The UNC One Card Plus is no longer available. All current cards will expire at the date provided on the One Card Plus. For more information, visit the UNC Debit Card page.
*Wells Fargo may provide financial support to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for services associated with the UNC One Card Plus.
Frequently Asked Questions About the UNC One Card Plus
No, it’s a UNC One Card combined with a Wells Fargo Check Card. The Visa® symbol means that you can use it everywhere that takes Visa.
Use the UNC One Card Plus on campus and it works exactly like your regular One Card: Your purchases draw funds from your UNC convenience account. Use it off campus wherever you use a Visa card, and it works like a check card: Your purchases draw funds from your Wells Fargo Everyday Checking account.
All your financial needs are handled with one card that works on campus as well as all over the world. It’s easier for your parents to help you, too. They can simply make a deposit into your Everyday Checking account at any North Carolina Wells Fargo branch and you can access it no matter where you are.
You can fund your UNC One Card convenience account through any of the six Tar Heel Tellers on campus, at the One Card Office, or on this website
. The check card is funded by making deposits into your Wells Fargo Everyday Checking account.
No, your first One Card Plus is issued at no charge.
First, don’t worry. If your linked One Card is lost or stolen, you must notify the One Card Office (919-962-8024) and Wells Fargo (800-869-3557) as soon as possible.
Contracts and Disclosures
The Department of Education’s (ED) Cash Management regulations 34 CFR 668.164(d)(4)(i)(B)(2) (issued October 2015), require institutions participating in T2 (Campus Card) arrangements to list and identify the major features and commonly assessed fees as well as a URL for the terms and conditions of each financial account offered under the arrangement.
Affinity Debit Card Agreement
ATM and Branch License
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Member FDIC.