The LakerBucks account makes your LakerCard your personal, on-campus debit card for making purchases using pre-deposited funds. LakerBucks deposits may be made at the LakerCard Center, online via LakerCard Online, LakerCard Mobile, or at the Account Management Center stations (AMC's).
With LakerCard Online
You can make deposits to your LakerCard 24 hours a day by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover) using LakerCard Online. Other people, such as parents, can use the Guest login to make deposits on your behalf. You must make a minimum deposit of $5.00.
With LakerCard Mobile
It’s never been easier to manage your LakerCard! Install the LakerCard Mobile app on your iPhone, Android, or tablet and manage your LakerCard on the go…make a deposit to your LakerBucks Account, check an account balance, check your transaction history, or report your card lost/stolen.
- iPhone/iPad users: Go to the App Store and search for Blackboard Transact Mobile
- Android users: Go to the GooglePlay store and search for Blackboard Transact Mobile
- Install the app and search for Clayton State University
- Log in using your CSU network login
At an Account Management Center (AMC)
The AMCs accept cash only ($1, $5, $10, and $20) and do not give change.
At the LakerCard Center:
The LakerCard Center accepts cash and credit/debit card deposits. Minimum deposits: cash, $1; credit/debit, $5
To make a purchase, simply present your LakerCard wherever the LakerBucks is accepted for payment, and the purchase amount will be deducted from your account. Account balances are shown after each transaction. You may view your transactions history at any time via LakerCard Online.
Purchases with LakerBucks are like cash and cannot be disputed in the same manner as credit or charge card transactions. If you have a question about a transaction, contact the LakerCard Center and we will provide you with transaction information. Disputes about the quality of goods or services purchased with the LakerCard must be addressed with the management of the purchase location.