What are Husky Bucks?
Husky Bucks is a debit account-like program already set up on your Husky One Card. It is used to make purchases at various locations on and off campus. Note: Copying and printing services at the Homer Babbidge Library and the Fine Arts Library only take Husky Bucks. There are no coin machines.
Are points the same as Husky Bucks?
Points are not the same as Husky Bucks! There are two resident meal plans that come with a set number of meal plan points each semester. Points can only be spent at UConn Dining Services-operated food locations. That means you cannot use Points to buy food at Dunkin Donuts and Panda Express in the Student Union because these restaurants are not run by Dining Services. Points that are not used at the close of each semester expire. Husky Bucks is like a debit account. Once you deposit money into your Husky Bucks account, it remains on your account until you spend the funds or separate from the University. Husky Bucks are widely accepted as a form of payment on campus and off-campus, too! To see all the campus departments and local merchants that participate in the Husky Bucks program, visit our Husky Bucks Locations page.
How can I add Husky Bucks?
There are numerous ways you can add Husky Bucks to your account or to someone else’s. Please visit our Deposits page for further detail.
Can I take cash out of my account?
Cash cannot be taken out of this account. Refunds are only issued upon request if the account holder is graduating or has separated from the University.
How do I check my Husky Bucks balance and see my recent transactions?
Log in to your account by clicking the Cardholder Login button at www.onecard.uconn.edu, then enter your net ID and password. Not only can you see your Husky Bucks balance and recent transactions, but you can also see your meal plan points and flex pass balances and recent transactions.
As a parent, can I get information about my son or daughter’s Husky Bucks account?
Yes, depending on the authorization your son or daughter has given. There are two ways of obtaining information about your son or daughter’s Husky Bucks account: (1) Call the One Card Office or (2) Utilize the Guest Account option.
Call the One Card Office: Our office follows the FERPA policies established by the University regarding student privacy rights. If your son or daughter has completed the on-line FERPA waiver found in the PeopleSoft Student Administration System, and has listed you as someone we can discuss the Husky Bucks account with, we will ask you for your access code. Once you provide the code, we can discuss the Husky Bucks Account activity with you. For an explanation of the FERPA waiver, click http://ferpa.uconn.edu/.
Guest Account: A student can give family and friends various access levels to their Husky One Card account. Each individual that is setup will receive their own password and access and be notified by email that access has been granted. For further information on guest accounts, please visit our Guest Account page.