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  • What is the Bee Card?

    The Bee Card is UB's official campus card for all of your daily needs: parking, library access, campus ID, campus recreation and more. The Bee Card also can be used as a prepaid card for purchases at retail spots on and around campus. It's an easy and secure way to pay.

  • How do I get my Bee Card?

    Stop by the Office of Campus Card Operations (Academic Center, Room 105) to pick up your card.
    you're a new student, you must be fully registered before you can obtain a Bee Card.
    If you're a new faculty or staff member, you must be processed by Human Resources before you can obtain a Bee Card.

  • Is there a charge for the Bee Card?

    No, there is no charge for your initial Bee Card. However, there is a $20 charge for replacement cards.

  • What do I do if my Bee Card is damaged, lost, or stolen?

    All replacement cards are made in
    Office of Campus Card Operations (Academic Center, Room 105).
    There is a $20 replacement charge for each card replaced, which will be placed on your student account. 

    Stolen cards will be replaced at no cost if a copy of a police report is provided at the time of replacement.

    (You may choose to have a new picture taken at the time of replacement.)

    If you have Campus Cash on your card, please take a moment to suspend your Campus Cash account.
    This will protect your funds from being misused. 
  • How do I park with my Bee Card?

    There are two ways to park:
    1. Choose a prepaid parking plan via the parking website and use your Bee Card to enter and exit your selected garage. 
    2. Pay a discounted rate each time you park in a UB garage by taking a parking ticket at the entry gate and showing your parking ticket and your Bee Card to the garage attendant before leaving.  More details.

  • Can I still "tap and go" to enter UB's parking facilities?

    If you have a prepaid UB parking plan, just tap your Bee Card against the card reader at the entrance and exit gates to the parking facilities. More details.

  • What if my Bee Card does not work at the parking facilities?
    If you have purchased a prepaid parking plan and your card is not allowing you entry or exit into your selected garage, please contact the parking office by email or by calling 410-837-6858.
  • Can I access my leftover bookstore credit on my Bee Card?

    Each semester there is a cut off date to use your bookstore credit.  Following that cut off date all unused bookstore credit is placed on your Bee Card in a remaining bookstore credit account. You may initially use this remaining credit at the Barnes & Noble at the University of Baltimore, the UB Market, and UB Coffee Bar.

    Check your Campus Cash and remaining bookstore credit balance

    At a later date, this remaining balance will then transfer into your Campus Cash account allowing you to use those funds everywhere Campus Cash is accepted on and off campus.

    Please note: If you are looking for remaining bookstore credit from prior to Fall 2011, please contact the card office.

  • Can I put money on my Bee Card?

    If you're a student, faculty member or staff member, you—as well as your approved family members and friends—can add funds to your Bee Card through a Campus Cash account. Then just use the card like you would a prepaid card. You can't overdraw it, and there are no user fees. More details.

  • Where can I use my Campus Cash?

    View the list of participating locations. Check back often, as we're adding more all the time.

  • How do I check my Campus Cash balance?

  • Does my Campus Cash expire?

    Campus Cash funds do not expire and are available until you either spend them or are no longer affiliated with the University of Baltimore. You may request a refund upon graduation or transfer to another institution.

  • What if my Bee Card is not working?

    Please contact the
    Office of Campus Card Operations by phone at 410-837-4BEE (4233), by email, or stop by the office (Academic Center, Room 105) so that we can troubleshoot your card and its associated functions.

Last Published 7/20/17