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Q. Where do I pay my library fines?
Q. What do I do if I have Military or VA benefits?
Q. How do book vouchers work?
Q. How do I get a receipt for my employer?


Q. Where do I pay my library fines?

  • All library fines may be paid at the main desk at the Shoen Library.


Q. What do I do if I have Military or VA benefits?

  • If you are receiving tuition assistance from any one of the Military or National Guard branches, please forward your Tuition Assistance form to thirdpartypayers@marylhurst.edu or fax it to 503.534.4086. The Office of Student Accounts will bill the military according to the information on the Tuition Assistance form.

  • If you receive Chapter 31 Vocational Rehabilitation benefits, please contact your VA counselor and confirm they have sent your Form 1905 to the Vocational Rehabilitation Certifying Official in the Office of Student Accounts. The Vocational Rehabilitation Certifying Official can be reached at thirdpartypayers@marylhurst.edu.

  • If you receive GI Bill benefits, please contact the GI Bill Certifying Official in the Office of Financial Aid at finaid@marylhurst.edu or call the Office of Financial Aid at 503.699.6253.


Q. How do I qualify for a book voucher? 

  • You must be a financial aid student to qualify for a book voucher.

  • If your financial aid exceeds what you will owe for tuition and fees and it creates a credit balance on your student account, you can request a book voucher to purchase your books prior to the aid being disbursed to your student account. You must have been awarded financial aid, returned a signed copy of your award letter accepting the financial aid award to the Office of Financial Aid and be registered for the correct number of credits for the term for the financial aid to show as pending on your student account.

  • If you are a distance student, please contact the campus store at 503.699.6245 and have them give you the cost of your books including shipping. They will then transfer you to the Office of Student Accounts and a book voucher will be issued for the amount of the books and shipping. Your voucher will be forwarded to the campus store and your books will be shipped to you.

  • If you are a local student, please visit the Office of Student Accounts and a book voucher can be issued directly to you.

  • Book vouchers are limited to $500 and only one voucher will be issued per term.

  • Book vouchers will be available two weeks prior to the start of each term and until the end of the second week of term.


Q. How do I get a receipt for my employer to prove I paid my tuition?

  • If you need to provide payment information for your employer, be sure to keep your copy of your current registration confirmation. This along with a statement from your online student account should be sufficient to prove payment.

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