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Dining Dollars

Dining dollars can be used at any of the on-campus dining venues. They are accepted for food and beverages, including alcoholic beverages, and in most vending machines. They are included with meal plans.

Dining Dollars should be used up each academic year; they will expire at the end of the spring semester and are non-refundable.

Hurricane Gold Dollars

The Hurricane Gold Dollar program is a prepaid account that allows students to purchase meals or snacks with a TU ID at Pat Case Dining Center, all locations in the Student Union, on-campus coffee shops and sporting events.

Hurricane Gold Dollars give students the opportunity to purchase a lower cost meal plan and still make purchases at other dining options. Hurricane Gold Dollars can be used any time the facility is open.

Students simply set an amount (minimum of $25.00) and prepay in either Parking and Card Services or the Business Office. Also, cash deposits are accepted at the three automated terminals on campus. For convenience, these machines are located in McFarlin Library, John Rogers Hall, and the Student Union. When the Gold Dollar limit is reached, students can add money to their account.

Additional Hurricane Gold Dollars can be deposited online with your Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express card or by e-check using our secure payment form.

If Hurricane Gold Dollars remain in the account at the end of the academic term, they will be carried over into the upcoming academic term balance. Students may request a refund of any balance remaining in their account at the end of the academic year.

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Game Day Dollars

Game Day Dollars give students the flexibility of using their meal plan to purchase the fun and refreshing items they need to sustain them through TU Golden Hurricane events. Game Day Dollars can be used at any Sodexo-run concession stand during athletic events. The dollars will be valid for the entire academic year but will expire at the end of the spring semester.