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Acceptance Packet: E-Bill

How to Use E-bill

What is E-Bill?

E-Bill is an electronic payment system that can be used to pay your $150.00 tuition deposit; check your account balance; provide permission to others (parents, employers, etc.) to view your bill and make payments; view and print your billing statement; set up your bills to be paid automatically; make a payment towards your balance; view your payment history; and store your payment methods for quick and easy payments.

You may still send payments by check or money order, or make payment in person to the Student Services Office (17 Fountain building, 7th floor) in person by check, money order, or cash.
*Please note that paper invoices/bills are not printed by the University

To Log in:

1. Sign into your MyFSU account
2. Click on the Student tab
3. Click on the MyAccount link
4. Click on the E-Bill link
5. A new browser window will bring you to the E-Bill page

To Set Up an Authorized User

Once you are logged into the E-Bill system, click the Authorized User tab and follow the instructions to add an authorized user.

Setting up access for an authorized user will allow others to receive monthly emails regarding your consolidated student tuition bill, see the detailed statement, and pay online using a checking or savings account or credit card. The consolidated student bill can include charges such as tuition, books, parking permits, software charges, and library fines.

To view your E-Bill and make a payment:

Once you are logged into the E-Bill system, to view your E-Bill, click on the eBills tab near the top of the page. This is a snapshot of your E-Bill as of the date it was generated. Any changes made after it was generated will be shown in the box below titled, Recent Account Activity. Click Pay to make a payment. Note that you will be able to adjust the payment amount later in the process.

Payment Methods on E-Bill

Credit card payments are subject to a 2.85% convenience fee. Electronic debits from checking or savings accounts are not subject to the convenience fee.