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Frequently Asked Questions

 

Campus Card FAQs

 

  • Protecting your Campus Card is your responsibility. Remember to immediately deactivate your Campus Card online if it is lost or stolen by logging into “Your Campus Card.”
  • Download the free U of M app to your smartphone.  It contains a Campus Card option that will allow you to deactivate your card and check your balances.
  • If your card is lost or stolen and your funds (Tiger Eat$, Tiger Funds etc.) have been used, contact Police Services at 901-678-4357 to file a theft report.
  • Do not loan your Campus Card to anyone.
  • Do not mutilate your Campus Card, punch holes, or change any information. Any of these misuses will result in a $10.00 replacement charge.

The Campus Card Office is located at 115 Wilder Tower on the main campus and in 109 Varnell-Jones Hall on our Lambuth Campus.

When you have registered for your courses for the current school semester, a Campus (ID) card may be requested by logging into your campus card account via www.memphis.edu/campuscard.  Once logged in, click the link that says Submit New Photo and follow the directions.
*Please note, if you are an online student you will be required to upload your official government-issued ID such as a Driver’s License or Passport for verification purposes.

The Campus Card Office is located at 115 Wilder Tower on the main campus and in 109 Varnell-Jones on the Lambuth Campus.

Possibly. However, we recommend you have a new Campus Card made. Your old Campus Card may not have the functionality that a new Campus Card will provide. There is no charge to make a Campus Card for a readmitted student.

Your Campus Card may be made after you register for the current (or upcoming) semester. Bring a current government or state issued ID (i.e. passport or state issued driver's license) that displays both your name and photograph.

The Campus Card Office is located at 115 Wilder Tower on the main campus and in 109 Varnell-Jones Hall on our Lambuth Campus.

Every current employee, whether regular or temporary, is eligible to receive a Campus Card. Faculty/Staff Campus Cards can be obtained in person at the Campus Card Office by meeting the following criteria:
  • Employment information can be verified on the PEAEMPL screen in the Banner Human Resources System.
  • Bring a current government or state issued ID (i.e. passport or state issued driver's license) that displays both your name and photograph.
The Campus Card Office is located at 115 Wilder Tower on the main campus and in 109 Varnell-Jones Hall on our Lambuth Campus.

Click here to add Tiger Funds to your campus card. Payments by Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are accepted for online deposits. If you have questions, contact the Campus Card office by phone at 901.678.2273 (CARD) or by using your UofM e-mail to campuscard@memphis.edu.

No. If your Campus Card is worn from normal use‚ it will be replaced at no charge. You must turn in your current Campus Card when the new one is issued.

Yes. There is a $10 charge for a replacement Campus Card when damage is due to misuse. You must turn in your current Campus Card when the new one is issued.

Log into your campus card account account via www.memphis.edu/campuscard. Once logged in, click the link that says Submit New Photo and follow the directions.
*Please note, if you are an online student you will be required to upload your official government issued ID such as a Driver’s License or Passport for verification purposes.

Main Campus: If on campus you may pay by cash, check, or money order at the University & Student Financial Services windows in 115 Wilder Tower.  Show your receipt and a valid form of photo identification to receive a new card.

Lambuth campus: If on campus you may pay by cash, check, or money order at the Business Services Center, 109 Varnell-Jones and have your replacement ID made at the same location.

Yes. There is a $10 charge for replacement Campus Card.

Log into your campus card account via www.memphis.edu/campuscard.  Once logged in, click the link that says Submit New Photo and follow the directions.
*Please note, if you are an online student you will be required to upload your official government issued ID such as a Driver’s License or Passport for verification purposes.

Main Campus: If on campus you may pay by cash, check, or money order at the University & Student Financial Services windows in 115 Wilder Tower.  Show your receipt and a valid form of photo identification to receive a new card.

Lambuth campus: If on campus you may pay by cash, check, or money order at the Business Services Center, 109 Varnell-Jones and have your replacement ID made at the same location.

No. Once you replace your Campus Card, the previous one is no longer valid. Please destroy the old card.

There is no charge to update your Campus Card when you have changed your name. Students must change their name at the Registrar's Office, Room 003 Wilder Tower. Faculty/staff must change their name in Human Resources, Employee Records, 178 Administration Building. Please note that the name change must be reflected in the Banner system before a replacement card will be issued. You must turn in your current Campus Card when the new one is issued.

Technical problems with your Campus Card will be handled in the Campus Card Office, 115 Wilder Tower. Any other questions can be sent to campuscard@memphis.edu.

Your Campus Card is your key to the following services upon validation:

Academics - Use for test taking identification.
Athletics - Your Campus Card is your student ticket (enrolled in 6 or more hours) for all athletic events and to purchase student guest tickets.
Library Copier Services - Add money to your Campus Card (Tiger Funds) to make copies in all designated copiers across campus.
Library - Check out books and materials.
Residence Halls - Gain access if you live in a residence hall.
Student Center Ticket Office - Obtain access (or purchase discounted tickets) to upcoming University events such as concerts and performing arts.
Campus Recreation Center – Gain access to the Campus Recreation Center and to check out equipment.
University Health Service – Your Campus Card is required at Health Services.

The Campus Card remains the property of the University of Memphis and is governed by all its rules and regulations. View the policy.

 

Tiger Eat$ FAQs

 

All full-time undergraduate students participate in the Tiger Eat$ program. If you are an undergraduate student, enrolled in 12 or more credit hours and at least one of your classes is on campus, you will automatically have $300 in Tiger Eat$ added to your account each fall and spring semester. 

Students will be able to use these funds at all UofM dining locations. The Tiger Eat$ averages to $2.68 per day or $18.75 per week to spend UofM Dining on campus for meals, beverages and snacks, including Starbucks and vending machines with card readers.

Any Tiger Eat$ balance from the fall semester will be transferred to the spring semester. You have until the last day of the spring semester to use any Tiger Eat$ funds and dine around campus.

The cost of the Tiger Eat$ program is $300 in the fall and $300 in the spring semesters.

  • You are a full-time undergraduate student enrolled in 12 or more hours, with at least one course on campus
  • Your classes are not exclusively at Dyersburg, Humboldt, or online

Only students taking 12 credit hours with at least one course on campus will be included in the Tiger Eat$ program.

Tiger Eat$ is only available on the Memphis and Lambuth campuses.

All full-time undergraduate students both on campus and off campus who meet the program criteria are enrolled in the Tiger Eat$ program.

Tiger Eat$ is a fixed amount of $300 in the fall and $300 in the spring. If you need extra money you can add Tiger Fund$ to your account using a credit or debit card on the Campus Card website at www.memphis.edu/campuscard

You may also add Tiger Fund$ by visiting University & Student Business Services at 115 Wilder Tower on the main campus using cash, check, or money order.

Your Tiger Eat$ will be available the first day of classes by utilizing your Campus Card at on-campus dining locations.

Tiger Eat$ may be used in the dining halls, kiosks, Starbucks inside the UofM Campus Store, and at vending machines equipped with card readers. You may find these locations on the Memphis campus, Lambuth campus, Millington Center and Collierville Center.

Payment may be made online through your TigerXpress account using these payment options and can also be included in an installment payment plan.

Yes, the installment payment plan includes Tiger Eat$ charges.

Yes, eligible financial aid will be applied to all your student account charges including your Tiger Eat$ fee.

Living expenses, such as Tiger Eat$, are already calculated in your financial aid budget. Up-to-date information about your Financial Aid can be found at www.memphis.edu/financialaid.

If you drop below 12 credit hours in the 100% refund period, your Tiger Eat$ plan will be refunded.

Yes, any student registered in 12 credit hours with at least one credit hour on campus will be an eligible participant.

If you have money left over at the end of the fall semester, it will remain in your Tiger Eat$ account for use during the spring semester. You have until the last day of the spring semester to use any Tiger Eat$ funds and dine around campus.

Up-to-date information on Tiger Eat$ locations may be viewed on the UofM dining locations map.

On campus dining is an important part of campus life. The Tiger Eat$ meal plan provides resident and commuter students the opportunity to connect with friends, stay healthy, boost your energy to start the day or unwind after a long day.  Tiger Eat$ offers the flexibility to purchase dining items without the need to carry cash.  Our goal is to integrate both commuting and resident students to experience a full college life. Students can enjoy a meal while working on a project or grab a snack between classes.

  • The cashier will ask if you will be using Tiger Eat$ or Tiger Fund$.
  • The vending machines will automatically deduct from Tiger Eat$ first. If Tiger Eat$ are not available, then it will deduct the purchase from Tiger Fund$.

You may add funds to your Tiger Fund$ account using a credit or debit card on the Campus Card website at www.memphis.edu/campuscard. You may do so by visiting the University & Student Business Services at 115 Wilder Tower on the main campus using cash, check, or money order.

You may also purchase a meal plan that is convenient for you.

Tiger Eat$ and Flex Bucks are only available for use at UofM dining locations.

If you have money left over at the end of the fall semester, it will remain in your account for use during the spring semester. You have until the last day of the spring semester to use any Flex Bucks and dine around campus. 

Parents may make a deposit by clicking the "Visitor Access" button on this site and will need the Campus Card holder's University user name (UUID) (i.e. jsmith) and date of birth.

Students that elect to upgrade to an optional commuter or resident meal plan, by the deadline, will have the Tiger Eat$ fee deducted from their bill.