3 Card offices.
You can also make a credit card deposit at TC3 card site, part of the myTC3 site. Deposits made here can only be used for on-campus purchases. You can also check your account balance here. Accepted cards are Visa, Master Card, or Discover Card.
Parents can make deposit only transactions at the TC3 card site by using the Add Cash by Credit Card and selecting the Parental Pre-Pay option.
Panther Dollars / GSB
Use the Give Something Back site for deposits into the Panther Dollars account that can be used on campus. You must sign up at the TC3 Card office before you can participate in the Give Something Back program. Both credit card and electronic fund transfers are accepted.
By mail to the TC3 Card office
You can make a deposit of funds by check, money order or credit card with the printable TC3 Card Deposit Form. Mailing instructions are on the form. Use this method to add to your Panther Dollars (on campus use only) and Dining Dollars.
Meal Plan accounts
Although you use the TC3 Card to access your meal plan, the funds are not deposited through the TC3 Card office. At the start of each semester, your meal plan account and associated flexible dollar balance is loaded on your card. Enrollment Services (room 215) manages the meal plan account, so please visit that office to add a plan or to make any changes to your plan during the first two weeks of classes. Plans cannot be changed after the second week of the semester.
Tip: Running out of flex dollars on your meal plan? You can deposit money in Dining Dollars or Panther Dollars to make purchases at the TC3 Eatery and Fireside Café beyond what you are provided with a normal meal option.