Authorize Access to Bill
Please view our Student Account page for policy & regulation information.
What is an Authorized User?An Authorized User is anyone a student chooses to set up to get E-Bills and email concerning their Baylor student account. They can only see the bill information - no grades, no stored payment information, no academic records, no financial aid records or other personal information.
Benefits of being an Authorized UserAn Authorized User will receive copies of the E-Bill, and can make payments online with an electronic check (checking or savings) or credit card. Authorized Users can make a BearBucks Deposit payment on the E-Bill site at anytime. In addition, they can contact the Cashier's Office and discuss the student's account information.
Federal Government RegulationsThe Cashier's Office personnel cannot discuss anything specific to a student account with a person other than the student unless the student has set the person up as an Authorized User or completed the Information Student Accounts/Billing Release Consent Form in BearWeb, under Student Financial Services, Student Account, giving Baylor permission to discuss the student account.
Set up an Authorized User: Step by StepStudent:
- Login to E-Bill (use your ID number and 6 character PIN).
- Under My Account, click Authorized Users in the navigation bar near the top of the page.
- Click Add Authorized User and follow the further instructions. You will need to know the email address of each person you choose to designate as an Authorized User.
- Two emails will be automatically generated and sent from Cashiers_Office@baylor.edu to the email address entered by the student. (Check junk/bulk mailbox, also.)
- Use your email address and temporary password (in the second email) to login to E-Bill (use the Authorized Users box).
- Enter your full name and create a new password when logging in for the first time.
- Click eBills in the top navigation bar. Choose the statement date that you want to view from the drop down box and click Select. Your statement will appear in a new window (you may need to allow pop-ups).