Not just for students—our office accepts payments for any bill on campus. You can also get a refund of excess financial aid or pick up payroll and reimbursement checks.
Make a Payment
If you owe money for anything on campus, including replacement ID cards, tuition, housing, meal plans, and fines, you can pay it through Financial Services.
- Online: use a debit or credit card or an e-check via Web Payment. You'll pay an extra 2.75% if you pay by card. Check payments are free.
- By postal mail: check or money order (include student ID number).
- In person: use check, cash, cashier check, money order, or debit card (with PIN) at our office on the first floor of the Library building. Credit cards are not accepted.
Find out more about billing, including tuition bills, holds, and collections.
Get Your Financial Aid
If you are awarded financial aid that is more than the cost of tuition and fees, you can have it deposited directly to your bank account. Set up E-Refund on the Web Payment site.
If you sign up for E-Refund, your financial aid refund should be available on the first day of the quarter.
Otherwise, we’ll send you a check to the mailing address we have on file. We send checks out on the Friday before classes start. The exact date you receive it depends on the US Post Office. We do not give out financial aid checks at the cashier window.
Pick Up Checks and Petty Cash
You can pick up payroll and reimbursement checks any time the cashier's window is open. You’ll need your Evergreen ID. We do not give out financial aid checks at the cashier window.
If you’re getting a paper check, it’s available to pick up for five business days after each pay date. Then we send your check to the mailing address on file. (See detailed pay schedule.)
Avoid mailing mishaps and get paid right away by signing up for direct deposit.
Reimbursement checks and petty cash
You’ll receive an email letting you know it’s available after we’ve processed the paperwork from your office. Come in during open window hours to pick it up.
If you’re getting a check or more than $100 petty cash, you’ll need to sign the log book.