The College uses the services of CASHNet to process billing electronically. Electronic statements are generated monthly, at the beginning of the month. Fall charges are posted to the student account in mid-July and will appear on the August bill. Spring charges are posted to the student account in mid-December and will appear on the January bill.
CASHNet provides students and other authorized parties online access to view recent Pitzer College student account statements, review account history, and make electronic (ACH) payments. Going forward, an email will be sent to account holders/authorized users at the beginning of each month to provide notification when new bills are available for viewing on the CASHNet website. The e-bill is a static, point-in-time bill. It will show all activity that occurred up to the billing date. Any transactions that occur after the bill date can be viewed by clicking “Account Activity Detail”. These transactions will appear on your next billing.
Log In Instructions for Students
- Log in at https://mycampus2.pitzer.edu
- Select the CASHNet Tab.
- Click on “Go to CASHNet.”
- To add authorized users, click “Add New” under the Parent PINs section to authorize parents or other parties to view and/or make payments on your account. The student creates a unique user id for each authorized user.
Log In Instructions for Parents and Other Authorized Parties
PLEASE NOTE: To comply with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), students must first grant permission to release their student account information before access to CASHNet is provided to parents and other authorized parties.
- If not already completed, please ask your student to perform the steps above to authorize you as an additional user on the account. Once authorized, an email will be sent to you containing your username and temporary password to access the CASHNet website.
- Log in to CASHNet at https://commerce.cashnet.com/pitzerepay using the username and password provided to you by email.
For further assistance or to report problems with the CASHNet site, please contact the Office of Student Accounts at (909) 621-8191.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is CASHNet?
CASHNet is an online vendor that provides a site to house online billing statements and other information related to bills for students at Pitzer College. CASHNet enables students and authorized users to receive electronic notification that a new bill is available for viewing. CASHNet also enables students and authorized users to pay student account fees, including tuition, room and board, health insurance, course fees and other miscellaneous charges, online. Through CASHNet, students and authorized users will be able to view e-bills and make e-payments online.
What are the CASHNet hours?
The CASHNet system is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
What is e-billing and e-payment?
Electronic billing (e-billing) is a service that enables students and authorized users to receive notification of e-bills through email and access bills through an online account. Electronic payment (e-payment) is a service that enables students and authorized users to make payments online through a secure web site.
Is there a fee for paying online?
If paying by e-check, utilizing ACH through your checking or savings account, there is no charge. Make sure that you follow the instructions very carefully and properly input your bank’s routing number and account number. Returned electronic checks are treated the same as any dishonored item. The student account will be charged a fee if your check is returned.
What payment methods are accepted through CASHNet?
Pitzer College currently accepts payments via ACH (e-check) or International Funds Transfer.
Does Pitzer College accept credit cards?
No. Pitzer does not accept credit cards for payment towards a student account.
If I pay online today, when does the payment show on my student account?
Online payments through CASHNet are typically applied to your student account immediately. International Funds Transfer (IFT) payments will show as pending until Pitzer receives the funds from the payers bank. It may take several days for IFT transactions to complete and posted as a payment on the student account.
I’m not comfortable paying online, can I still mail a check?
Yes! You can mail a check to the following address:
P.O. Box 849964
Los Angeles, CA 90084-9964
Will the online bill notification be sent only to the students’ email?
When a new bill is ready to view, students will receive an email notification to their Pitzer College email account. Authorized users who have been set up by the student will also receive an email notification.
What is an authorized user?
Students have the option to designate another party, such as a parent, to view and pay student bills. This third party will receive their own log-on information by email once the student has authorized them to have access. The authorized user will be notified via email that the student’s e-bill is available for viewing.
Can a student have more than one authorized payer?
Yes, a student can authorize more than one payer.
Can authorized users view other authorized users information?
No. Each authorized user only has access to their information along with access to the students account activity and e-bills.
Can multiple bank accounts be set-up for payment?
Yes. Student and authorized users can set-up and pay from multiple accounts.
Can I get a paper bill?
All students will receive electronic bills. Paper bills can be obtained by accessing the account online, through CASHNet, and printing the e-bill. The e-bill can be accessed and printed from any computer with Internet and printer access. The e-bill can also be downloaded and e-mailed as a PDF attachment. If an authorized user would like to receive a paper copy of the bill, the student or user can print the bill at any time.
Can anyone else access information stored in CASHNet?
CASHNet is PCI level 1 certified. This means that the information stored on the site is secure and cannot be accessed by anyone who does not have permission from the student to view that information. Any banking information stored on the site (including bank account numbers) is not viewable by anyone other than the person who entered the information.