Beginning in August 2014, paper billings will not be mailed to students' home address. All billings after July will be email only.
Online bill pay provides you with an easy, efficient, safe and secure way to pay your bill.
- Log onto portal.ndm.edu and select WebAdvisor.
- To make a payment, select Pay on My Account and enter the amount you wish to pay. Select either your credit card or check. Credit cards require account number, expiration date and security code. Beginning February 1, 2016, credit and debit card payments will include a 2.5% processing fee to offset the merchant charges.
Note: The security code is on the back of your card. To pay by check, the routing number, account number and check number will need to be entered. The system will return a confirmation to you and will send you an email confirming receipt of your payment.
After logging in, select Account Summary by Term to view your outstanding balance by term, or select Account Statement to view the details of your account for the last 365 days.
Online payments post immediately. Registration changes reflect on student accounts immediately as well. Students will see their true balances anytime they review their accounts.
The online payment option accepts VISA, American Express, Discover & MasterCard and E-checks. Credit and debit card payments will include a 2.5% processing fee.
What is an electronic check?
Electronic check, or E-check, is a form of payment made via the Internet that is designed to perform the same function as a conventional check.
Paying with an electronic check is similar to a paper check transaction. It enables you to pay directly from your existing personal checking account, and is processed using the system banks use for electronic deposits and payments. The electronic check option requires that you enter the numbers imprinted on the bottom of your paper check (bank routing and account numbers). Your information will be converted into a standard electronic funds transfer (EFT) item and then processed through the Automated Clearing House (ACH) network. This is the same system that handles ATM transactions and the direct deposit of payroll checks. Think of it as a check without the paper.