Student billing information located within the MyBGSU portal will be unavailable on Saturday, July 21 beginning at 10:00pm until no later than July 22 at 8:00am while Information Technology Services (ITS) performs maintenance on the tool. During this time all student account summary pages will be inaccessible.
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View billing information, payment information and payment options.
*Once live, proxy access to CashNet will be changed to the new Access BGSU method. Student access to CashNet will remain the same. Proxys must receive prior authorization from a student to access financial information using this new method.
View financial aid and scholarship award information.
View the pending items on the To Do list generated by the institution.
View the holds placed on a student's record for specific services.
View classes and grades at the end of the semester, and semester and cumulative GPA.
As of March 21, 2016, CashNet will be accessed directly through Access BGSU. Parents with existing access to View Bill & Make Payment will need to be granted access via the Access BGSU process - the existing Parent Pin will no longer work.
Note: During this transition, parents can still log into CashNet with the Student's ID and Last Name in order to make a payment. This will allow for a means to access CashNet while Access BGSU authorization is being established by the student.
It may take up to 24 hours to provide access. If you need to Make a Payment now, you may do so by following these steps:
- Copy and paste the URL bgsu.edu/pay into your browser.
- Enter the 10 digit Student ID and Student Last Name.
- Follow the prompts to make the payment.
As part of the Access BGSU process, each proxy is being assigned a new identification code within the system and CashNet. You will be required to create your saved accounts again within CashNet.
Yes, a proxy can have access to multiple student accounts through Access BGSU.
No, the BGSU student must initiate the delegation process. BGSU offices are not able to grant access to the student's information.
No, the proxy is granted read-only access to view the information that the student has granted them access to.
Proxies can login to Access BGSU by visiting www.bgsu.edu/accessbgsu.
All questions should be directed to the Technology Support Center (TSC) by calling 419-372-0999 or by visiting our website at www.bgsu.edu/tsc.
Please check to ensure that your pop-ups are enabled.
Access BGSU does not display grades for the current semester. Grades will be viewable after the semester has been completed.
The proxy will only have access to view certain holds.
It is recommended to establish a security question as soon as your account is created. This question is required if you forget your password and would like it reset.
No, there is no limit on the number of proxies a student can grant access to.
The student can change the delegated access at any time by going back into Student Center, via MyBGSU, and updating the delegated access selections. The student can also delete the proxy's account so that they will not be able to see any information at all.
No, the proxy will be sent an email notification telling them which access was removed.
Once the student delegates access to a proxy, the proxy will receive an email notification outlining the steps to create an account or log into an existing account to accept access to view the student's information.
The student can go back into Student Center/Share My Information and edit the contact information. Click on Resend Email Notification.
Agreeing to the electronic FERPA covers sharing student information with an authorized proxy in Access BGSU only and relates to just the 5 transactions supported by the tool. The student may be asked to sign other agreements to allow advisors or other University representatives to discuss the student's information outside of Access BGSU.
Having trouble? Contact the Technology Support Center (TSC) at 419-372-0999.