Only the student can create an Authorized User. An Authorized User can be a:
- both parents individually: they need separate email addresses or collectively: they have a common email address they share),
- employers, etc.
You, the student, might want to keep in mind that your Authorized User(s) will have access to information that is located on your My Bursar Account page.
Authorized Users have the ability to:
- View your eBill
- Make online payments to your student account through our secure payment site using an electronic check (eCheck) or credit card. (See: How to make a payment on a bursar account)
- Enroll you in a payment plan
- View your payment schedule
- View the balance on your student account
- View recent payments and saved banking or credit card information
How to Create an Authorized User
- Go to the Student Hub: xavier.edu/students
- Click the icon called "Pay Bill"
- Enter your Username and Password and click LOGIN
- In the "Your Authorized Users" box, click "Add New"
- Fill out the form and click OK.
Once you submit the information, the Authorized User will receive an email. If the email doesn't arrive promptly, the intended recipient should check their spam or junk mail folder since the email comes from either DoNotReply or NoReply. Once the email is received, there are instructions for the Authorized User.
For Authorized Users: When the student first creates an Authorized User(s), a Username and temporary Password will be sent to each Authorized User(s) (e.g. parent(s), guardian, employer, etc.). When the Authorized User(s) logs in for the first time, they will be prompted to change their temporary Password and answer a security question. From that point forward, when an eBill is available, the Authorized User will receive an email notification that includes a link which will allow them to log in using their personalized Username and Password.
Remember, if an Authorized User cannot gain access or is no longer receiving the eBill notifications, they should first check with the student to make sure that their access rights have not been revoked.