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Make a Payment

Bethel offers an online suite of services for viewing and paying your student account. You can also mail in payments or pay in person at the Business Office located on the 5th level of Anderson Center.

Pay Online

  • Go to the My Statements and Finances channel in MyBethel.
  • Click Make a Payment. This will direct you to TouchNet.
  • Once in TouchNet, click Make Payment and then follow the prompts to choose your payment amount and method (electronic check or debit/credit card).
    • If you’re paying by electronic check, follow the prompts to complete your payment in TouchNet.
    • If you’re paying by debit or credit card, the prompts will lead you to PayPath, a processing service, where you can enter your card information and submit payment. A nonrefundable fee of 2.75% or $3 minimum will be charged by PayPath in a separate transaction.  Beginning June 1, 2018 the fee will be 2.85%.

Your payment will post to your account immediately. If you have financial holds and your payment covers the balance due, your holds will lift automatically when your payment goes through. It should only take a few seconds, but during peak times it may take a few minutes.

Give Access to Other Users

If you’d like to give a parent, spouse, or another person access to make payments online, you will need to set up a new authorized user.

Pay in Person

Pay by check or money order at the Business Office (Anderson Center 5th level), 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m., M–F. Credit cards are only accepted online.

Drop Box

A drop box is now located on the main campus across from the campus store.  Payments made using the drop box will be posted to your student account by the end of the next business day.

Mail Your Payment

Mail a check to: Bethel University, Business Office, 3900 Bethel Drive, St. Paul, MN 55112.

Please include your student ID number in the memo portion of your check.

Due Dates

Billing deadlines and payment schedules vary depending on your school and if you’re enrolled in a payment plan.