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Georgia Tech COVID-19 Updates

  • Limited in-person visits at the BuzzCard Center through appointments ONLY.
  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, meal plans are still being finalized and the Meal Plan Application is currently not available for meal plan purchase.  Please check back at mealplan.gatech.edu later during the first two weeks of July to purchase your meal plan.  For finalized meal plan-related dates, please visit dining.gatech.edu.

How to get a new BuzzCard?
Apply or Replace your BuzzCard
Are you a new student/staff of Georgia Tech ready for getting your new BuzzCard? Are you a current student trying to replace your stolen, damaged, or malfunctioning BuzzCard?
how to get a new buzzcard
Where can I use BuzzCard?
Explore more about your BuzzCard
The BuzzCard is your key to campus life! With your BuzzCard you can access every service you might need on campus.
Where can I use my BuzzCard?
BuzzCard Center Hours
Current office hours
Until Further Notice
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Wed and Fri
*In-person card pick-up by appointment only
8:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon - Fri
*Answering phone calls and support tickets
BuzzCard Center Hours

FAQs

Where do I get my BuzzCard?

NEW STUDENTS:

Submit your BuzzCard photo online until July 7!! Check out our Photo Upload page for submission guidelines!

SUMMER and FALL 2020 New Students (First Year, Transfer and Grad) will receive their BuzzCards at Move-In and during Week of Welcome.  Stay tuned for specific pick-up directions prior to coming to campus!

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As of 3/10/2020, BuzzCard has limited in-person hours by appointment only on Wednesdays and Fridays 10am -12 noon for card pick up until further notice.

Visit the BuzzCard Center Monday thru Friday from 8 AM - 5 PM*. We are located on the 2nd Floor of Barnes and Noble @ Georgia Tech.

Card pick-up location is at B&N Technology Store.

For assistance, please call the BuzzCard Center at 404-894-2899 or submit a support ticket to support@buzzcard.gatech.edu.

We are answering calls and responding to tickets Monday - Friday 8am-5pm.

*We observe special hours during holidays and Institute school breaks.

What is my gtID?
What forms of ID are required to get a BuzzCard?

Show any one of the following:

  • A state issued driver's license or ID
  • Passport
  • U.S. Permanent Resident Card
  • U.S. Military ID
  • U.S. Department of State ID Card
  • U.S. Territory ID Card
How do I deactivate my BuzzCard?

BuzzCard Login → Card Services

What do I do about a lost or stolen BuzzCard? 

You can suspend or reactivate your card, before you receive a new one.

* Please see Sections 4 & 6 of your account's Terms and Conditions in regards to replacements and unauthorized purchases.

** Students needing access to their dorm/room may visit their satellite housing office (8a-8p weekdays) or contact the PL/RA on call; either will be able to assist you with getting in to your dorm. All other issues will have to wait until the next business day.

Can I transfer funds between my BuzzCard Account funds, Dining Dollars and Dining Bonus Dollars?

No, these are all separate stored-value accounts and the funds are neither transferable nor interchangeable.

What is the difference between BuzzCard Account funds, Dining Dollars and Dining Bonus Dollars?

BuzzCard Account funds are taxable, flexible and accepted at over 200 locations on campus, including vending machines, laundry machines, select Tech Square merchants, and all Campus Dining locations.

Dining Dollars are non-taxable, dining-specific funds that are accepted only at Georgia Tech Dining locations.

Bonus Dining Dollars are the 10% bonus funds given when there is a purchase of the $400 or $600 Dining Dollar plans in a single transaction. They are accepted in the same dining locations as Dining Dollars.  Bonus Dining Dollars will be used automatically when the main Dining Dollars account has been depleted.

 

News

  • Campus Center Construction Modified to Capitalize on Quiet

    The team behind the Campus Center project is making the best of this unprecedented situation, rearranging the construction schedule to tackle the most disruptive work while campus is closed.

  • The Student Center Celebrates 50 Years

    If you missed the Student Center's Wrecking Ball, our physically distant farewell event, you can still look back at our first 50 years of bringing campus to life and what's coming next.

  • Changes in On-Campus Services: What You Need to Know

    COVID-19 has changed the way our on-campus services operate. We understand how uncertain these times are, and we are working to accommodate the needs of our campus community who continue to depend on these services. To better support a reduced student, faculty, and staff population on campus and follow the recommended social distancing guidelines, here is what you need to know about Campus Services changes.

  • Parking & Transit Accommodations for COVID-19

    Parking and Transportation Services will provide the following services to assist students during the campus closure due to COVID-19.