Why can't I view my eBill?First, ensure that pop-ups are allowed on your browser, then restart your browser and try again. If that does not solve the problem, visit www.cabrini.edu/ITR.
Why doesn't Cabrini College accept credit cards? Because of the high cost of merchant fees charged by credit card companies for accepting credit card payments, Cabrini College has decided to no longer accept these payments.
To allow families to pay by credit card, we have contracted with a third party service provider, Touchnet PayPath Services. Payments through Touchnet can be made through CabriniOne. There is a 2.75% non‑refundable processing fee for this service.
Also, Cabrini does accept convenience checks that are provided by the credit card companies, since these are handled in the same manner as personal checks, and we do not have to pay merchant fees.
How can my parent or employer make a payment on my account with a credit card or bank account? Students can designate parents or employers as authorized users through CabriniOne to make payments on their account.
To add a user, a student selects the Review eBill link and then clicks on the Authorized Users tab. An authorized user can set up their profile and make a payment at www.cabrini.edu/ebill.
When will the tuition bill be received? Electronic billing statements are issued by the Cavalier Express Center and available online in early July for the fall semester and in late November for the spring semester; paper billing statements are not available.
Students receive emails at their Cabrini email addresses when a new billing statement is processed.
What will be included on the bill? The account statement will include charges and payments posted in the current month.
Charges will include tuition, fees, room and board, and any additional miscellaneous charges posted to the account.
Payments will include cash, check, credit card, TMS payment plan credits, and any disbursed and pending financial aid.
What are Cabrini's payment options? The Cavalier Express Center accepts payments in the form of check, money order, or cash.
Checks or money orders made payable to Cabrini College can be mailed to the Cavalier Express Center. In addition, cash and check payments can be made in person at our office, located on the first floor of Grace Hall.
We also accept payments online through checking or savings accounts. Credit-card payments are accepted through Touchnet Paypath, our third-party provider for this service.
They accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express and charge a 2.75% non-refundable processing fee.
Does Cabrini offer a payment plan? Yes, Cabrini College provides a payment plan through Tuition Management Systems (TMS). They offer plans through which payment for expenses for an academic year (not including books) are spread over 10 or 12 months. A 5-month plan is available for the spring semester only.
Does the bill have to be paid in full by the due date? Yes, the amount due must be paid in full by the semester due date for a student's registration to be considered complete.
Failure to pay an outstanding balance prior to the class registration period will result in a student being prevented from registering for the next semester's courses.
What if I am waiting to hear about financial aid, grants, or loans? All financial-aid forms must be completed and sent to the Financial Aid Office in accordance with that department's established deadlines.
Once forms have been completed, submitted, and processed by Financial Aid, monthly statements will incorporate anticipated aid in the calculation of the balance due.
Is the work-study grant factored into the bill? No, a work-study grant is earned on the basis of the number of hours that a student works for a campus program or office, and students receive paychecks to compensate them for the hours they work during a given period.