Starting from September 2021, student ID cards will become a new payment method in the Hub and café outlets across all campuses.
We're going cashless
Starting from September 2021, student ID cards will become a new payment method in the Hub dining area and café outlets across all campuses.
This means that we will be no longer accepting cash as a method of payment for food and drinks items in our dining areas and café outlets from September 2021.
Details on how students can top up their cards are available in the frequently asked questions webpage that we have set up.
Free college meals
The move to cashless payments via student ID cards will also include those students who receive free college meals. We will be no longer using the token system for payment of food and drink. Instead, the daily allowance will be loaded onto student ID cards to allow for food and drink to be purchased.
Further details on how free college meals will work on the cashless systems are available here.
To facilitate this change we are phasing out ParentPay and using REMsPay instead. Students will continue to be able to pay for their trips, resources and visits as well as topping up their cards to use in the Hub and cafés.
Further details on how the new REMsPay system will work are available here.
|REMsPay Update |
We sincerely apologise to parents and students who have experienced difficulties with loading money onto the College’s new cashless system, REMsPay. It has been identified that there are issues with the system when attempting to access it through an iPhone or iPad device.
We are working with the software supplier of REMsPay to rectify this situation as quickly as possible and we would like to reassure students and parents that the REMsPay system can be accessed without issue from other devices.