Where can I use the Wright1 card?
How long is my Wright1 card valid?
Your Wright1 card and the university ID card are the same. As long as you are eligible to carry a university ID, value can be added and spent from your Wright1 card.
Can I get a refund on my Wright1 card account balance?
Flex and Bonus DIning Dollar refunds are only given with a written request in the event you permanently separate from the university. Requests can be made via e-mail to: email@example.com
Wright Swipe Dining Plan refunds are only given with a written request. Requests forms may be picked up at the Hospitality Services Office, Room W006, Student Union.
What do I do if my card is lost or damaged?
If you lose your card, call the Wright1 center immediately at 775-5542 (Monday through Friday 8:30am-5pm), and your account will be placed on hold. If it is outside the Wright1 Center's normal operating hours, you can report your card lost at WINGS. In the event that someone finds your card, he or she will not be able to use the funds once your card is suspended. The replacement charge for a lost or stolen card is $20.
If your card is defective, bring it to the Wright1 Center for repair or replacement.
How can I find out my card balance?
Each time you use your Wright1 card, your current balance will show on the cash register receipt or the reader display. You can also swipe your card in a Deposit Station or go to the Wright1 center to find out your balance. You may view your Wright1 card transactions through WINGS.
How can I get a Wright1 card?
If you are a valid Wright State student, come to the Wright1 Center, 055 Student Union, between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. You must bring your UID # and a photo ID (i.e. State ID, Driver's License, Military ID, Passport). Faculty and staff members need to bring a completed "Wright1 Card Authorization Form" from Human Resources and a photo ID.
Your first Wright1 Card is free of charge; however, you will be charged a $15 replacement fee for lost or stolen cards.
Who can use the Wright1 card?
All Wright State students, faculty, staff, alumni, and affiliates can take advantage of the Wright1 card.
How does it work?
The Wright1 card, with its picture ID and magnetic strip, is similar to a debit card - you add value to your Wright1 Card Flex account, and then you can draw upon those funds simply by presenting your Wright1 Card at participating locations.
You can add money to your Wright1 card Flex account on-line through WINGS, or in the Deposit Stations located in:
- The Student Union Atrium.
- Second Floor of the Dunbar Library.
- Basement of the Dunbar Library.
- Allyn Hall Service Center -- 126 Allyn Hall.
- Wright Patt Credit Union - transfer funds from a checking or savings account (members only).
Money in your Dining Dollar$ account can only be spent at food service areas on campus. Money in your Flex account can be spent in all locations accepting the Wright1 Card, including the food service areas.
When your Dining Dollar$ account reaches zero, money will be automatically taken from your Flex account, if funds are available.