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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University May 15, 2006 | Vol. 35 No. 34
ISIS Self-Service Site for Student Accounts Ready to Go Live

Beginning in June, students will be able to view, pay and update information related to their student account online, through the ISIS Student Billing Self-Service Web site.

ISIS Self-Service is one element of the university's ongoing commitment to a fully integrated student information system accessible through the Web. The system will provide students access to their records in one location with the same interface for all administrative users, faculty and advisers.

Strong authentication security assures confidential access to billing information by students using any Web browser and their JHED Login ID and password.

Many students are already familiar with viewing and paying their bills online. The ISIS Student Billing Self-Service application incorporates additional features and benefits, including:

Real-time data that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Payments made through ISIS Self-Service are posted to the student's account and are visible immediately.

In addition to a monthly bill, students have the ability to view their account summary, which includes the current balance; most recent charges, including tuition and fees; payments; financial aid disbursements; and any refunds that have been processed.

Filtering options allow transactions to be viewed by date, all payments, all charges or all transactions. By default, the account summary window initially displays any activity for the last billing period, as well as any activity since the last bill.

Through the ISIS Self-Service sign-on page, users can quickly access contact information they might need, including e-mail addresses and telephone numbers for the Admissions, Student Accounts, Financial Aid and Registrar's offices.

After June 6, students who have previously granted authorized payers access to their account will need to re-establish this access. Authorized payers can view all account activity and make online payments.

When all the elements of the ISIS project are up and running, students will be able to complete an application for admission, as well as view financial aid, course registration and billing information, through a single Web site.

Students wanting to learn more about ISIS and how it will impact them in 2006 can go to or contact the Student Accounts Office with any specific questions.


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