To view payments made to your account and any applicable refunds in MyNEVADA, click on the "My University Account" link on the left side of the page. Next, select "Account Inquiry" from the options listed.
You will see a tab under Account Inquiry called [Payments]. Click on this tab to see any posted and pending payments made to your account.
This information includes how and by whom the payment was made. If you click on the payment amount, it lists out the charges that particular payment paid for. Posted payments are payments already credited to the account. Any amount under pending payments is considered paid. It means the school is expecting this money and it will be applied to the charges once received. To view all transactions, make sure you click the "View All" link next to Posted Payments and Pending Payments. In this Payment History view, you can select the time frame to narrow or broaden the search for payments made by entering a "from" date, a "to" date, and clicking [Go].
To view what the payments went towards, you can click on the blue link displaying the amount. It will then bring up the charges that payment covered.
To view your refund for the semester click on the "Activity" tab under Account Inquiry from the university account option on the login home page.
This shows all of the fees posted, payments made, and refunds for your account. There are three columns of information here. The first is Charges. This is a running tab of all the charges that have been applied and taken off of the account. This could happen if your enrollment changes or billing policies at the university change. The best and most up-to-date place to view your current charges is by using the information in the "Viewing Your Bill" section of MyNEVADA Help. The second column shows payments that have been applied to the account and the third column shows refunds you will be receiving. There are two ways to receive your refund. The first is by direct deposit and the second is by check. If you don't enroll in direct deposit you will be sent a check to the address we have on file.