AppCard Appointments

AppCard Appointments

AppCard Appointments

The AppCard Office is currently open by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, please make sure that you have submitted your photo per the instructions.

Once you have submitted your photo, you may schedule an appointment to pick up your photo. You must be logged in to your appstate email to schedule an appointment.

Lost Your AppCard? 

  1. Please log in to your appstate email 
  2. Email us at appcardoffice@appstate.edu.
  3. Make the subject line LOST AppCard with your Name, Banner ID and Date of Birth.
  4. Schedule an appointment on the Appcard calendar for pickup time.

* The $15.00 card fee will be charged to your student account to minimize person to person contact. For Faculty/Staff, the $15.00 fee can be deducted from their payroll. If you do not have a student account or payroll deduction, you can pay online.

How do I add money to a Meal Plan or Campus Cash Account? 

You are welcome to add additional funds to either account via AppCard online or in-person at the AppCard office in Trivette Hall. Please note that in compliance with security regulations we are unable to accept a deposit over the phone. 

What do I do if I lose my AppCard?

AppCards are returned to the AppCard office and kept on file. You can pick your card up and have it reactivated at no additional charge. Here are some other tips:

  • Report a lost or stolen card immediately to the AppCard Office so it can be invalidated.
  • After 5 p.m. and on weekends, contact University Police or log into your AppalNET account to deactivate your AppCard online.
  • The person to whom the AppCard is issued is responsible for its use, including any misuse. If your card is lost or stolen, you will be held responsible until it is reported lost or stolen.
  • Once a new AppCard is made, your accounts are reactivated. Lost cards remain inactive.
  • There is a nominal charge for replacement cards. Click here for Costs & Fees.

What do I do if I want a refund of my Campus Cash?

Campus Cash balances greater than $55 can be refunded if requested. A $50 administrative fee applies. Refunds will be given once a year to students who request it by the last working day before May Commencement. Requests must be made through the AppCard office in the lower level of Trivette Hall. See more information here.


What is the difference between a Meal Plan and Campus Cash?

Both the Meal Plan and Campus Cash operate on a declining balance system.

Meal Plan is mandatory for students living on campus, and can be used to purchase any food on campus.

Campus Cash is an optional account for all students and can be used for all food on campus as well as books, parking fees, and more. 


What are the levels for the meal plans, and how many meals a week do I get with each?

The details for meal plan can be found online. There are no meals-per-week equivalents because Meal Plans operate on a declining balance. Like a pre-paid gift card, students are only charged the price of what they choose each time they make a purchase. For example, if a student buys a breakfast of eggs and bacon then he/she will only be charged the a la carte price for each item. This makes it hard to calculate how many meals per week the plan translates into because all students have different eating habits. 


I signed up for a Meal Plan, but I can’t remember which one. How can I check?

Incoming first-years who would like to check their Meal Plan selection can call the AppCard office (828-262-6141).


I signed up for a Meal Plan, but now I would like to change my selection, or cancel my Meal Plan. How do I do that?

Students who would like to change their meal plan can call the AppCard office (828-262-6141) to change their plan. Plans must be changed or canceled before the student is billed for that semester.


Does my Meal Plan money roll over?

Meal Plans do roll over from fall to spring semester but are forfeited after May Commencement. This means any unused funds from December will still be on the account when students return from winter break in January. However, any funds left after May Commencement will be forfeited.


Is it possible to be exempt from the Meal Plan requirement?

Students living in the residence halls are required to purchase a Meal Plan, with the exception of those students living in Appalachian Heights. Students who wish to be exempt for medical reasons may contact the Office of Disability Services