Saving a Payment Method

Students and authorized payers can save preferred payment methods on the student portal.  Follow the steps below to save a payment method:
 

Student Billing Portal

Baker College Students:

You will be redirected to the student billing portal

St. Francis School of Law Students:

You will be redirected to the student billing portal

Saving from the My Account Page

Click on the My Account option on the top left hand corner of the screen

In the My Account page click the add payment method link under the payment methods section to save a payment method.

The add a payment method window appears. Select the payment method to save.

Save a Credit/Debit Card Payment Method

If credit card is the saved payment method enter the card details, name the saved card, and click save.

Save a Bank Account (ACH) Payment Method

If the payment method is a bank account enter the bank routing and account number, name the saved account, and click save.

Edit a Saved Payment Method

On the My Account page you can review the saved payment methods, edit them, or add additional saved payment methods.

On the edit payment method window you can update a saved credit or debit card or remove it and click save.

On the edit payment method window you can update the saved bank information or remove it and click save.

Saving from the Make a Payment Page

From the Make a Payment page select or enter an amount to pay then click continue.

Select a payment method and click continue.

Enter card information, select the check box to save the card for future use, name the payment method, and click continue.

Continue through the payment screens to complete your payment. The payment method will then appear in your My Account page under the payment methods section (see “Edit a Saved Payment Method” in this article for a screen shot).
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Article ID: 90856
Created
Wed 10/30/19 9:26 AM
Modified
Wed 7/10/24 7:02 PM

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