The fast, easy and safe way to manage your money.

How to Use Your
Money Network® Account

The Money Network® Account (which may be part of your Campus Card) and Money Network® Checks (your "Account") offer you a complete and convenient package of services you can use to access and manage your money instantly.


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Reload Your Account*

In addition to having your student funds disbursement go straight to your Account, you can add money to your Account in the following ways:
  1. Add funds directly to your Account (free*). Different types of payments can be loaded directly onto your Account, including money from one or more jobs, tax refunds, child support and government benefits. Go online1 or call Customer Service to learn more.
  2. Have family or friends add money to your Account. Anyone can send money from their bank account directly to your Money Network® Account via an ACH transfer. Log in to your Account online to learn more.
  3. Through participating merchants or at a MoneyGram® or Western Union® agent location near you. To find a location, visit us online or call Customer Service.
  4. Use a GreenDot® MoneyPak® to load cash to your Card, available at thousands of retailers nationwide. For more information, visit Moneypak for more information.
  5. With Walmart Rapid Reload, you can load cash directly to your Card at any Walmart register for just $3.74 per load. Get more information here.
NOTE: Reload fees and limits for this option may vary by merchant. See Fee Schedule, Transaction Limit Schedule and Terms and Conditions for more information.

* Only upgraded Cards may be reloaded with funds. Upgrading is free. Requires one-time verification of your identity.

Keep Your Card and PIN Secure

Your PIN keeps your Account and the money in it secure. You should not give your PIN to anyone for any reason. If you can't remember your PIN, call Customer Service and tell the Representative that you need to create a new one.

Keep Track of Your Account Balance in Four Easy Ways

  • Via the Money Network mobile app*.
    Download the app for iPhone or Android to get anytime, anywhere access to your account.
  • Via push notification, email or text* message.
    Turn on push notifications in the app or visit us online1 or call Customer Service to sign up for text message or email balance alerts.
  • Online.
    Login to your Account online.
  • By phone.
    Call Customer Service to hear your balance.

* Standard Message and Data rates may apply.

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Make a Purchase at a Store

Once your purchases have been rung up:
  • Swipe or present your Card.
  • Follow the prompts on the screen.
  • Enter your 4-digit PIN or sign for the transaction.
NOTE: Process may vary by merchant. Certain transaction limits may apply. Please see the Transaction Limit Schedule for more information. Cash back can be received at participating merchants when your 4-digit PIN is used.

Make a Purchase at a Gas Station

Give your Card to the gas station attendant to pre-pay for gas and avoid a pre-authorization. As with most debit cards, if you pay at the pump, merchants will pre-authorize your purchase and place a "hold" on a set dollar amount on your Account that is higher than the actual purchase amount. The balance is released once the payment is processed, which can take up to three days.

Make a Purchase at Hotels

The hotel clerk will verify that your Card has sufficient funds to pay an estimated bill for your stay. That amount will be "held" in your Account, making it unavailable for other purchases. When you check out, the "hold" will be removed and the actual bill amount will be deducted.

Use Your Card For Rental Cars

Some rental car companies may require that you use a credit card to make a reservation. Your Card is always welcome for final payment.

Get Cash at an ATM

Swipe or insert your Card:
  • Enter your PIN.
  • Select WITHDRAWAL from CHECKING.
  • Enter the dollar amount you want to withdraw.
  • Take your cash and your receipt.
HELPFUL TIP! An additional fee or surcharge may be applied by an Out-of-Network ATM owner or operator. To avoid ATM withdrawal and surcharge fees, use an In-Network ATM. Visit us online1 to find one near you. See Transaction Limit and Fee Schedule.

Report a Lost or Stolen Card or Check

Lost or stolen Cards or Checks must be reported as soon as possible.
  1. If your Card is also your school ID (i.e. your Card displays a photo of you): Contact the office at your school that issues campus IDs. You can use your Money Network® Checks to access your money until you obtain a new Card. Your Money Network® Account balance will be sent automatically from your lost or stolen Card to your new Card when you activate it.
  2. If your Card is not a school ID (i.e. your card does not display a photo of you): Call Money Network Customer Service to report your card lost or stolen. We will send you a replacement Card. You can use your Money Network® Checks to access your money until your new Card arrives. Your balance will be sent automatically from your lost or stolen Card to your new Card when you activate it.
  3. Lost or stolen Money Network® Check: A Customer Service Representative will research the Check's status to confirm that it has not been cashed and will restore the funds to your Account. If additional time is required to research the Check's status, please allow up to 30 days to restore the Check amount to your Account.
For more information on using your Card, visit us online or call Customer Service.

Upgrade my Account if I am an International Student

To upgrade and be able to add additional funds to your Card, an identity verification process must be completed. Please fax (to 402-315-4892) or mail Money Network copies of the identification documents below:
  1. Unexpired Student Visa (must be government-issued and bear a photograph)
  2. Passport or Government-Issues Photo ID with student’s name, address, and date of birth