The Business Office serves the Salve Regina community in the areas of accounting and business services, financial reporting, payroll and student-related finance issues. In addition, the office oversees treasury functions and policies, procedures and insurance programs to help safeguard the University's assets, and ensures proper use of the University's financial resources.
For New Students
Complete by Aug. 1:
- Pay the fall semester tuition bill. Learn more about payment options.
- Waive participation in the University's accident and sickness insurance plan (optional). Learn more about student medical insurance.
- Waive tuition refund insurance (optional). Learn more about tuition refund insurance.
Complete prior to the start of classes:
- Purchase personal property insurance. Learn more about personal property insurance.
- Deposit money on the Salve Card, which can be used for purchases both on campus and at select vendors off campus. Learn more about the Salve Card.
- Open a bank acount. Salve Regina has partnered with Santander to provide banking solutions for students, and a Santander ATM is located in the garden level of Miley Hall. Learn more about student banking.
Online Account Access
My Salve, a secured Web environment custom-designed for use by students, faculty and staff, includes applications and webpages that provide access to University data sources and network resources. My Information, an application that interfaces with the University's student information system, allows students to access their past and present course schedules, grades, enrollment history, GPA and financial information.
Education Tax Credits
The Internal Revenue Service offers tax credits (American Opportunity/Lifetime Learning) to taxpayers who pay qualified tuition/fee charges for education. These credits allow the taxpayer to reduce tax liability on a dollar-for-dollar basis (subject to Adjusted Gross Income limitations) once the credit has been determined. Visit My Salve to print your own 1098-T.