Non-Student/Non-Grant External Billing

Effective 10/1/2012, all non-student/non-grant billing activity to external (non-PSU) parties will be centralized within the Budget and Accounting Services Office.

General Process Overview:

  • Departments will submit a billing request (link to steps below) online.
  • Invoices will be created weekly.
  • Invoices will be sent electronically (includes a link to pay online).
  • Departments will receive notification of past due invoices.

 

Online Billing Request Steps:

1.       Log into myPlymouth (make clickable link)

2.       Select the “Services” Tab

3.       Click the “Non-Student/Non-Grant External Billing Request” link

4.       Enter all required information and submit.

If you have questions, please hesitate to contact the Budget and Accounting Services Office at 5-3293.

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