Debit/Credit Card

Debit/Credit card payments can be made directly through the ‘Pay Now’ button on the student’s online bill and are processed by Nelnet Business Solutions through NTS (Nelnet Transaction Solutions).  Nelnet Business Solutions provides third-party transaction processing services, operating under an agreement with PSU to process credit card payments on your behalf.

You will be charged a 2.75% Service Fee for processing your payment. This means that the Service Fee amount is calculated based on 2.75% of your payment amount. The 2.75% Service Fee is added to your payment and will appear as a separate item on your debit/credit card statement. The Service Fee is not assessed by PSU and is not refundable, even if the payment to which it relates is cancelled, refunded, credited or charged back.

By using this service you agree to pay the service fee.

To pay your bill online:

  1. Log on to myPlymouth.
  2. Click the ‘Services’ tab.
  3. Look in the ‘myFinances’ section.
  4. Click ‘View My Bill’.
  5. Click ‘Pay Now’, enter the amount and your card information.

Please note that there is no service fee if you choose to pay by echeck; see our Online E-check payment page for more information.

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