Your Rose-Hulman student account is maintained through the office of Student Financial Services in the Rose-Hulman Office of Business and Finance
Rose-Hulman has partnered with Transact Payments (formerly CASHNet) to provide paperless billing and ePayment services. Please refer to our instructions for using Transact Payments (formerly CASHNet) for more information.
Students will receive an email notification that tuition and fees have been assessed to their account approximately 30 days prior to the start of the each academic quarter. Detailed account information can be obtained by logging in to the student’s Transact Payments (formerly CASHNet) account via Banner Web. Student accounts will reflect all applicable charges and anticipated financial aid. Payments are due prior to the start of the quarter. Learn more about tuition deadlines.
All financial aid awards, including scholarships and grants, are shown as anticipated credits against the charges on your student invoice. These anticipated credits will become actual credits to your account approximately 10 days prior to the first day of classes. These credits will be reflected on your first quarterly statement provided that all requirements for verification have been completed and that all promissory notes have been signed and returned to the Financial Aid Office. One-third of each award (the quarterly amount listed on the financial aid award letter) will be applied to the billed charges each quarter. If financial aid assistance exceeds billed charges, a refund of the excess proceeds will be processed and sent to the student within 14 days after the first day of classes. A refund of the excess PLUS loan proceeds will be made to the parent borrower unless permission is given to release these funds to the student.
Outside scholarships will be credited to the student's account only after the funds have been received by the Institute from the outside entity. Outside awards will be credited quarterly unless the financial aid office receives written authorization from the donor specifying alternative disbursement instructions.
Federal Work-Study Funds/Work-Opportunity Funds are paid to the student via payroll. They are never credited to the student's account.