Student Financial Services

Students and authorized users can view and make payments on Eaglenet. 

Current students: log in on Eaglenet.

For Parents - Authorized User Information 

Due to the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), JBU cannot disclose financial information to parents without permission from the student.

Students may establish an Authorized User login for you. (View instructions.) With that login, an Authorized User may access the Student Financial Dashboard to review the financial account and make online payments. Students can add authorized users through the Student Financial Dashboard on Eaglenet. 

Authorized User Login


Billing Tuition and Fees

Student financial account billing information is available online through the Student Financial Dashboard. Students and authorized users may view billing and financial aid transactions and may also pay online. Students and authorized users should review the account each month. Paper statements will not be mailed.

Payment Options, Due Dates and Instructions

Contact Us

Student Financial Services
Office 36 - Chapman

SFS Representatives

Every student has a designated representative. This person is able to help students with everything related to their finances at JBU, including helping with FAFSA questions, setting up their financial aid, setting up their student account, making payments, Work-Study job placement, loan questions/paperwork, additional aid appeals, payment plans, etc. Students are designated to their representative by program and last name. 

Undergraduate students
Kylee Harris: last name A-F
Sharon Hayford: last name G-M
Bradonia Napier: last name N-Z

Online and graduate students
Katie Estrada

1098-T Tuition Statement

Tuition statements are available for students on Eaglenet in the Self-Service tool.

Taxonomies may be eligible for a federal education tax credit depending on income, dependent status, enrollment status (full-time or half-time enrolled), and the amount of qualified educational expenses for the year. Detailed information about claiming education tax credits is published in the IRS Publication 970.

The dollar amounts reported on Form 1098-T may assist in completing IRS Form 8863 – the form used for calculating the education tax credits that a taxpayer may claim.

John Brown University is unable to provide individual tax advice. Please seek the counsel of an informed tax professional or advisor.