How does online bill pay benefit me?
Students can view current and previous account statements online anytime and will be able to view their payment history online. Students can also store payment methods to make quick and easy payments.
Can parents utilize this system?
Students have the ability to authorize other users, such as parents, to view and make payments toward their accounts.
Is this feature mobile friendly?
Yes. Students can access their account on smart phones and tablets. Students may also choose to have related messages sent to them via text messaging.
What credit cards can I use?
Nelnet accepts Mastercard, Visa, Discover and American Express.
Why am I charged a convenience fee?
Nelnet, a third-party payment service, accepts credit/debit card payments on the University’s behalf. As part of this service, Nelnet adds a non-refundable 2.75% convenience fee to every credit/debit card payment.
The convenience fee is collected entirely by Nelnet not Ohio Dominican University. The convenience fee is not refundable. You will be charged the convenience fee if you use your debit card as a credit card.
Can I avoid paying the convenience fee?
You can avoid paying the convenience fee by paying online via e-check. All you need to do is enter your bank accounting information (routing and account numbers) in the fields provided.
The amount will be debited directly from your checking or savings account. You can also avoid the convenience fee by paying with a paper check and mailing it to ODU.
Is there a payment plan?
Students can sign up for a monthly payment plan through the online bill pay system. The enrollment fee is $60 per semester.
Will I receive paper bills and statements too?
No. All bills and statements will be sent electronically and you will not receive paper bills or statements.