Student Billing & Payment Center

The payment center provides a secure place to save your banking information, make one time payments, or schedule payments. Coming this Fall 2019, it will also be the place where students and parents can view billing statements.

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For the NO FEE electronic check payment you will need your bank account number, bank routing number, and student ID number. Payments by credit or debit card will be assessed a 2.75% fee. Please contact us with questions.

**Students, invite your parent or guardian to pay on your behalf.

Payments via electronic check, credit or debit card

For the electronic check payment you will need your bank account number, bank routing number, and the student’s ID number. Payments by credit or debit card will be assessed a 2.75% fee. Students may set up parents as authorized users which gives parents access to the available tools with their own independent user name and password.

Billing information

Calvin administrates all billing statements electronically. You are notified via email when your statements are available.

You must set up third parties, such as parent(s), as authorized users before they may receive statements. Even if you have already granted a third party permission to pay bills, you must also grant permission for the third party to receive billing statements.

LEARN MORE ABOUT STUDENT PRIVACY »

Sign your parents up to receive statements (ends August 2019)

Students may give permission for others to receive copies of their statements regularly through Calvin’s E-Statement Subscription service. E-Statement subscriptions can be set up by the student from Student Resources:

  1. Students, click E-Statement subscription
  2. Log in
  3. Enter your parent or guardian’s email address
  4. Press SUBMIT

Each time a new statement is generated, a courtesy copy is then sent via email to a list of subscribers designated by the student. E-Statement copies will continue to be sent each statement period until the student removes the subscriber from the service.

Understand your statement

Don’t let the terminology on your billing statements throw you for a loop.

Get the full explanation here »

Managing your college finances

As a student, you’re responsible for:

  • Coordinating the payment of your accounts.
  • Submitting financial aid forms prior to the start of the academic year.
  • Contacting us if you’re having difficulty meeting a due date.