Check and Add Value to Your OneCard on Campus and/or Online


You can add value to your OneCard both on campus and online

Gator Dollars and Clipper Funds are separate accounts. Gator Dollar deposits will not work for Clipper transits and Clipper funds will not work for campus purchases. Please be mindful of which account you are depositing currency into. Refund is possible, however a $20 administrative fee will be applied to Gator Dollar refund requests.

You can use eAccounts(click here) to check balance or add Gator Dollars to your OneCard online using a credit card. You will need your SF State ID and Password to login. This site will also allow you to check your Gator Dollars and meal plan balances.

You can also download the Transact eAccounts App onto your mobile device to check and add value onto your OneCard. *You will need to add the payment method using the eAccounts website and it will then be saved onto your mobile app.*

eAccounts Mobile App Link

If you would like to add Gator Dollars to your OneCard using cash, you can do so by visiting one of the many Add Value Stations (AVS) on campus. If you would like assistance using the Add Value Station in the Student Services Building, OneCard staff members are happy to help. You can contact the staff at (415) 338-3619 or in person at SSB 103 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday-Friday.

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César Chávez Student Center

  • Main Entrance (Plaza Level)

J. Paul Leonard Library

  • Main Entrance (1st Floor)
  • Research Commons (1st Floor)
  • Study Commons (Ground Floor)

Student Services Building (SSB)

  • Main Entrance (1st Floor

It is not possible to add money to Clipper account through AVS stations. Please visit a nearby BART Station/Muni underground or login to your Clipper account at to add value.

Do not attach your OneCard to the Clipper App or a mobile wallet. Registering your OneCard onto the Clipper App or a mobile wallet may invalidate your Gator Pass.