General Services Provided
- Publish an electronic billing statement (E-Bill) the
2nd Wednesday of every month for all students with a balance due or
credit balance on the account.
- Accept and post paper check and cash payments to students'
- Provide student account counseling.
- Free check cashing for students, faculty & staff (up to
$100 personal check with valid Butler or picture ID; up to $200 if
Butler University check).
- Process Refund Requests for those accounts with
- Provide Direct Deposit forms for students with on-campus
jobs. (Scroll to bottom of page for details.)
- Distribute student payroll checks (for students who do not have
- Sell Money Orders up to $200 for $2.00 fee. (Note:
Effective February 1, 2014, the fee will increase to
- Negotiate petty cash forms for students, faculty and
Health Insurance Requirement
University policy states that all full-time, undergraduate
students are required to have health insurance. Students
must enroll in the health plan OR waive the requirement online
by providing comparable health insurance information at
the beginning of each academic year. The waiver must be
successfully completed each year by the first of July to prevent
the charge from appearing on the first E-Bill for the fall term
(which is published mid-July). The waiver does NOT apply
to undergraduate international students.
For further information and to access the online
waiver, please go to
health insurance requirement.
The annual cost for the health insurance for 2013-14
The first E-Bill for the fall 2013 semester was
published July 10, 2013, and due in full by August 6,
2013. For students enrolled in the Monthly Payment
Plan (4 payments), the first payment was due in
full August 6, 2013 and the final payment due in full November
The first E-Bill for spring 2014 was published December 11,
2013, and due in full by January 2, 2014.
For students enrolled in the Monthly Payment Plan (4 payments),
the first payment was due in full January 2, 2014 and the
final payment due April 3, 2014.
Enrollment dates for Spring 2014 Monthly
Payment Plan have expired.
Electronic Billing (E-Bill) & Electronic Payments
The Office of Student Accounts provides students and
families electronic billing statements (E-Bills) and the
opportunity to make electronic payments (E-Pay). For details,
check out E-Bill & E-Pay
information. The section entitled, "Creating
Authorized User Accounts" provides the navigation
instructions for students to establish Authorized
Users. Once established, Authorized
Users have access to view E-Bills and make electronic
Authorized Users access student E-Bill &
E-Pay at https://commerce.cashnet.com/butler.
Having trouble viewing your E-Bill?
When you attempt to view your E-Bill or make an E-Payment, do
you receive a message that states, "you are not authorized
to access..." If so, you are experiencing a browser issue.
To resolve, first determine what type of system you are using
(MAC/Apple or PC).
If you're using a MAC (Apple) computer and the Safari browser,
go to the main browser menu and select Safari then PREFERENCES.
Click on the PRIVACY tab and select NEVER for BLOCK COOKIES.
If you're using a PC (any other personal computer), relax the
browser security settings. Click on TOOLS then INTERNET OPTIONS
then PRIVACY tab. Change the setting to Medium, Low, or Accept All
Cookies. Also, make sure the the box marked Turn on Pop up blocker
is NOT checked.
Either of the two steps above should allow you to access the
E-Bill and E-Pay site. If problems persist with viewing your
E-Bill, please contact the HELP desk at (317) 940-HELP or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Credit card and electronic check payments must be made via
E-Pay. MasterCard, Discover and American Express are accepted
credit cards. Effective 4/30/13, VISA is also accepted.
Credit card payments via mail, phone or in person cannot be
Our office accepts paper checks. Please
include student's BU ID on the face of the check and mail
Office of Student Accounts
4600 Sunset Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Monthly Payment Plan
Enrollment dates for Spring 2014 have expired.
Are you anticipating a refund check for spring 2014?
If so, details are available here.
Student Paycheck Direct Deposit
Students who have an on-campus job and receive a bi-weekly
paycheck are encouraged to sign up for direct deposit. Direct
deposit is easy, convenient, safe, and saves
valuable time during the busy semester. Signing up
for direct deposit will prevent waiting in long lines at the
Office of Student Accounts cashiering window on payday. Students
will still have access to cash as they are allowed to cash a
personal check up to $100 per business day (with BU ID) at the
Office of Student Accounts cashiering window during cashiering
Signing up is easy! Students - log on
to http://my.butler.edu/ and
select Self-Service then Payroll and Compensation, then
Direct Deposit and follow the instructions to Add Account (or EDIT
a current account).