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Transact Campus expands international student payments solution

Mobile credential and payment solutions provider, Transact Campus, has updated its International Payments solution for international student payments. The platform that provides transparent payment tracking, rate details, and real-time account balance updates is now able to process disbursements faster following the latest update.

Boise State announces Transact as new payment processor

Boise State’s Student Financial Services has partnered with Transact Campus to enhance online payment services in the university's Student Central system. The agreement will take effect June 1, and will see Transact provide a secure means for students to make online payments for tuition and fees, housing, dining, health insurance, and more.

PayMyTuition adds tuition management, campus commerce to product suite

Payment processing solutions provider for tuition management and campus commerce, PayMyTuition is expanding its digital student payments product suite. The product expansion will continue to include integrated solutions for student payment plans, eStatements, eStores, eRefunds, cashiering and international payments, but will now add more direct real-time integration into student information systems.

TouchNet, Anthology partner to better serve student payments

Campus credential and commerce solution provider, TouchNet, is working with Anthology to provide the higher education community with a better experience for student payments through straightforward, deeply integrated technology solutions. Institutions that use TouchNet and Anthology can now take advantage of deeply integrated commerce and credential systems.

Transact partners with TransferMate to help universities accept global currencies

Campus payment solutions and transaction system provider, Transact, has launched its new Transact International Payments offering that provides universities with a streamlined approach to accept international currencies. TransferMate is a globally regulated payments infrastructure-as-a-service company, and Transact will support the end-to-end processing of international payments for students and universities.

Transact expands staff in India, successfully completes annual PCI assessments

Transact has been busy both domestically and abroad, headlined by an expanded workforce at its Chennai, India location and the recent completion of its annual PCI compliance assessments. The added personnel in Chennai brings the total staff to 70 individuals at the company's IT product development hub. The annual PCI assessments, meanwhile, include successful completions of the SOC 2 Type 2 examination, PCI DSS assessment, and penetration tests.

Nelnet Campus Commerce partners with GradGuard for tuition insurance

Nelnet Campus Commerce has announced a new partnership with GradGuard on a tuition insurance policy designed to benefit both higher education institutions and their students. Tuition reimbursement, particularly related to room and board fees, has become a hotly contested issue in recent months after early campus closures last spring forced students away from universities and out of on-campus housing.

Nelnet, PayMyTuition offer international students new payment option

Nelnet Campus Commerce, a provider of secure payment technology for higher education institutions, is expanding international student payment options via a new partnership with MTFX Group's payment solution, PayMyTuition. The payment platform enables international students to pay their tuition and other fees in their home country's currency, while universities receive the payment in its local tender.

Penn issuing pro-rated room and board refunds

The University of Pennsylvania is joining peer campuses across the country in issuing prorated refunds to students who paid for room and board plans during the spring semester. With campus closures affecting Penn in the same way institutions all over the country have been, the university has laid out a student refund plan.

UConn issues room and board refunds as COVID-19 sends students home

One of the immediate challenges that campuses across the country are facing as a result of the spread of the COVID-19 virus is how to move students off campus. This has also led institutions to determine how to issue room and board refunds to residential students who will no longer be utilizing those services. The University of Connecticut is the latest to announce that it will be issuing refunds to its residential students who can no longer call their campus home.
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