2008 Directory to Financial Services: Financial Products and Services for University/College Management

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2008 Directory to Financial Services: Financial Products and Services for University/College Management


* Top Management

* Financial Aid Managers

* Financial/Business Managers

* Advancement and Endowment Managers

* Procurement and Purchasing Director

CAMPUS COMMERCE

HigherOne

25 Science Park

New Haven, CT 06511

203-776-7776

www.higherone.com

Focused exclusively on higher education, Higher One provides refund management services to higher education institutions, and banking services to members of their community through a card-based solution. Higher One's integrated solution helps universities reduce administrative costs, streamline business processes, create new revenue streams, increase student customer service and strengthen the campus community. Higher One's refund service, OneDisburse, provides students with more choices and better services for receiving financial refunds. Higher One also offers a suite of banking services called OneFinance, which includes the OneAccount, a no minimum balance, no monthly fee checking account with the OneCard, a MasterCard[R] Debit card for ATM withdrawals and purchases, and exclusive features such as "Send Money", Easy Refund, and Campus AutoLoad. The OneFinance and OneDisburse solutions can be integrated with the institution's ID card or provided through a separate "refund only" card.

To date Higher One has disbursed over $2.4 billion of refunds for its university clients. More than 570,000 students, faculty and staff at distinguished public and private universities have received use Higher One's services through their ID or refund Card.

Nelnet Business Solutions

1425 E. Busch Parkway

Buffalo Grove, IL 60089

(888) 413-3150

info@infinet-inc.com

wvwv.NelnetBusinessSolutions.com

Nelnet Business Solutions, a Nelnet company, is a leading provider of campus-wide commerce services for higher education organizations, bringing customer-centric electronic transactions, information sharing and account and bill presentment. The Chicago-based company's QuikPAY[R] suite of automated billing, payment processing, actively managed payment plans and commerce services is utilized by over 700 campuses--serving almost 3 million students and families nationwide. As a certified Level 1 PCI Compliant campus commerce service, QuikPAY provides the highest security while also being able to easily integrate into your back end system for real-time account information.

Additional information is available at vvww.NelnetBusinessSolutions.com

Official Payments (formerly EPOS Corporation)

One Landmark Square Suite 400

Stamford, CT 06901

Contact Peter Drew at 866-580-0980 ext. 7340

www.officialpayments.com/education

THE PROVEN WAY TO MAKING e-COMMERCE GO FAST, EASY, AND SECURE.

Official Payments' fully integrated e-Commerce solution provides a single payment gateway for credit card and electronic check acceptance 24/7/365.

Our eCommerce solution integrates with Datatel, Oracle/PeopleSoft, SunGard, and legacy/homegrown systems. Our payment gateway enables electronic payments without incurring telecommunication, maintenance, or development costs. Our back office includes real-time payment posting and online reporting tools.

Our implementation expertise, strategic partners, and nearly 20 years of experience make Official Payments the best choice for offering secure payment options. Let us prove it to you.

Sallie Mae Business Office Solutions

As the leader in higher education financial services, Sallie Mae recognized the growing importance of technology and created a suite of web services and business solutions designed specifically for higher education--Sallie Mae Business Office Solutions. Sallie Mae partners with higher education institutions to provide refund disbursement services, debit card option, outsourcing of tuition installment plans, electronic billing and paper statement processing, payments via the Internet, telephone, and traditional paper check, 1098 Tax Credit reporting, and collection services.

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