Student Accounts Announcements

Student Accounts and Financial Aid are in the process of creating the Spring 2020 statements.  Please note that this process will be finalized and viewable online on October 31, 2019. ONLY those students beginning enrollment in the Spring 2020 semester will receive a mailed statement to their home address. Charges may vary based on the student’s registered schedule and housing assignment.
 
If you have financial aid that is not showing as a credit, log-in to the financial aid portal (https://financialaid.flagler.edu) and check “Accept Awards” and “Documents” to make sure that you do not have pending aid or outstanding documents.

Payment Information

Students
  • Log in with your email username and password above
  • Click on the Students” TAB (third tab) 
  • Click on the Red “Business Services” BUTTON
  • Under CASHNet My Account Info, click on Payments/Invoices/Parent PINS
  • Click on the blue, "View Account Details" to view all current balance info. 

Balances are due in full no later than December 1 OR you must be signed up for the Payment Plan.

Authorized Payer Only:
  • An “Authorized Payer” is a payer other than the student (access must be created by the student ONLY)
  • Click on Red Authorized Payer button below, authorize payer must enter PIN and password (as assigned by the student)
 
Authorized Payer Here
 
 
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