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Greater Access to Funds. Better Experience for Students.

Give your students immediate, secure, and fee-free access to funds with one-card convenience from a prepaid debit account.

With BlackboardPay, financial aid and student payroll funds are automatically delivered to the cardholder’s account. Funds can be easily accessed either at any of the 43,000 Allpoint® Network ATMs, America’s largest surcharge-free ATM network, or via checks that can be cashed for free at hundred of locations, including Walmart. The card can be used without PIN debit fees anywhere Discover® is accepted. Plus, BlackboardPay is a prepaid account, eliminating credit exposure and overdraft fees.

Secure, reliable, and cost-effective, BlackboardPay also offers students a convenient way to manage their money with online access and bill payment options.

Benefits

  • Offer 100% electronic disbursements—faster and more secure than checks or ACH (Automated Clearing House) direct deposit
  • Eliminate overdraft fees
  • Decrease demand for book or other short-term loans at start of a semester
  • Eliminate related trips to the Bursar’s Office and long lines
  • Provide a powerful and flexible banking alternative for students without bank accounts

Features

  • No minimum balance or monthly service fee
  • Funds can be loaded by the university, employer, cardholder or cardholder’s parents
  • Broad access to funds via Allpoint Network ATMs
  • Can be used everywhere Discover® cards are accepted
  • Account checks can be cashed for free at Walmart
  • All funds are FDIC insured
 
 

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Testimonial

I am pleased that we are now able to provide this great new student service while improving efficiencies in the Bursar’s office. We’re now saving money in financial aid disbursement activities, and on top of all that I didn’t have to change or buy anything new to make this program work for us.

—Candice Smith,
OneCard Services Administrator,
Jones County Junior College