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Cashier's Office

Methods Of Payment
Payments
International Payments
Faculty and Staff

The BYU–Hawaii Cashier’s Office is responsible for accepting and processing payments/receipts for the University. Please note the accepted forms of payments below. For international wire payment options and instructions, visit "International Payments."

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 10 am - 3 pm
*Closed for devotionals on Tuesdays from 11 am - 12 pm.

Payment Options

In-Person Payments

  • Cash.
  • Cashier’s check.
  • Credit or debit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Discover only).
  • Money order.
  • Personal check.
  • Travelers’ check.

*Note: Checks must be made payable to BYU–Hawaii with the check holder’s contact number.
Include the student’s name and ID number. BYU–Hawaii does not accept postdated checks.

Credit Card Payment by Phone

  • Calls can be taken Monday - Friday 10 am - 3 pm Hawaii Standard Time (closed for devotionals on Tuesdays, from 11 am - 12 pm HST).
  • Phone: (808) 675-3724 or (808) 675-3718.
  • The person whose name appears on the card must be the person making the call.

Payment by Mail

BYUH Financial Services
55-220 Kulanui Street #1955
Laie, HI 96762

Online Payment

Go to myBYUH Student.

  1. Click on "Student Center."
  2. Login.
  3. Click on the blue "Make a Payment" button (Ensure that the POP-UP BLOCK is DISABLED).
  4. Once in CashNet, select "Make a Payment" from the left side panel.
  5. Select the gray "Balance" box to pay for the balance due, or manually enter an amount in the "Amount" box.
  6. Once all payments have been selected for payment, select "Continue" at the bottom of the screen.
  7. Click the drop-down arrow of “Payment Method” to select the option of how you would like to pay.
  8. Review your order and finalize your payment.

*Note: If you would like to pay from an International Bank Account/Credit Card, please see “International Payments” for instruction.

Or, if you are an authorized payer, go to the Cash Net page.

For questions regarding CashNet payments, call (800) 231-9182.

Flywire

BYU–Hawaii has partnered with Flywire to provide our international students with a secure payment method that simplifies the payment process. With Flywire, you can pay online from banks and countries around the world, usually in your home currency.

  • Pay with accounts in your home country, in your currency for most countries.
  • Offers payment methods like bank transfer, credit cards and e-payments (Alipay/PayPal) to make the process familiar and easy for you.
  • Avoid unnecessary bank fees and receive favorable foreign exchange rates.
  • Track the progress of your payment anytime. Flywire's multilingual customer support is available to help 24/7 using multiple channels.

To begin your payment, refer to the payment instructions for online payments. At "Payment Method," select "International Payment." This will take you to BYUH Flywire payment site where you will follow the instructions provided by Flywire to complete the payment.

Flywire Customer Support

PayMyTuition

BYU–Hawaii has partnered with PayMyTuition for international tuition payments. With PayMyTuition, you can pay your tuition payments from any bank, in any country, and in any currency at better than bank exchange rates. PayMyTuition is fast, simple, and cost effective.

Additional Information on PayMyTuition

PayMyTuition Customer Support Information

Call 1 (855) 663-6839 (toll-free) or through one of their local country contact numbers. You can also reach PayMyTuition at support@paymytuition.com or through their support page.

No matter what time zone you're in, you will have a dedicated customer support team available to you through live chat, email, and phone to answer any of your questions and help you make your payment.

How to make a payment – step-by-step PDFs

From the BYUH home page, go to myBYUH Employee.

  1. Scroll down to "Helpful Links."
  2. Click on "Employee Payments."
  3. Login.
  4. Click on the blue "Make a Payment" button (ensure that the POP-UP BLOCK is DISABLED).
  5. Once in CashNet, select "Make a Payment" from the left side panel.
  6. Select the gray "Balance" box to pay for the balance due, or manually enter an amount in the "Amount" box.
  7. Once all payments have been selected for payment, select "Continue" at the bottom of the screen.
  8. Click the drop-down arrow of “Payment Method” to select the option of how you would like to pay.
  9. Review your order and finalize your payment.

Policies

  • There is a limit on the ability to cash checks. Please review the options below.

    BYU–Hawaii Students

    Currently enrolled BYU–Hawaii students may cash personal checks up to $300. If the amount exceeds $300, approval must be obtained from the Financial Services controller or assistant controller. BYU–Hawaii and PCC Payroll checks can be cashed up to $400.

    BYU–Hawaii Faculty and Staff

    BYU–Hawaii faculty and staff may cash checks up to $400 (no third-party checks with the exception of checks written on Ward or Stake accounts). If the amount is over $400, approval must be obtained by the Financial Services controller or assistant controller.

    Others

    • PCC Payroll checks can be cashed for employees up to $400 limit.
    • Personal checks will also be cashed for PCC administrative employees and for BYU Provo up to $400 limit.
    • Employees who are at BYU–Hawaii providing services for our personnel up to $400 limit.
  • The following clarifies BYU–Hawaii policy regarding when cash refunds will be provided to students receiving scholarships and awards, loans, grants, book grants or other university payments.

    Sponsored (GIA / IWES) Students


    GIA (Grant-In-Aid) and IWES (International Work Experience Scholarship) awards for tuition, housing, and insurance are made directly to student accounts to cover current charges. No refunds will be made for these awards. GIA and IWES book grants may be refunded, providing the student has no other unpaid charges. Certain other scholarships and awards made to GIA and IWES students may be refunded. Each academic year, a GIA or IWES student may keep the first $1,000 of scholarships or awards earned. Any amount greater than $1,000 will be used to reduce the GIA / IWES awards previously awarded. The first $1,000 of other awards in an academic year may be refunded to the student to the extent they exceed any other unpaid charges. Short-term student loans may be refunded to the extent they exceed unpaid charges.

    Non-Sponsored Students


    Scholarships and awards, grants, and loans administered by BYU–Hawaii may be refunded to students to the extent that they exceed unpaid charges.

    A form of refunds

    Refunds of Credit balances in student accounts (a credit balance indicates payments and awards in excess of unpaid charges) will be issued in the form of a check on the following Thursday or Monday. Checks may be deposited into students bank accounts, cashed at the Bank of Hawaii, or cashed at the Cashiers window subject to the Check Cashing Policy. University ID will be required for all refund transactions.

  • There are multiple penalties that may occur if a check is dishonored.

    Penalties

    • There is a $20 handling fee for dishonored checks.
    • Students with dishonored checks for tuition will be subject to having their registration canceled and a holding place on their records.
    • In addition to the $20 fee, a $50 late registration fee will be included for tuition payment after the tuition deadline.
    • Debt notices will be sent to all parties submitting dishonored checks. A dishonored check must be clear within 14 calendar days by bringing in the notice, the amount of the debt due and the $20 handling fee to the Cashiers Window in Financial Services.
    • There will be a 1-year block on the personal account.
    • If a check is dishonored a second time, the subject will be unable to cash future checks at the Cashiers Office.