Students use GullNet to make tuition and other payments to SU. Parents can use Cashnet to pay, either as an Authorized user (set up by your student) or as a Guest payer.
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Students will login to GullNet to access your payment options.
Log in to GullNet Login with your user name and password.
Parents have two ways to pay, as a guest payer, or as an authorized user. We'll cover the simplest one first: guest payer.
Anyone can use Cashnet and pay as a guest. You'll just need the last name and Student ID number (also called EMPLID) of the student whose bill you're paying. The Student ID number can be found on the front of the GullCard, and on many correspondences from admissions.
To make a payment, open https://commerce.cashnet.com/cashnetc/selfserve/ebilllogin.aspx?client=SALISBURY_PROD in a web browser.
For help with guest payment, please contact the Cashier's office for assistance.
Alternatively, parents can be added to GullNet as an "authorized user" to make payments, view electronic bills, tuition payment plans, email notifications and text messages. The student will need to set this up for you in GullNet, and becomes your "admin" if there are password or other issues.
Note: Authorized user accounts are created and managed by the student within their GullNet. Neither the Cashier's office nor the Technology Support Center have access to view or manage these accounts. If you have an issue with your authorized user account, your student should edit the account as listed below.
Once the parent has been added as an authorized user and received the email, they should click on the link and enter their username and their temporary password.
Once you have been added as an authorized user, you can make payments using your new authorized user account.
If you are having problems with your password logging in, first try a different browser. If that doesn't work, click Forgot Password and then enter your authorized user's username or the email address where you received your temporary password. Answer the security question you provided and then follow the instructions to reset the password.
If both of those options fail, then your student will need to reset your account for you.
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