Temple University Diamond Dollars


Budgeting your on-campus spending can be a problem. Having money available for books, supplies, food, special event tickets, etc., often requires credit cards, checkbooks, or visits to the automatic bank teller. For a short presentation on Diamond Dollars, click here.

Now the need to carry cash is virtually eliminated. Your University ID serves as a means of access to your Diamond Dollar account. Simply deposit funds into your account, then use your University ID all over campus to make purchases! Purchases at the Temple University Bookstore, Copy Centers, Laundry Facilities, Vending Machines , and Parking Services are all made easier and faster with Diamond Dollars!

Looking to deposit to

someone's account?

Do you need information about managing your student debt?

Tuition Billing for Diamond Dollars will be available through Thursday, February 19th.

**We have updated**

We completed a system upgrade earlier this month that will have the following impact on every account:

  1. The entry on August 2 titled "void Payment" is the balance in your account being transferred from the old system to the new one.
  2. If you had granted additional access to your account to anyone else, you might have to reset that access.
  3. If you had a Low Balance Warning set on your account, you will need to reset it.
  4. You will not see any transaction history prior to August 2, 2014. If you require information from the prior period, please contact our office.

We are sorry for any inconvenience these changes may cause our customers!

If you are trying to set your

Morgan Hall Security PIN

you must LOG in first by using the link in the upper left for

Online Account Management!


Need to make a couple of copies, do 2 loads of laundry?

Use the TECH Center Diamond Dollars Value Transfer Station (VTS) to deposit cash in $1, $5, $10, or $20 amounts directly to your Diamond Dollars account.

Look for the Diamond Dollars VTS machine at the Consulting Desk on the second floor of the TECH Center lab.

Graduate student, Brian Cleary using the VTS to check a balance!