Make a Payment

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Guide for Students to Make a Payment on the Student Billing Portal

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Student Billing Portal

Baker College Students:
Students can make a payment on the student portal for a balance due for any semester that has not been assigned to a collection agency (see Important Dates & Information for payment deadlines).  Follow the steps below to make an online payment:
 

You will be redirected to the student billing portal

Login to MyBaker and navigate to the View Balance or Make a Payment page. Click Make a Payment.
 
 
St. Francis School of Law Students:
Students can make a payment on the student portal for a balance due for any quarter that has not been assigned to a collection agency (see Important Dates & Information for payment deadlines).  Follow the steps below to make an online payment:
 

You will be redirected to the student billing portal

Login to My St. Francis School of Law and navigate to the View Balance or Make a Payment Page. Click on Make a Payment.

 

Understanding Your Balance

You can view you balance by term on the overview page and make a payment by clicking make a payment on the bottom right.

 

Make a Payment

On the Make a Payment page you can enter the amount to pay toward each displayed term balance.

Important Note: Credit balances are not displayed on the student portal. In order to see a credit balance for a term view your Course and Fees Statement on the View Balance or Make a Payment page on MyBaker.

You can select the check all box if you have multiple term balances and wish to pay them all at once.

When enrolled in a payment plan the scheduled installment amount shows on the make a payment page and can be edited.

 

Selecting the box by a balance not on a payment plan auto fills the amount box to the full amount due, which you can edit.

Once you have edited the payments to the full amount you wish to pay click checkout.

A warning message appears if a payment was made in the last 24 hours. Click the agree box to continue with another payment.

Select the payment method and pay close attention to the notes regarding any fees for each payment method.

Paying with a Credit/Debit Card

If credit card is selected as the payment method, enter the card information, save the payment method, and click continue.

There is a 2.85% fee for use of a domestic credit/debit card and a 4.25% fee for use of an international credit/debit card.  The minimum service fee for card transactions over $20.00 and less than $106.00 is $3.00. Baker College accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

Click the box to agree to the service charge and then click continue.

Enter an email for the receipt, review the payment details, and click pay.

Paying by ACH

If bank account is the payment method enter the bank information, save the payment method, and click continue.

Enter an email for the receipt, review the payment details, and click pay.

International (Foreign Currency) Payments

Select the international payment option on the Make a Payment screen.

Select the country for the currency from the drop down menu.

A chat feature for help with international payments will be available during step 2 of this process.

Once a country is selected, the available payment options for the selected country appear.

Enter the requested demographic student information.

Select the appropriate payer information from the drop-down menu.

If required by the selected country, enter the code after selecting who is paying.

Enter an email for the receipt, review the payment details, and click continue.

Clicking "Continue" on this step will complete your pending payment and provide instructions for initiating a bank transfer or other instructions for finalizing the payment.
 
For additional questions on this process contact onestop@baker.edu or submit a ticket by clicking on the "Submit a Ticket" button at the top right corner of this article.

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Article ID: 155039
Created
Wed 4/19/23 10:10 AM
Modified
Thu 5/2/24 8:56 AM

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