The business office is dedicated to providing financial services to the entire Reed community.
We partner with students and parents to develop financial solutions that help make a Reed College education a reality. We handle tuition billing and collections, the budget, financial and tax reporting, accounts payable and purchase card processing, research grant monitoring, cashiering services, and payroll services.
Don't want to pay online? Learn about other ways to make payments.
News & Announcements
Recently, the Reed College Business Office sent requests for Social Security Numbers to students who do not have one on file. Reed College is required, annually, by the Federal Government, to send out a 1098-T tax form to students. The Business Office can only furnish this tax document if there is a SSN on file. Students may securely enter their SSN on IRIS by going to section marked Student Form, then scrolling to Request for Social Security or Tax Identification Number. Otherwise, the W-9S form may be filled out and brought into the office in Eliot Hall, Room 307. Please do not send these through email.
The new mileage reimbursement rate is .54 cents per mile.
Students and Parents
Monthly Business Office statements are being sent out via email around the 10th of every month, with a due date of the 10th the following month. The next tuition bill for spring semester will go out the first week in December 2016 and will be due January 6, 2017.
Click here: Fall Billing Insert for important information regarding bills and payments.
In order to receive a bill from the business office, a billing information and release form needs to be on file.
Billing Information and Release Form: this form authorizes Reed College to release financial information and send billing statements to the person or persons the student indicates on this form.
- Electronic statements (E-Bills) are the official means of distributing student account statements. Students receive an E-bill at their Reed E-mail address, and anyone that is listed on the students’ Billing Information and Release form will receive one as well, provided we have a valid email address.
Also, please remember if a student is waiving the college health insurance, a waiver form must be completed every year in the fall.
- Health Insurance Waiver Form: this form allows the student to waive the Reed College Student Health Insurance Plan, only if the student has comparable coverage. Learn about comparable coverage here.
- If you have the Reed health insurance plan and would like to print a temporary ID card please go here.
Students can view their Student Account balances anytime by logging into Banner Self Service and selecting the Student Account tab. The Tax tab will display a student's W2 and 1098-T form.