The NCard Campus Account program offers convenience for students, faculty and staff at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. No need to carry cash as the NCard Campus Account is accepted at numerous merchant locations on city and east campuses.
As an enrolled student, you may open an NCard Campus Account online*. As an UNL faculty or staff member you'll need to apply in person at the NCard Office because a signature is required for payroll deduction.
Students enrolled in Programs in English as a Second Language, Extended Education and Outreach, Study Aboard, and Independent Study are not eligible for the NCard Campus Account.
Charges made using the NCard Campus Account appear on your Student Accounts Consolidated Bill if you are a student or appear as a payroll deduction for faculty and staff. The NCard Campus Account is accepted at the following locations:
- Campus Recreation
- Chemistry Labs
- College of Dentistry Clinic
- College of Independent Study
- Computer Shops
- Dental Stores
- Computer Labs (Uniprint)
- Copy Services (Nebraska Hall & Unions)
- The Daily Drip
- Engineering Electronics Shop
- Huskers Authentic
- Imperial Palace Express in the Student Union
- Instructional Design Center
- Lied Center
- NCard Office
- Nebraska Unions & Snack Shops
- Ross Theater
- Runza in the Student Union
- Sbarro in the Student Union
- Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery
- University Bookstore
- University Health Center
- University Housing Dining Services
- University Housing Snack Bars
- University Libraries
- UNL Computer Stores
- UNL Dairy Store
- UNL Vending
*The NCard Campus Account will be opened once your registration has been electronically verified. You will receive an email when your NCard Campus Account is ready for you to use.
What is the difference between the NCard Campus Account and the Wells Fargo Account?
NCard Campus Account
→ Purchases made using an NCard with an opened NCard Campus Account appear on a student's Consolidated Bill.
Wells Fargo Account
→ If you elect to add the Wells Fargo account feature and have the card linked at a Wells Fargo Bank, the NCard will become a PIN-based debit card, requiring a balance in a Wells Fargo bank account to cover the purchases. It is not a credit card.