Online Payments through ePay

ePay!
The faster, greener way to pay.  ePay is Lasell College's preferred payment method!


To access ePay - Log in to Self Service through myLasell, click ‘ePay' to go to the ‘your account' page of ePay. You will see the following:

To make a payment - Click ‘make a payment' on the top menu bar OR the link in the ‘Your Account' box. You will see some or all of the following:

- If your Lasell Student Account has a balance greater than $0, the balance for each term will be displayed
- Optional payment items, such as the Enrollment and Parking Deposits, will be displayed
- A link to the Student Accounts Billing Policies and Fees document
- Click an item you wish to pay.... click ‘Add to Shopping Cart'... click ‘Continue Shopping' to pay for more items OR click ‘Checkout' to complete the payment process.
- That's it! Payment is on your Lasell Student Account & an email receipt is sent within minutes.
- Use the ePay ‘help' button on the top menu bar for answers to many questions or contact Student Accounts at StudentAccounts@lasell.edu.

Your Account - summarizes the balance on your Lasell Student Account, provides a link to make a payment, and shows the last payment made.

Note: if your Lasell Student Account has a credit balance, ePay will display your balance as $0.

Your Recent Payments - displays the 3 most recent payments; click ‘View All' for a complete history

Authorized Users - set up people you wish to make payments on your account; see detailed directions for this process by clicking 'help' on the top menu bar, then 'Parent Logins'.
Once the Authorized User is set up, they may access ePay at https://commerce.cashnet.com/lasellpay

Note: Authorized Users will NOT have access to Self Service and detailed Student Account information; they will only see the student's account balance via ePay.

Saved Payment Methods - during the payment process, you will have the opportunity to save your checking/savings or credit card account information for future use. The student and authorized users can only see his/her own Saved Payment Methods; Saved Payment Methods are secure by user.

Payment Options -
Payment Options - Payments can be made on ePay by check (at no extra cost) or credit card with a convenience fee or wire via peerTransfer for international students. Please remember you can avoid the 2.75% convenience fee by paying through your checking or savings account. Electronic check payment (ACH) on ePay allows you to pay the student bill directly from your U.S. bank account. You will need the routing number for your bank and your account number. Both numbers are located at the bottom of your check or available from your bank. ePay is secure, fast, easy and facilitates timely payments. There is no extra cost for an electronic check and payment will be posted to the student account within minutes. Visit MyLasell and select the finance tab to complete payment by check.

If you prefer to complete payment by credit card, MyLasell accepts MasterCard, VISA, Discover or American Express. There will be a 2.75% convenience/service fee assessed to each credit card or debit card transaction. Payment will be posted to the student account within minutes. Visit MyLasell and select the finance tab to complete payment by credit card.

We encourage students to complete payment via ePay, the fastest and most efficient payment option.  ePay is Lasell College's preferred payment method. 

The Office of Student Accounts does not accept cash payments.

If you wish to mail your payment, please return the bottom portion of the bill with your check or money order to: Lasell College, Office of Student Accounts, 1844 Commonwealth Avenue, Newton, MA 02466. Please be sure to include the student name and College ID on all payments and correspondence.

Students should complete payment by the published due date to avoid late payment fees and any difficulties at Check In.

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