What is MacPass?

Your student’s MacPass is their on-campus ID card. They will use it to get into buildings, pay for food with their meal plan, and access the library and Leonard Center.

What is Mac Money?

Mac Money is the on-campus currency at Macalester. It can be used at all on-campus dining locations, as well as snacks from the vending machines, supplies from the Highlander, and more!

How can I add Mac Money to my Student’s Account?

You can add Mac Money to your student’s account at get.cbord.com. All you need to know is their Mac ID number. If you’re on campus, you can also add Mac Money with cash using the Value Plus Reload Station in the lower level of the Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center.

What is MacPass doing to keep students safe?

Your student’s MacPass offers a number of ways to keep safe and socially distant while on campus. The physical MacPass card is equipped with a contactless chip that is used to operate their meal plans, open doors, and more without ever handing their card to another person. Additionally, MacPass is offered digitally with GET Mobile, which is an app that lets students use their phone as their card for meals and access to the Leonard Center. GET Mobile is also offering online ordering from the Grille, Nessie’s, Scotty’s, the Atrium Market, and the Coffee Cart, as well as time-block reservation for eating in Cafe Mac.