Book vouchers allow students to charge their student account for the cost of their Campus Bookstore purchases.  Only students with expected excess financial aid, usually from loan monies, may be eligible for a book voucher.

Book voucher eligibility may vary based on changes to direct costs and/or to comply with federal, state, and University regulations and policies.  Eligible students may stop by the University Cashier Office (LARM 35) to pick up a book voucher to be used in the Campus Bookstore.

Phone: (951) 343-4371
Fax: (951) 343-4515
Address: 8432 Magnolia Avenue, Riverside, CA 92504
The Student Accounts Office is located in Lancer Arms 42
The University Cashier Office is located in Lancer Arms 35
Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Staff Listing

Heidi Pendleton Director of Student Accounts
Lauren Whitlock Associate Director of Student Accounts
Sarah Sanchez Assistant Director of Student Accounts
Stephanie Gonzalez Student Accounts Counselor (A, Ca-Ck, Ga, L)
Lisa Logan Student Accounts Counselor (B, D, F)
Christine Balling  Student Accounts Counselor (E, Gb-Go, N-Q)
Linnette Devin Student Accounts Counselor (Cl-Cz, H-K, S, V)
Wendy LeMieux Student Accounts Counselor (Gp-Gz, M, U, X-Z, Study Abroad)
Janet Hernandez Student Accounts Counselor (R, T, W)
Laurie Morgan Student Accounts Advisor
Laura Waterbury Student Accounts Advisor
Kathy Jenkins Student Accounts Asst-Cashier


CASHNet and Western Union Business Solutions make it possible for our students to pay with foreign currency using CBU's Payment Gateway.

Foreign Currency Brochure

Step-by-Step Video

Students who have their own insurance, or are covered through their parents can choose to "opt out" of the student insurance plan by completing the online Waiver form at

  1. Locate the "Student Login" button on the top right corner
  2. Login; or if you are a new user, select "create an account"
  3. Click on "Petition to Waive" on the left
  4. Follow the step-by-step instructions provided

Students interested in participating in a Study Abroad program should review all information and eligibility requirements on the Academics InsideCBU page.

Students who have been approved to participate in a Study Abroad program should be aware of the following financial requirements.

  1. Students will be charged the amount billed by the Study Abroad program selected in addition to a $280 CBU Study Abroad processing fee.
  2. Students who are approved for study abroad will be registered for the courses approved by the Office of the Registrar and financial aid will be awarded accordingly.  In some cases, not all financial aid is able to be applied to study abroad – it depends on the funding source and their requirements.  Usually loans and government aid can be applied to study abroad.  Institutional Aid (CBU scholarships/grants) cannot be used to study abroad.
  3. Expenses not covered by available financial aid are the responsibility of the student and must be paid in full two weeks prior to the study abroad organization’s payment deadline or by CBU’s Payment Due Date (whichever date comes first).  Students studying abroad are not permitted to set-up a monthly payment plan.
  4. CBU will not disburse payment to the study abroad organization until payment is received from the student.

Questions related to any balance after aid may be directed to the Student Accounts Office at 951-343-4371 or at