Student Accounts is responsible for student billing and cashiering operations at St. John Fisher College. Our goal is to provide quality service to students and their families while assisting them in managing their financial obligations to Fisher.
Student Accounts Announcements
Summer 2022 Semester Student Bills Available on Fish 'R' Net
Summer semester student bills are now available on Fish 'R' Net >Payment & Billing > FisherPay. The current account status will display the current balance due and the most recent charges at the top with any anticipated aid at the bottom. Statement history will display all of the statements that have been generated with the due date reflected in the top right corner of the statement. The statements are a snapshot of the student account on the date it was generated. For real-time information, please be sure to view the current account status.
Payments and scholarship checks may be mailed to:
St. John Fisher College
3690 East Ave
Rochester, NY 14618
Sign up for Direct Deposit
Sign up for direct deposit today on Fish 'R' Net under the Payment & Billing section. Direct deposit allows you to receive your credit balance in the fastest way possible. Please note that any student without direct deposit information on file and a credit balance will have their check mailed to their mailing address the College has on file. Checks will not be available for pick up on campus. You can check your address on Fish 'R' Net under the Personal Information section. Credit balance refunds begin the second week of classes each semester. You will be notified via email if you have a refund and when it has processed.
Tax Information (1098-T) Available on Fish 'R' Net
2021 Tuition Statement, Form 1098-T, is available online through Fish 'R' Net in the "Payment & Billing Information" section. Students may need to provide this information to parents, as authorized payers do not have electronic access to the 1098T form. Students that have separated from the College still have access to Fish 'R' Net and this tax form.
SJFC is required to report in Box 1 the amount of qualified tuition and related expenses (QTRE) you paid during the year. It is important to know that Box 1 cannot exceed the amount of qualified tuition and related expenses we billed you. Depending on your situation this may include a carry forward from 2020. Please refer to the supplemental information at the bottom of the page where your 1098T is displayed in Fish’R’Net.
Depending on your income (or your family’s income, if you are a dependent), whether you were considered full or half-time enrolled, and the amount of your qualified educational expenses for the year, you may be eligible for a federal education tax credit. (You can find detailed information about claiming education tax credits in IRS Publication 970, page 9.)
Please note that St. John Fisher College is unable to provide you with any tax advice or instructions on how to complete your tax forms. Contact a tax professional with questions about how form 1098-T can be used to complete your taxes or with any other tax questions.
Services of Student Accounts
Services include generating student bills, processing payments, establishing and maintaining payment plans, disbursing financial aid refunds, and collecting other miscellaneous funds due to the College.
If you are new to our site, we suggest you start by browsing the following links:
- The Billing Information page offers general information about student bills, the billing process, and payment options.
- Review our FisherPay Guide to learn how to navigate our electronic billing system.
- If you have any questions, our FAQs page is a good place to start.
There is an ATM on campus located by the Security Office in Haffey Hall. It is owned and operated by The Bank of Castile, and there is a fee of $3 per withdrawal for non-bank customers.
We encourage our College community to open an account with The Bank of Castile to avoid transaction fees if they plan to use this ATM.
You may visit the Bank of Castile website for additional information.