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What is an Authorized User? Do I need one? An Authorized User is a person you have given permission to access all or part of your student financial records.

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1 What is an Authorized User? Do I need one? An Authorized User is a person you have given permission to access all or part of your student financial records online. An authorized user can view and make payments to your financial statement. Please note that authorized users DO NOT have access to your stored payment methods, academic records, or other personal information. An authorized user cannot add or drop courses online in your behalf. You are not “required” to set up Authorized Users for your account. You ARE required to make sure that you are properly registered and that your account has a zero balance or payment arrangements have been made. This is where an Authorized User can be helpful. Who can be an Authorized User? Anyone you choose can be set up as an Authorized User, provided you have a valid address for them. This includes a spouse, parents, grandparents, employers, or anyone else that you feel would need access to your financial record. USU Registrar’s Office, 1600 Old Main Hill, Taggart Student Center 246, Logan, UT (435) (ph), or (435) (fax)

2 Via Access Begin at: Click MyUSU Click Login to TouchNet (payment system) USU Registrar’s Office, 1600 Old Main Hill, Taggart Student Center 246, Logan, UT (435) (ph), or (435) (fax) Log Into Pay Path Using your A-number and strong password as used to log into Access. Click, Login Now. Step 1

3 Click Authorized Users Read the information on the screen, then click on Add an Authorized User. Step 2 Step 3 USU Registrar’s Office, 1600 Old Main Hill, Taggart Student Center 246, Logan, UT (435) (ph), or (435) (fax),

4 Read about Authorized Users, complete the Add An Authorized User form, then click Add User. Step 4 USU Registrar’s Office, 1600 Old Main Hill, Taggart Student Center 246, Logan, UT (435) (ph), or (435) (fax),

5 Read the disclaimer, click I Agree, then click Continue to proceed. Step 5 USU Registrar’s Office, 1600 Old Main Hill, Taggart Student Center 246, Logan, UT (435) (ph), or (435) (fax),

6 You will receive a confirmation that you have set up an authorized user. You will see the user’s address. To make changes or delete the Authorized User, click on the appropriate “Actions” button to the right of the “Current Authorized User”. To add an additional user, click the “Add an Authorized User” button, and repeat steps 4 and 5. USU Registrar’s Office, 1600 Old Main Hill, Taggart Student Center 246, Logan, UT (435) (ph), or (435) (fax),

7 To Edit your Authorized Users’ information, click on the pencil ( Edit) icon underneath “Actions”. This will allow you to change the Options section only. After you have made your changes, click Update User. To Delete an Authorized User, click the RED X underneath “Actions”. USU Registrar’s Office, 1600 Old Main Hill, Taggart Student Center 246, Logan, UT (435) (ph), or (435) (fax),

8 Once you have updated the Options section you will receive an notification of this action. When you delete an Authorized User you will receive an notification and will have the opportunity to add a new Authorized User. USU Registrar’s Office, 1600 Old Main Hill, Taggart Student Center 246, Logan, UT (435) (ph), or (435) (fax),

9 Thank you for setting up an Authorized User. If you have any questions about this process, please contact the Registrar’s Office at or When you are finished using the online payment system, please “Log Out” to protect your information. USU Registrar’s Office, 1600 Old Main Hill, Taggart Student Center 246, Logan, UT (435) (ph), or (435) (fax),


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