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Frequently Asked Questions
CASHNet is Gonzaga's online solution for eCheck, credit and debit card transactions and electronic billing.
The service fees charged to the University from credit and debit card transactions on tuition, fees, room and board had reached over a half million dollars per year. This expense was paid out of tuition revenues, therefore reducing tuition dollars available for programs and services for all students, regardless of whether or not they used credit or debit cards for payment. Gonzaga is only one of many schools nationwide that do not accept credit/debit cards for tuition and related charges.
No, you may mail a payment or come to the Student Accounts Office and pay with cash, check or money order.
We work to protect the security of your information during transmission by using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) software, which encrypts information you input. We store information gathered on secure computers located in a biometrically locked data center. We use firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and database level encryption technology to prevent our computers from being accessed by unauthorized persons.
The system is available 24 hours every day.
Yes, you are able to use your credit or debit card for other purposes on campus (e.g. the Bookstore and to purchase Bulldog Bucks).
The credit/debit cards accepted are American Express, Diner's Club, Discover, MasterCard and Visa. CASHNet also allows you to make an online payment from your checking or savings account via eCheck.
The service fee is 2.75% of the payment amount and is non-refundable. Please note that there is NO charge to the student or other bill payer for eCheck.
CASHNet will accept your credit or debit card payment if you are using American Express, Diner's Club, Discover, MasterCard and Visa. The payment amount is subject to a non-refundable 2.75% service fee and the transaction will be charged in United States funds. The eCheck option through CASHNet is not currently available through a non-U.S. bank account. You may also mail a payment or come to the Student Accounts office and pay with cash, check or money order made payable in U.S. funds.
Students may access CASHNet through http://zagweb.gonzaga.edu by entering their User ID (Gonzaga Student ID) and PIN. Once logged on to Zagweb, click on the Electronic Billing, Payment, Deposits and eRefund link. Parents and other bill payers, once authorized by the student, may access CASHNet through http://zagweb.gonzaga.edu/authorizedpayer by entering their Login Name and Password.
Students access CASHNet through Zagweb and therefore will use their Zagweb PIN. If you have forgotten your PIN, please contact the Help Desk at 509-313-5550 or the Student Accounts office at 509-313-6812. If you have not used Zagweb before, your PIN is your birth date. The format to enter your birth date is MMDDYY, no slashes or dashes. You will be requested to change your PIN to a more secure number after your initial visit to Zagweb.
Students will access their Zagweb account, click on the Student tile and click on the Electronic Billing, Payment, Deposits and eRefund link. Click on "Add New" in the Parent PINS Box.
After the student has set you up as an authorized payer, the student will need to provide you with your Login Name, the password is system generated and will be emailed directly to you. The authorized payer then goes to the following website address: http://zagweb.gonzaga.edu/authorizedpayer. For security purposes, the authorized payer will be required to change their password on their initial visit to CASHNet.
Authorized payers will be able to view the student's electronic billing statements and make payments on the account. They will not have access to any other student records.
Students will grant access to receive bill email notifications when they create the Authorized Payer account.
Students will access their Zagweb account, click on the Student tile and then click on the Electronic Billing, Payment, Deposits and eRefund link. On the CASHNet main menu click on the "Make Payment" option, and then "Payment on Account". Once you enter the amount you will pay, the system will prompt you to enter your payment information.
Electronic checks are processed the same day they are received by the university, so make sure your bank account has enough funds to cover.
If a credit or debit card payment was made through CASHNet, or additional financial aid is awarded or a credit results on the student's account because of an adjustment, a refund check will be issued by the Student Accounts Office.
Yes, a student can authorize more than one payer.
No, Student Accounts utilizes an Online Only billing process. Students are notified by email with a link to Zagweb and then to CASHNet where the bill can be viewed, printed and/or paid. If you would like your parents or others to be able to view, print and/or pay your student account bill, you will need to set them up as an "Authorized Payer" in CASHNet.
The "Your Recent Payments" feature provides payment information for payments made through CASHNet only. Students are able to view all payments made on the student account through Zagweb by reviewing their "Account Information" page.
Students and/or bill payers may use the information on the 1098T Tuition Statement to help calculate their eligibility for IRS tax credits. The following links will give an overview of current education tax credits. For more assistance, please contact your tax advisor.
The following address will give an overview on student injury and sickness insurance.
The Green Fund is a student-led initiative to help support Gonzaga’s commitment to “care for the planet” (Gonzaga Mission Statement); it supports a more environmentally conscious community and makes active the willingness to supplement the Climate Action Plan’s efforts to reduce the campus’s climate footprint and to cultivate life-long ecologically-friendly habits by GU students. It supports sustainability initiatives created and carried out by students. Even though multiple student surveys have shown overwhelming support for such a fee, it is nevertheless offered as an “opt-out,” meaning that students can choose not to pay this fee by submitting a written request to the Student Accounts Office each semester by the Add/Drop deadline date.
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