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The UMBC Campus Card is an integral part of campus life. It is the instrument that establishes your identity at UMBC, give access to various services such as the Library and RAC, opens doors as part of access control and, with the depositing of funds, buys services and merchandise both on campus and at participating stores in the surrounding communities. While UMBC Mail Services handles the postal needs of campus departments, individuals have access to United States Postal Service (USPS) mailing services and Federal Express (FedEx) shipping resources through the Campus Card Center. Sales are cashless with purchases made using the Campus Card. All USPS services, except money orders and passport photos are available.
 

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End of Fall 2014 Semester


With the end of the semester fast approaching we’d like to remind all students that the expiration date for all meal plans is Wednesday, December 17th at 8:00pm. At this time, meal plans, guest meals, and Flex will no longer be accessible. Any unused portions of the meal plans and/or Flex dollars is non-refundable. As a reminder, Food Fund and Retriever Dollars will not expire.

Do you have leftover Flex? If so, stop by Outtakes in the Commons or True Grit’s to stock up on all your late-night study session essentials. Did you know that Papa John’s in Arbutus will also accept Flex as payment? Don’t let your Flex go to waste!

Will you be at UMBC for the Winter 2015 session? If so, check out the Winter meal plans here.


Congratulations to the winners of our mountain bike contest!


We’d like to thank everyone who participating in this contest by depositing their recyclables into the PepsiCo Dream Machine’s located on campus. The winners of our contest are Sarah Zielinski and Emily Mislak! Congratulations and we hope you’re enjoying your new mountain bikes!

Keep checking back with us frequently to learn about new promotions and contests we’ll be offering!


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