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Florida college adds new Higher One service

Andy Williams   ||   Apr 20, 2011  ||   

Edison State College, Fort Myers, Fla. has added the CASHNet ePayment transaction portal from Higher One, a technology and payment services company focused on higher education. The service is set to commence this month and is intended to simplify and further secure payment processing which will benefit both students and staff.

Students and their family members will now have the ability to make Web-based payments via credit card, debit card and check for charges and fees. They will also be able to split payments between two or more credit cards, debit cards, check or any combination, set up recurring payments and make payments on behalf of students.

“PCI compliance was an additional benefit of partnering with Higher One’s CASHNet ePayment transaction portal,” said Guillermo Polanco, Edison’s assistant director of finance, “We look forward to a more streamlined process that is easier to manage and will promote savings of both time and money.”

Edison has been a Higher One client since implementing its OneDisburse Refund Management service in 2007.

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