Payments on your Campbell University student account may be made in the following ways...
We have partnered with CASHNet to make this option available at no extra cost to you. This secure site lets you pay using Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Debit Cards and e-checks. Clicking on the CASHNet link above will access the Campbell University CASHNet online payment center. If you are a parent and your student has created a Parent PIN and Password for you, please access accordingly. Otherwise, please click on the "Guest Payor" link below the dialogue box which will allow access as a guest payor using the students 7 digit Colleague ID number and last name.
We have partnered with Peer Transfer to make online wire transfers easier for our international students. Please click on the International Wire Transfer link above to process an international wire transfer for your student.
Monthly Payment Plans
Recurring monthly payments spread your payments over the period of attendance. There are several options for enrollment into a monthly payment plan.
CASHNet e-Payment Plan: You may enroll into this payment plan by visiting the e-Commerce page via WebAccess for students. The CASHNet e-Payment Plan offers real-time update to the student account when the payment is made. Students are required to log on their CASHNet e-Commerce page via WebAccess and create a user name and password for parents. Parents will receive an email notification with the user name, temporary password and weblink to access the e-Commerce page.
Other options include College Foundation. If you choose this option, your payment is made to this partner, who then sends the payment to Campbell. The Business Office should receive your payment from the partner within 30 days of the partners receipt of payment. If you want to pay this way, please contact:College Foundation, Inc.
CFI is a nonprofit corporation that has been offering students and parents financial assistance since 1955. CFI is the central loan originator and servicer for North Carolina's Federal Family Education Loan Program for post-secondary education.