Your Hilltopper Card is your identification card. It offers you a convenient and secure way to make purchases and utilize campus services and resources, including dining plans. It is permanent and may be used as long as you are a registered student or active employee of the university. The card is the property of the university and is non-transferable.
Simply come to the Hilltopper Card Office during regular business hours. You will need to bring a current government issued photo ID with you. Acceptable forms of identification are a state issued ID, driver's license, passport or military ID. The office is located on the ground floor of the Main Building, Suite G3.
No. Your first card is free. Replacement cards for lost, stolen or damaged card are $15. The fee is waived for the replacement of a malfunctioning or damaged card (normal wear and tear). Deliberately damaged cards that have been hole punched, cracked or broken will be assessed the fee. All card replacements are issued in the Card Office during regular business hours.
This is a pre-paid declining debit account that is activated once you deposit funds. On-campus, you can use the funds at the following locations:
Students and their families, staff and faculty may make deposits to Topper Tender accounts in the following ways: In person at the Hilltopper Card Office (Main Building, G3) using cash, credit/debit card, or check; or online using a credit/debit card.
Refunds may be requested upon withdrawal or graduation from the university, or termination of employment. No refunds are available on balances of less than $10.
Yes. Meal plan change requests may be made approximately one week prior to the start of classes for the fall or spring semester. Once logged in to the portal, students with a housing reservation can change their meal plan selection. After meal plans are posted to student ID cards, all changes must be made in person in the Hilltopper Card Office. No requests for changes in meal plans may be made after the 12th day of classes each semester.
The general manager for Bon Appetit is available to offer assistance to anyone who may have temporary diet concerns. Students requiring long-term special diets should contact peterb [at] stedwards.edu (Peter Beilharz), director of Student Accounts.
Dining service staff welcomes opportunities to assist students in finding ways to meet their nutritional and dietary needs. However, if the dining staff is unable to support a medically necessary diet, the student may request an exemption from the meal plan by submitting the Meal Plan Waiver.
You are not able to transfer meal plan dollars to Topper Tender. You are able to add to Topper Tender at any time.