I am trying to make an online payment (electronic check OR credit card) on eServices and I am getting a message that states my 'Account is on hold' and I cannot make a payment at this time. What does this mean?
Log into eServices through your Banner Self Service and click on 'Authorized Users' located under the 'My Account' tab. Enter the email address of the person you wish to add. More than one authorized user may be added. Once they have been set up in eServices, they will receive an email with their User ID and a separate email with their temporary password. You can also follow the instructions provided in the tutorial under the eServices webpage located in our menu to the left. (top)
Does acess to eServices also allow my parents to see my class registration, grades, address or holds?
No, please visit the Dean of Students Parent Proxy webpage for information on allowing access to your parents for this information.
I am trying to make an online payment (electronic check or credit card) on eServices and I am getting a message that states my 'Account is on hold' and I cannot make a payment at this time. What does this mean?
I am trying to make an ACH (electronic check) payment on eServices and I am getting a message that states 'Electronic Check transactions have been restricted on this account'. What does this mean?
This usually means you have 2 or more returned check or eCheck items. Please contact the Receivables and Collections Office at (757)-221-1225. (top)
Payments made online through eServices using a credit card will be assessed a service fee that is 2.85% times the amount being charged. There is a $3.00 minimum transaction fee.(top)
Students may designate as many authorized users (parents, grandparents, guardians, employers, etc) as they wish to access and manage their account. (top)
No, authorized users will enter the eServices authorized user site through a provided link. Authorized users will be sent two emails. The first email will provide them with a username and the second email contains a temporary password which they will need to change at their first login to eServices. (top)
Check that you have 'pop-up blockers' turned off and if this does not remedy the problem, try using a different web browser. If you are using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox and are having difficulty, try using Internet Explorer. Also, if you are using an iPad you may have difficulty if you are using Safari. Try using one of the other web browsers available to you. (top)