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Tiffin University

Office of Student Accounts

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Student Accounts Tutorial

The Office of Student Accounts is dedicated to helping our students meet their financial obligation by providing timely and accurate information about their student financial accounts.

  • Log into your self-service account if you have not already done so.  Select the “Finances”tab at the top of the page and select “Statement.”
  • To view your current balance, select the most recent statement.
  • Statements are updated the 1st and 15th of each month for students with a balance.
  • Log into your self-service account if you have not already done so.  Select the “Finances”tab at the top of the page and select “Balance.”
  • Under “Period” click on the current semester
  • Under “View” click on Detail by Charges/Credits and then click Change

Check out the Payment Options page for additional information.

  • Log into your self-service account if you have not already done so.  Select the “Finances”tab at the top of the page and select “Make a Payment.”
  • While in your account “Overview” select “My Account” at the top right of the screen and make sure a payment method is set up.
  • While in your account “My Account” select “Make Payment” at the bottom right of the screen
  • If you are on a payment plan there will be two boxes auto-filled with amounts, the “Student Account Balance” box and the “Installment Payment” box.  There will be an “x” next to the amount filled in for the “Student Account Balance”, select the “x” to zero out that box so that you are only paying your installment balance.  If you are not on the payment plan you can change the amount in the “Student Account Balance” box.
  • Once you have entered the amount that you want to pay, click “Continue” and complete the “Checkout” process.
  • Log into your self-service account if you have not already done so.  Select the “Finances” tab at the top of the page and select “Make a Payment.
  • While in your account “Overview” select “My Account”
  • Scroll down to Direct Deposit Refund and fill out your bank account information.
  • Your bank’s routing number is found to the left of the account number. If you don’t have access to a paper check or you’re paying from a savings account, ask your bank for its nine-digit routing number.A diagram of a paper check shows the routing number and account number.

Meet the Team

Willow Frye

Office of Student Accounts
Financial Analyst – Student Accounts
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Degrees & Certificates

B.B.A. in Accounting from Tiffin University
M.B.A. in Forensics and Fraud Examination, Tiffin University