18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY 14214
1880 S. Winton Rd.
Rochester, NY 14618
The Student Accounts office at Medaille College utilizes electronic billing (e-bills). Students will receive notification via their MedailleOne e-mail that a new e-bill is available for viewing. Students can set up an alternate e-mail address to receive their e-bill notification.
Students can also set up authorized users, for their e-bills. An authorized user would be given access only to the e-bill, but not any other function of MedailleOne.
The e-bill statement will give students (and authorized users) detailed information regarding their student account. The semester courses that a student is enrolled in at the time of the e-bill will be listed, a summary of the student account and a detailed listing of current activity. There is also a tab with a direct link to pay the bill online with a credit card 24/7.
To view your tuition e-bill statement: Log on to Medaille One with your user name and password. Click on "Student Services" tab. Click on "Review eBill", then click on "eBills" at top of page and it will take you to your Billing Statement.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Student Accounts office at email@example.com or (716) 880-2309.
If you are having problems viewing your electronic bill, the problem is usually one of 2 things:
Pop-up blockers: you will need to allow pop-up windows from that site.
If you are using Internet Explorer 9, you may not be able to see your e-bill. Please use Firefox or downgrade to an earlier version of Internet Explorer.
Internet Explorer 8 is not compatible with the E-Bill software.
If you have installed/updated to Internet Explorer 8, the following steps can be taken to allow the e-bills.
If this does not fix your problem, please contact the Medaille College IT help desk at (716) 880-2282.
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