Checklist for Cash-Self Pay Option:
Make a Payment
How can I make a payment?
Credit / Debit Card or ACH Online
Make a Credit Card/Debit Card Payment
Make an E- Check Payment
Paper Checks, Credit / Debit Card
Pay at the Welcome Center
Pay at the Cashier's Window
Mail Payments via US Postal Service
Attn: Student Accounts
1000 Galvin Road South
Bellevue, Nebraska 68005
Wire Transfer Page
How do I make an Online Credit/Debit Card Payment?
- Click on Make a Credit Card/Debit Card Payment
- Enter Student ID Number
- Enter First Name
- Enter Last Name
- Enter E-mail address
- Enter Payment Amount
- Enter Credit/Debit Card Number
- Enter Card Verification Number
- Enter Expiration Date
- Enter Card Holder Name
- Enter Address
- Select State
- Enter City
- Enter Zip Code
- Select Description (such as Tuition Payment)
- Enter Additional Comments (optional)
- Click Submit
If successful, the resulting page will be your on-line receipt. If unsuccessful, the resulting page will display why it was not able to complete your request.
Do you accept payments from foreign bank accounts?
Payments received via check from non-United State bank accounts are accepted however excess funds will not be released until confirmation of funds availability. Bellevue University also accepts foreign wire transfers. For more information, contact Student Accounts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I get a receipt of payment?
When you make your payment online, you will receive an email confirmation of payment. If you make your payment on campus, you will be provided a receipt. If you need an additional receipt, please contact Bellevue University's OneStop Service Center at (800) 756-7920 / (402) 293-2000, option 0 or by email at OneStop@bellevue.edu.
When do I receive a monthly Statement?
Billing Statements are mailed one week after registration occurs every twenty-eight days thereafter. You may not receive a Billing Statement if your address is not correct, if you have no charges, if your account has been sent to a Collection Agency or if you have filed bankruptcy.
How do I read my student account or bill?
Your statement will detail the unpaid tuition and fees as well as financial aid, scholarships, grants, personal and corporate payments posted to your account since the previous months statement. Any past due balance will be reflected on each statement. The Amount Due Now is due upon receipt of the statement.
How do I verify my tuition and fee charges are accurate?
How can I get another copy of my bill?
You can request an additional copy of your bill by contacting email@example.com.
How do I request a Statement of Account?
You may request a Statement of Account by following these steps:
- Log into BRUIN
- Click on My Info category
- Under Student Resources, click Payment Options
- Click on Statement of Account Request
This document may be used for a variety of reason such as reimbursement by your employer or for tax purposes.
Can other parties receive information and discuss my student account?
In order to comply with Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) regulations, Bellevue University must have an Information Release Form on file to discuss any financial information with another party. Click Here to view a list of Common Forms. Select the Information Release Form, which can be printed, completed in full, and returned to the University by fax or email.
Consequences for Nonpayment
What are the consequences of non-payment?
Your account is considered in a past due status 1 day after the Due Date of the course. An account hold will be placed on your account preventing registration as well as the release of transcripts and diplomas. You will also be at risk for withdrawal from all future classes if payment is not made within 7 days of the account entering a past due status. If a balance cannot be paid in full, payment arrangements can be made by contacting an Account Resolution Specialist at 1-866-664-7008 or firstname.lastname@example.org. After all internal resolution activity has been exhausted and a past due balance still remains, your account will be turned over to a collection agency.
Will I ever be withdrawn for Non-Payment?
Bellevue University reserves the right to financially withdraw you if your student account is in a past due status. Withdrawal for non-payment can occur when you have not satisfied a past due balance prior to the start of your courses. While in this past due status a student has 7 days to resolve the balance. If the balance is not resolved within 7 days the student will be withdrawn from all future courses.
How do I get Re-enrolled after Non-Payment Withdrawal?
To be reenrolled in a course(s), payment must be made immediately. It is important to note that the payment must satisfy the past due balance as well as the amount due for the next scheduled course(s) if it is within 14 days of the start date. Once payment is made, it is critical for you to make contact with your Enrollment Counselor or Academic Advisor as soon as possible. This contact is a critical step in the reenrollment process. Resolving a past due account balance does not automatically reenroll you into your future course(s).
Reenrollment may only occur if your next scheduled class has not started. Reenrollment is also contingent on the availability of course(s). If you have any questions, please contact an Account Resolution Specialist at 1-866-664-7008 or email@example.com.
What are Past due Account Holds?
Past due account holds will be placed on your student account if you are in a past due status with Bellevue University. This hold will remain on your account until all past due balances are paid in full. Account holds are viewable in the Student Services Center by logging into your Student Account.
What are the consequences of having a hold on my account?
If a hold is placed on your account you will not be able to register for future classes. Transcripts and diplomas will also be unavailable until all holds are resolved and your account returns to a good standing status.
How do I Resolve a Past Due Hold?
To resolve a past due hold you must pay the past due amount in full and bring your account to a current status. Please refer to the Payment Options section for more information on how to pay on your account. Students may also contact an Account Resolution Specialist at 1-866-664-7008 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on resolving a hold.
Error while processing your submission.
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Please reach out to one of our Admission Counselors and they can answer any questions you have at 1-800-756-7920 (option 1). The Admissions office is open Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (CST) and Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (CST).
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