Nelnet Campus Commerce is a new electronic billing, payment and refund service offered by MCNY. Through this service, students will have the ability to check monthly billing statements and pay tuition and other expenses online.
Convenient access to eBills and payment services 24 hours a day/ 7days a week via the internet using your secure, MCNY Self-Service account. Ability to make payments via electronic check or credit card (American Express, [...]
Students will access Nelnet Campus Commerce through the Finances Tab of MCNY's Student Portal - Self-Service. Once there, students will be redirected to Nelnet’s Campus Commerce secure portal to view eBills and/or make payments. Here [...]
Each time a new billing statement is available, an email from firstname.lastname@example.org will be sent to your official MCNY Outlook email address.
How do students give Parents or other Authorized Parties access to pay online? How can my Parents or other Authorized Parties view my balance and make payment online?Pavel Mamontov2020-11-20T17:03:24-05:00
Students have the option to designate a parent, spouse or others to be Authorized Party. Students use their own Nelnet Campus Commerce account to set up and manage Authorized Party accounts. After students designate individuals [...]
Yes, the College has designated electronic billing as the official means of generating tuition & related expenses. All currently enrolled students will receive an email notifying them that a bill is available for viewing. Each [...]
Nelnet stores copies of billing statements. Students can easily print a copy of their e-bill using any computer connected to the Internet and a printer. The bills are available in PDF format and can be [...]
No, because the electronic bill is a static monthly billing statement. Payments made to your account will be reflected on your next electronic bill. However, students can verify payments posted in dynamic real-time by logging [...]
No, students or Authorized Users/Payers can print a hard copy of the eBill via the Internet and mail their payment (check, cashier's check, money order) along with the remittance portion of the printed eBill to [...]
An electronic check (eCheck or ACH transfer) is similar to writing a paper check. The only difference is that you are authorizing the debiting of your checking or savings account online without presenting a physical [...]