eBilling and Payments

The Student Accounts Office at the College of Saint Benedict uses eBilling as the official billing process for the college. Some of the advantages to eBilling are:

  • View Bills Online
  • Print Bills
  • Instant Access
  • Secure
  • No More Paper Bills
  • Make Online Payments
  • View Billing/Payment History
  • 24 Hour Convenience
  • Designate Authorized Users
  • Environmentally Friendly

 

From this page, students and authorized users can find out more information about their CSB eBill.

Students

  • Students gain access through Banner Self Service (Student Services > Student Accounts > My Account).
  • Students are able to view account activity and make payments via electronic check or credit/debit card.
  • Students are able to create authorized users to view and/or pay bills.
  • Students make the choice when setting up an authorized user whether that authorized user can view the billing statement, payment history, or simply make payments.

Pay/View Bill in Banner Self Service

For instructions on the following, please use the related links at the upper right side of the page.

  • Setting up Authorized Users
  • View/Make Payments on my eBill

Authorized Users

  • Authorized users are third parties specifically granted access by the student. Authorized users can include parents, guardians, spouses, employers, etc.
  • Authorized users are able to view billing account activity and make payments via electronic check or credit/debit card.
  • To create an authorized user, the student must grant access through Banner Self Service
  • Authorized users are able to log into the system to complete their user profile and make payments (as authorized.)

Link to login as Authorized User:

Use this link to access CSB student information only.
For SJU students, please refer to SJU Student Accounts Office website.

For instructions on the following, please use the related links at the upper right side of the page.

  • How to Set up your Authorized user account
  • View/Make Payments on the eBill statement