For School Year 2016-2017 - Online Payments
What is Online Payments?
A convenient way to deposit funds into your student's food service account(s).
- Deposit funds directly to your student's account by check, debit/credit card
- Manage your account online: register, modify, delete payment methods & account information
- View payment & transaction history and generate printable reports
- Conveniently calculate estimated payment amounts based on transaction history
- Receive payment receipts via e-mail
Begin using Online Payments now.
Step 1 - Login to Infinite Campus Portal or Create an account
You must have an Infinite Campus account to use Online Payments
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