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The Action Card, or "ACT Card", is your official ID
for The University of Alabama and is your to campus!

ACT Card setup includes two steps:

InfoThe University of Alabama will be closed Monday, May 27 in observation of Memorial Day.

This closing includes the Action Card Office. We will be monitoring emails and voicemails periodically. For assistance after regular business hours, contact UAPD at 205-348-2288

WHAT IS THE CARD USED FOR?

You'll use the ACT Card for many things both on- and off-campus while at UA! This includes: door access for both residential and academic buildings, meal plans, Bama Cash, Dining Dollars, NCAA athletic events (including football with ticket), UA Recreation Centers, Student Health and Counseling, event check in and more.

For details on any of these services, visit the ACT Card Basics page or contact the Action Card Office.

ACCOUNTS

There are several important accounts on your ACT Card that you will use on- and off-campus!

Bama Cash

Required for residence hall laundry & campus network printing!

Load money to your ACT Card to use Bama Cash at 100 on- and off-campus locations!

You are never billed for Bama Cash and it does not expire!

Students/faculty/staff can make a Bama Cash deposit through the eAccounts app using Apple Pay or a saved payment method.

Parents/family/supporters of a UA student can make a Guest Deposit through the Action Card website at any time using a debit/credit card.

Bama Cash deposits can also be made via phone during business hours.

How to create a saved payment method for eAccounts app

Make a first-time successful deposit through the ACT Card website. At the end of your deposit select the Save Payment Method option. Your card will then be available for deposits through the eAccounts mobile app.

Bama Cash vs. Dining Dollars

What’s the difference?

Bama Cash is loaded to the ACT Card by students (or family/friends of a UA student) or faculty/staff.

Dining Dollars is a student fee billed to undergraduate students taking 9 or more on-campus hours. These hours do not include online, co-op, hybrid or internship courses.

Unused Dining Dollars remaining in your account at the end of the Spring semester will roll into Bama Cash.

Want more details on the difference between Bama Cash and Dining Dollars? Watch our informational video!

Using Bama Cash/Dining Dollars off-campus

For online orders

To use your Bama Cash or Dining Dollars for online or phone orders you’ll need your 16-digit ACT Card number.

Find your number by logging into myBama > Student Tab > Enterprise Operations box > Action Card: Card Number

This number changes every time you download a card, so when you load your card to a new phone make sure you check this updated number.

MOBILE CARD FAQ

Have a new phone? Want to know what to do if your device is out of battery? Have other questions about your ACT Card? Check out our mobile ACT Card FAQs!

InfoThe University of Alabama is a mobile-first campus

This means to ensure you have the best experience, your official ID for the University is the mobile ACT Card!

Device not compatible? No worries! Contact the Action Card Office for assistance.

COMMEMORATE YOUR GRADUATION

Exclusive to current students who have applied to graduate, the Graduate Commemorative Card features your name, ACT Card photo and graduation term.
These cards are only available for the current graduation term, so don’t delay and get yours today!

Orders are currently open for the Spring 2024 Term until May 31.

GET IN THE GAME

Ready to cheer on the Crimson Tide? Use your ACT Card for entry into all NCAA athletic events!

Student football tickets require a ticket package for Gameday entry or a transferred ticket from another student using MyTickets. Don't have a ticket but want to attend? Add yourself to the waitlist!

On-campus students must be taking 5 on-campus hours (not including online, co-op, hybrid or internship classes) to be eligible for MyTickets.

UA Online students enrolled in at least 5 hours are eligible to join the MyTickets waitlist to receive a ticket or have another student transfer a ticket to them.