What is the difference between Tiger Bucks and Dining Dollars?
- A taxable credit account accessed through an RIT ID card.
- Use at multiple on-campus locations to purchase food and non-food items at dining, retail, and academic locations on-campus, including Barnes & Noble, lab fees, and HUB Xpress.
- Charges 8% New York state sale tax on all purchases.
- Remains active until you graduate or leave the University.
- Custom amounts may be added via Tiger Spend. Faculty and staff can enroll in payroll deduction.
- Faculty and staff receive a 10% discount at RIT dining locations when they identify as faculty or staff. Excludes online ordering.
- Visitors may add funds to a Reload Card at any Tiger Spend Reload Station.
- A non-taxable form of payment accessed through an RIT ID card.
- Use to purchase perishable and non-perishable groceries and food items only at RIT Dining locations and vending machines, excluding Java Wally's.
- Save New York State 8% sales tax on food purchases.
- Rolls over from Fall to Spring semester. All funds must be used by the end of the Spring semester or funds are forfeited.
- A set amount is given with each meal plan per semester or custom amounts may be added through Tiger Spend.
- Receive a 10% discount at Gracie's.
- Only available to students.
List of Locations that accept Tiger Bucks and or Dining Dollars
Accepts Tiger Bucks and Dining Dollars:
Only Accepts Tiger Bucks: