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E-Bills Replacing All Paper Student Bills

The Student Accounts Office is pleased to announce that starting June 1, all student bills will be produced electronically (e-bill).  Students and authorized users will now be able to view their student bill as a PDF in the On-line Student Accounts Center.  E-bills display the same information as paper statements including charges for tuition, fees, room and board, as well as payments, financial aid credits, and pending financial aid.  The elimination of paper bills will enable Canisius to reduce the use of paper, toner and postage.

How the E-bills work?

  • Canisius will send an email to students and authorized users indicating the e-bill is ready to be viewed.  E-bills will be available for immediate viewing in our secure online environment.
  • Students can authorize parents or other individuals to access their student account records.  Once authorized, users will receive an email with login credentials which can be used to access the student’s online information and the e-bill.
  • Authorized users will be able to print or save the e-bill, pay with check or make online ACH payments from within the On-line Student Accounts Center.

Submitted by:  Kevin Smith, bursar, controller’s office

Softball Continues Home Stand

Lauren Hope leads Canisius with a .412 average

The Golden Griffin softball team will conclude their six-game homestand, Tuesday, April, 12 when St. Bonaventure visits the Demske Sports Complex for a 3 p.m. twin bill.

The Griffs won three of four conference games over the weekend and have taken four of six contests since returning from California.

Submitted by: John Maddock, associate athletic director – external affairs, athletics

Aileen Hoak Sets Course Record

Kevin Degnan
Former Canisius cross country runner Kevin Degnan completed his first 5K on Sunday after a recent surgery and rehab

Canisius College assistant cross country coach Aileen Hoak was one of several success stories at Sunday’s Shoes for the Shelter 5K. Her winning time of 17:38 broke the course record for women by two seconds.

The event attracted over 650 registered runners and walkers. The number exceeded the event’s record by more than 150. Dan Giza won the race in a time of 15:36.

Canisus winners included:

Male Student – Jon McDonald – 16:11
Female Student – Allison Braun – 20:08
Male Faculty/Staff – Trey Gardner – 19:02
Female Faculty/Staff – Aileen Hoak – 17:38
Male Alumnus- Josh Demars – 16:18
Female Alumna – Amanda Janosky – 21:07

The number of shoes collected will be announced later in the week. A complete set of results can be found at

Submitted by:  John Maddock, associate athletic director – external affairs, athletics

TIAA CREF Representative On Campus April 13

Bill Stark, individual consultant for TIAA CREF, will be on campus in Frisch Hall Conference Room for individual counseling sessions Wednesday, April 13, 2011.

TIAA-CREF offers individual retirement counseling sessions on campus each month.  TIAA-CREF has partnered with Ibbotson Associates to provide participants with objective advice and planning tools.  The “Advice” software program can help you identify your long-term financial goals and develop strategies to meet them.  This service is confidential and free of charge.

To make an appointment, contact the scheduling center at 1-800-732-8353 or visit

For more information, please contact Dawn Rotterman at Ext. 3151.

Submitted by:  Dawn Rotterman, associate, human resources