The Laundry Machines in the Residence Halls and Apartments are NOT coin operated; however, you can pay conveniently with your Laundry account on your campus ID card. No more hoarding quarters, yeah!
The Laundry account is the prepaid spending account for all undergraduate residents; you add whatever amount you like through the Online Card Office and the balance is linked to your campus ID card.
Laundry machines use High Efficiency (HE) Detergent, which is available for purchase at most HDH Markets.
- Wash is $1.25 per wash
- Dry is $1.00 per wash, extra 15 minutes .25
If you have any questions regarding your Laundry account, please contact Triton Card Accounts Services (TCAS) at 858.534.7587 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refunds/Problems with machine
For laundry room malfunctions, please call 858.534.2600 or submit an HDH Fix-It Request. Please have your PID and the machine number handy. Once the work order has been generated, you will receive an email confirmation.
Important! Please contact Triton Card Accounts Services (TCAS) at 858.534.7587 within 7 days of receiving your work order email confirmation to get a refund of any lost funds due to laundry machine malfunctions. You can also visit the TCAS office during the hours posted here: http://tritoncash.ucsd.edu.
On-Campus Washer/Dryer Locations
Eleanor Roosevelt College
- Kathmandu East: Ground Floor
- Student Activity Center: Ground Floor
- Buildings P, Q, V: Ground Floor
- Fireside Lounge Ground Floor
- Building J Uppers
- Muir Apartments: Residence Hall C/C
- Tenaya Hall: 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 7th Floors
- Tioga Hall: 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th Floors
- Argo Hall: Ground, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th Floors
- Atlantis Hall: Ground Floor
- Beagle Hall: Ground Floor
- Blake Hall: 2nd Floor
- Challenger Hall: Ground Floor
- Galathea Hall: Ground Floor
- Discovery Hall: Ground Floor
- Meteor Hall: Ground Floor
- Pepper Canyon Apartments 701a, 701, Plaza (Pepper) #1 C/C, International House 400
- Matthews Apartments Building 712 Room #B
- Black/Brennan/Douglas/Goldberg/Bates/Brown Halls: Ground Floors
- Frankfurter/Harlan/Stewart Halls: 2nd Floors
- Frankfurter/Harlan/Stewart Halls: 3rd Floors
- Stewart Hall: 4th Floor
Off-Campus Washer/Dryer Locations*
*Off-Campus locations only accept Visa/Mastercard. No Triton Cash.
- 3755/3875/3999 Miramar St.: Ground Floor
- 9156/9184/9238/9264 Regents Rd.: Ground Floor
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- Load clothes and close the door securely. Door will lock during cycle.
- Add detergent, bleach, and fabric softener in the dispenser compartment located on top of the washer.
ONLY A 1/4 CUP OF DETERGENT is required in front-load washers.
High Efficiency (H.E.) detergent is recommended.
- Insert coins or, if available, swipe Triton Cash card.
- To start, press desired fabric setting button. The door will lock one minute after pressing the fabric-setting button. It will remain locked until the cycle is finished.
|Colors, Permanent Press, Delicates & Knits
|Bright Colors, Woolens
For best results: wash full loads, avoid over-soaping, and remove clothes promptly at the end of the wash cycle.
Personal Safety Rules:
- Only wash items with a machine-washable rating. Never wash items containing flammable fumes.
- Never allow children to operate or play in, with, or around the equipment or the laundry room.
- Clean the link filter and return it to its compartment. A clean lint filter means a more efficient drying cycle.
- Place clothes loosely in the dryer. Close the loading door securely.
- Insert coins, or if available, swipe Triton Cash card.
- To start the dryer, select and press one of the three fabric settings.
If you are using a stack dryer, make sure you select the fabric setting for the correct dryer—upper or lower.
- The dryer will stop whenever the door is opened during the drying cycle. To restart the dryer, close the door and press the fabric setting again.
Avoid wrinkling: remove delicate and permanent press articles promptly after the drying cycle.
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Helping the environment while saving money
- Our Maytag washers are formulated to use high efficiency detergents. Most detergent makers produce High Efficiency products (clearly labeled on the box/bottle). These require far less product to wash a normal load of clothes compared to standard detergents, and in most cases will only require you to use a quarter cup vs. a full cup (resulting in consumer savings).
- Less chemicals means a benefit to the environment as well, as the cost of cleaning at the waste water plant is decreased. For those living in an area using septic systems with a leaching field, less chemicals are released into the soil.
- For more information about conservation and sustainability at UC San Diego, visit our Sustainability website.
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