Online E-Check

For Prospective Students Paying Deposits

Deposit payments include Tuition $200.00 and Room $90.00.

  1. Log on to the Prospective Student portal.
  2. Click the ‘Pay Deposit’ link and enter your banking information.

For Current Students

Online account information is available for all students to view 24 hours a day/7 days a week via the myPlymouth portal. Here students can see a complete summary of their charges and payments by term.

To pay your bill online by electronic check:

  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, your bank’s routing number and your account number.

There is no fee to pay by electronic check, however, please note that if you choose to pay by debit or credit card a service fee will be charged.  Please see our Debit/Credit Card payment page for more information.

 

To view your bill from another term:

  1. In the upper right hand corner of the online bill screen, find ‘View bill for’.  Click the drop down menu and select the term you wish to view.
  2. Click the ‘Go’ button to refresh the page.

To grant others access to view and make payments on your online bill:

  1. Log on to myPlymouth.
  2. On the ‘Welcome’ tab look for ‘Family Access’.
  3. Click ‘Invite Someone Else’ and complete the form.  Bill Notification will allow your family member to receive the same billing emails that you receive.  Bill View will allow access to your official PSU bill and grant the ability to make payments.  Be sure to read and check off the FERPA Authorization.
  4. Click ‘Grant Access’.

See the Student Account Services Financial Responsibility page for more information.

 

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