New to Reed? More questions are answered on the "getting started" page of our orientation website.
- PAYMENT DUE DATES
- Fall 2018: August 10, 2018
- Spring 2019: January 11, 2019
- Please create an account in Student Account Center.
- This will provide on-line, real time access for students and their families to their
- student account activity.
To whom and where will bills be sent?
Discuss with your parent or guardian strategies for sharing financial information before you come to Reed. As part of that discussion, determine where your bills should be sent and who may have access to your financial records.
The Billing Information & Release Form authorizes specific people to receive bills from Reed and serves as a release of financial information regarding a student's tuition account to people whom the student specifies. This form must be completed each year so that names, addresses, and emails are all kept up to date. Students must complete this authorization in order for the business office to send an e-bill and paper bill, and also to release detailed information about a student's financial account to parents, family members, trustees, or banks. We will not be able to release specific information over the phone or in writing to anyone who is not authorized in writing by the student.
Please complete this form online in IRIS, the Integrated Reed Information System. You can also print it out, complete it, and return it to the business office either in person or by fax to 503/788-6687.
Electronic bills (e-bills) are the official means of distributing student account statements, but we will continue to mail paper bills at the start of each semester. The first billing for fall semester is mailed mid-July; for spring semester, it is sent the first week of December. Students will receive an e-bill at their Reed email address. If the student has listed other individuals on the billing information form, they will also receive an e-bill, assuming that an email address has been provided
The Statement of Financial Responsibility must be accepted in IRIS (the Integrated Reed Information System) before registering. This statement outlines the student's personal responsibility for college charges assessed to their account.
When are bills sent and when are they due?
Semester bills are mailed and emailed mid-July for fall semester and the first week of December for spring semester, with specified due dates.
Tuition, fees, room, and board, minus approved financial aid awards and established Monthly Payment Option (TMS) credits, are due on the payment due date.
A late fee of $50 will be charged on all accounts not paid by the registration day for each semester. Payments postmarked by these dates do not meet the payment deadlines; they must be received in the Business Office by the due date. You should allow at least 7-10 days mailing time.
No registration will be accepted after the Friday of the first week of classes each semester.
During the academic year, the business office will also make billing statements available around the 10th of each month, reflecting miscellaneous charges such as library fines, laser printing, O-week trips, music lessons, and fines for lost keys. Payment of the total amount is due within 30 days. Students with delinquent accounts will not have access to their transcripts and may have their library, printing, and other privileges suspended. Unpaid balances may be turned over to a collection agency. If this occurs, the student is responsible for all costs and attorney fees incurred in the collection process.
Can I view the student account online?
Online access is available, for students and their families, through Student Account Center. Details are below. Information regarding the student account is also available online through Banner Self-Service. This service is for students only.Through Banner Self–Service, students can view and manage their financial aid,view Reed College employment information and manage timesheets, and can check their current student account balance and make payments online.
Student Account Center Registration Instructions
Students can view their balance and also grant access to a family member or other individual who may help pay your educational expenses, set up a payment plan, and save different payment methods for later use.
Students initiate the invitation e-mail when they grant access for Parents / Authorized Users by selecting the "Manage Account Access" button within Student Account Center and clicking the "Add" button.
Due to student privacy regulations (FERPA), access to Student Account Center is by invitation only. An email invitation was initially sent to the student’s email address on file at Reed College to register for access to Student Account Center. The student must register first and can then grant access to Parents / Authorized Users by selecting the "Manage Account Access" button within the Student Account Center and clicking the "Add" button. Parents / Authorized Users will receive an invitation email to register for access to Student Account Center. Upon completing registration from their Student Account Center Invitation e-mail, Parents / Authorized Users may log in using the "E-mail address/username" and "Password" login section at the top, right corner of this page.
Should the invitation expire or need to be re-sent, please contact TMS at 888-316-9620 or by email.
Banner Self-Service Instructions-Students Only
To access Banner Self-Service, log in with your Reed ID and self-service PIN. If you forget your PIN, enter your student ID in the User ID then click on the “Forgot Pin? button. If you don't know the answers to your security questions, click on "Need Help Logging In? Click Here" on the login page and follow the instructions.
Navigating Student Account Self-Service
We recommend starting with the Student Account tab at the top of the page. From this main menu, you will have two options:
- Account Detail for Term
- Tax Notification
Account Detail for Term reflects the transactions for the term you select. Account Balance is the amount you owe before any credit for pending financial aid. If you receive financial aid, scroll down to view the Account Balance net of Authorized Financial Aid and Memos.
Tax Notification will show the 1098-T tax form for years 2013 and forward, beginning in January 2014.