Information for Parents


Depositing into the Middletown Cash Program is easy  go to:

Click on the Guest/Parent deposit button

Please enter all information asked for below

Student ID Number

This is the student's assigned six-digit Wesleyan ID number. If you do not know the ID number, please contact the student to obtain it before proceeding.

Student First Name and Last Name

You can make a deposit with a VISA, MasterCard, American Express  or Discover credit card with a domestic address.  We do not accept Debit Cards. Also, please remember to include your street address, city, state (use two letter state code) and zip code. When entering credit card number do not include spaces or hyphens.

Click on Make Guest Deposit to deposit funds

Middletown Cash funds are not available for cash withdrawal.

Having Problems? Contact the WesCard Office at 860-685-5300, Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

What Does the WesCard do ?

  • Functions as the official University Identification Card
  • Accesses all on-campus dining locations (Campus Meal Plan)
  • Functions as the University Library Card
  • Functions as the elctronic key for residence halls with exterior card access
  • Functions as the electronic key for access to the Freeman Athletic Center
  • Functions as the Middletown Cash Card providing access to a growing list of Middletown Merchants and campus services, including:
    • Laundry at most machine locations on campus
    • Broad Street Books for textbooks
    • Wesleyan Station for mailing purposes
    • The Cardinal Technology Center in the USDAN University Center for purchase of supplies
    • Vending Machines at various locations on campus

Parental Access to eAccounts Page Information

In order for parents to see balances, statements and transaction history information, they must get their student's permission first. The student needs to create a user name and password for their eportfolio  for the parent to be able to sign on to the Wescard website eAccounts page.

Meal Plans

The cost of the meal plan is covered under the Residential Comprehensive Fee that was charged on the student acount. This fee covers all meal plans with the exception of the Block 285 Meal Plan which costs an additional $ 300.00 per semester.

Meal Plans can be changed each semester during the Drop/Add Period for classes. After the Drop/Add Period the student is on the chosen meal plan for the rest of that semester.

Meals are for semester use only. Unused meals at the end of the fall semester are forfeited. Unused meal plan points will roll over from the fall semester for spring semester usage on top of the spring semester meal plan points. All second semester meals, meal plan points, roll over meal plan points and any additional meal plan points that were purchased  must be used by the day the University housing closes in May or be forfeited.

When a student runs out of regular meals they can use their remaining guest meals. Guest meals do not show on the cash register but are available to use at any meal.

The usage order for stored value is as follows- Meal Plan Points get used first, then Additional Meal Plan Points if purchased then Middletown Cash. If no Additional Meal Plan Points were purchased it will default to Middletown Cash so the student can continue to eat uninteruppted.

Additional Meal Plan Points to be used on campus can be puchased through the student portfolio under WesCard Services/Add Meal Plan Points in $ 25.00 increments. They will automatically be billed to the student account. They will be listed under Additional Meal Plan Points on eAccounts.

Balances are available on the eAccounts website 24 hours a day at . The student needs to sign in with their username and password for their portfolio and connect to the Blackboard Transact System the first time they login to be able to see their balances.