Online Account Information
Click on the Campus Connection link: enter your user ID & password > Student Center > Pay Online. Credit cards accepted: Discover, MasterCard, Visa or eCheck.
The Family Educational Rights & Policy Act of 1974 (FERPA) states that no one other than the student is entitled to information on a student's account unless the student has signed a release form and it is on file with the Business Office.
Student accounts holds
In the event your account is not kept current, a Business Office hold will be placed on your account. This will prevent you from registering for subsequent semesters, processing a course add or drop, requesting a transcript, or receiving a diploma. For example:
The 1098-T form is used by eligible educational institutions to report information about their students to the IRS as required by the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997. Eligible educational institutions are required to submit the student's name, address, and taxpayer's identification number (TIN), enrollment and academic status. Beginning with 2003, educational institutions must also report amounts to the IRS pertaining to qualified tuition and related expenses, as well as scholarships and/or grants, taxable or not. A 1098-T form must also be provided to each applicable student. It serves to alert students that they may be eligible for federal income tax education credits. It should not be considered as tax opinion or advice. While it is a good starting point, the 1098-T, as designed and regulated by the IRS, does not contain all of the information needed to claim a tax credit. There is no IRS requirement that you must claim the tuition and fees deduction or an education credit. Claiming education tax benefits is a voluntary decision for those who may qualify.
For additional information regarding 1098-T's, the American Opportunity Credit, Hope Credit, and the Lifetime Learning Credit, please visit the following site: IRS 1098-T Information
How to access your 1098-T:
To View your 1098-T
How to read your 1098-T