Parent Information

Parent Information

Payment Methods

The University of Dallas offers several payment methods to students and parents:

In person in the Business Office - cash and checks
By mail - checks
Online via Cashnet - electronic check, credit and debit cards (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover)

Before parents or guardians can access or manage their student's account the student must create a Parent PIN which enables them to log into Cashnet.

Setting up a Parent PIN

Parents desiring to see the charges, payments, installment notes, or eBills will need to have their own login to Cashnet. The student can set up a login by doing the following:

Student:

  1. Go to Cashnet for Students (link opens up in a new window).
  2. You are now at the login page. Students, please use your 900XXXXXX student ID number as your login and your Banner Web PIN as your password. 
  3. After you log in, "Parent Pins" is located in the lower left-hand corner of the Cashnet page. Click on "Add New." 
  4. Enter the information into the web form. An email will be sent to your parent with login name and temporary password. 

Parent:

  1. Once you have received the email, go to Cashnet for Parents (link opens up in a new window).
  2. Use the login ID and password that your student created for you, and enter it in the system. This is a one-time password that you will need to reset to something that you will remember. Your student is the only one who can reset your password.

Remember that the student must set up the login name and temporary password for the parent or guardian. The University cannot set up a parent PIN.

Parent Enrollment in a Cashnet Payment Plan

  1. Go to Cashnet for Parents (link opens up in a new window).
  2. Use the login ID and password that your student created for you, and enter it in the system.
  3. Once inside Cashnet, locate the section titled "Installment Payment Plans," which is on the right hand side of the main page. 
  4. Select the Payment Plan that applies to you and your student. Confirm that the information on the payment plan summary page is correct and then follow the prompts.

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