St. Francis School of Law Student Billing Electronic Communications

Electronic Communications

St. Francis School of Law utilizes electronic communication, rather than paper, whenever possible for the conduct of official business processes and notifications. Electronic communication between St. Francis School of Law and the student or authorized payer may be provided (1) by e-mail to the Baker College ( email assigned to the student or the last e-mail address provided by the authorized payer, (2) by access to information presented electronically on the MyStFrancisSchoolofLaw web site, or (3) by access to a web site that St. Francis School of Law will generally designate in advance for such purposes. Communications to be provided electronically may include, but are not limited to:
  • Student Billing Account Balances
  • Course and Fees Statements
  • Tuition Invoices and Payments
  • Admissions Applications Fees Payments
  • Submitting a Title IV Authorization Form
  • Notifications of Changes in Student Billing Account Activity
  • Payment Plan Enrollment, Payments, and Reminders
  • Announcements of New or Upcoming Electronic Features
This also includes electronic delivery of form 1098-T. Students wishing to receive a paper copy of the 1098-T form can opt out of electronic delivery by visiting the 1098-T Delivery Method option on MyStFrancisSchoolofLaw.  

Consent for Electronic Communications

The electronic communications policy at St. Francis School of Law is part of a global “Consent to do Business Electronically” agreement and is presented to students annually upon signing the Enrollment Agreement. Students provide their consent for electronic communications as part of the Enrollment Agreement. Once consent is given it is in effect for the duration of the terms included in the Enrollment Agreement, or until a request for withdrawal of consent is received from the student.
Although, St. Francis School of Law reserves the right to provide records in paper format at any time, a student’s consent to conduct business electronically with St. Francis School of Law is also an agreement that St. Francis School of Law is not required to provide those same communications in a paper format. Students wishing to retain a paper copy of any records provided electronically can do so by printing or saving a copy of the communication. 

Hardware and Software Requirements:

For the hardware and software requirements please visit the knowledge based article, "Minimum Technical Requirements".

Updating Student Records

It is the student’s responsibility to provide St. Francis School of Law with accurate and complete e-mail addresses, mailing addresses, and phone contact information and to maintain and update promptly any changes in this information.
Students can update their address, and other contact information with St. Francis School of Law on MyStFrancisSchoolofLaw
  • Select “My profile & settings” under your login icon (top right corner of the screen)
  • Select "Contact Information"

Withdrawing Consent for Student Billing Electronic Communications:

You may withdraw your consent to electronically conduct business with St. Francis School of Law at any time. However, a withdrawal of this consent may result in the loss of access to the Student Portal, which includes an inability to view student billing account balances, enroll in payment plans, or make payments online. To withdraw consent, submit a request in writing to the Accounts Receivable Processing Center, 1020 S. Washington St., Owosso, MI 48867 or by e-mail to Any withdrawal of your consent to conduct business electronically will become effective only after St. Francis School of Law has had a reasonable period of time to process your request.
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