Billing & Payments

Students will be registered for classes after they have applied and been accepted to Concordia University. Prior to the beginning of each term/module, each student registered for classes will receive an email notification will be sent to your cune.org email account directing you to view your term charges through the connectCUNE portal. This notification is sent approximately three weeks prior to the start of each term/module or upon registration.

Monthly Activity Statements are provided around the 10th of each month.   You will receive an email notification sent to your cune.org email account indicating your statement is available to view online through the connectCUNE portal.  This statement is a snapshot of your account on the day it was generated and is not updated daily.    Fees, payments, or credits received after the statement is generated can be viewed in the Account Detail for Term section of the portal.

Where do I find my account information?

You can find your statement on the connectCUNE portal.

  1. Login to the connectCUNE portal.
  2. Locate the Banner Self-Service box on the "Graduate and Adult Education" tab.
  3. Within Banner Self-Service, drill down to Student → Student Account → Account Detail for Term.
  4. Select your term and continue.

If you are not planning to attend a course for which you are billed, you must contact your Student Service Representative or Online Advisor prior to the course start date.

How do I make a payment?

You can make a payment via check—electronically from your checking or savings account—or with a credit card. Payments submitted via credit card are subject to Concordia's credit card policy. You can submit your payment through the connectCUNE portal.

  1. Login to the connectCUNE portal.
  2. Locate the Banner Self-Service box on the "Graduate and Adult Education" tab.
  3. Within Banner Self-Service, drill down to Student → Student Account → Account Detail for Term.
  4. Select your term and continue.
  5. Click the "Pay Now" button which will redirect you to CASHNet where you make your payment selection.

If needed, please review our detailed instructions and information regarding CASHNet which includes information on setting up monthly payment plans.

Payments by mail

You may also mail a check payment, made out to "Concordia University, Nebraska" to:

Student Financial Services, Janzow 204
Concordia University 
800 North Columbia
Seward, NE 68434

Please indicate your student ID number on the memo line of your check.

Payments must be received by the payment deadline date as indicated in the graduate academic calendar.

Can someone else submit a payment on my behalf?

Yes! You can set up authorized users to make payments through CASHNet directly. Authorized users will receive an email with log in instructions, which they should store for future reference. This provides access to CASHNet only, NOT Banner Self-Service. You can edit your authorized users anytime.

Authorized Users can access CASHNet though the link in the email or by logging into CASHNet directly.

What additional billing and payment policies apply?

Payments must be received by the payment deadline date as indicated in the graduate academic calendar. In the event you are registered for multiple classes spanning the entire term, your amount due will cover all classes you are registered for in that term. For example, you may be registered for two, eight-week courses which span a traditional semester and, as such, your statement will include both courses and will be due at the start date of the first course (start of a traditional semester).

Payments must be made in full by the 10th day of the course or your enrollment may be cancelled. If payment can not be made in full, securing financial aid or setting up a monthly payment plan must be finalized by the 10th day of the course to avoid enrollment cancellation.

Financial holds

Failure to settle an account balance by the established due dates will result in a financial hold (along with a late fee) being placed on your account. Students with a financial hold are unable to register for future courses, receive a transcript or receive a diploma. A financial hold will be removed once your account has been paid in full or other satisfactory payment arrangements have been made.

What is connectCUNE and Banner Self-Service?

connectCUNE is the Concordia's online portal that provides you access to billing statements, payment history, grades and more student record access. Inside the connectCUNE portal, Banner Self-Service provides access to the Student Accounts system. If you cannot access the system, follow the instructions found at the CUNE Accounts website.

How do I get access to my student cune.org email account?

Navigate to the cune.org homepage and select "Email" under Students/Alumni section on the left-hand side. This will direct you to the Gmail login screen to complete the set up. Input your email as your connectCUNE user name. For example, if your username for connectCUNE is "john.smith" you will enter your email in the blank as "john.smith". Input your password as the same password you use to access connectCUNE.