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What are ePayments?

ePayments at New York University is a service designed to allow the acceptance of Credit Cards, or Electronic (online) Payments for gifts, donations, goods, or services. ePayments at NYU are centrally managed by the Treasury Division. NYU schools, departments, and programs who accept ePayments are known as NYU merchants.

The Payment Gateway is NYU's Electronic Payment processing system. The Payment Gateway is a transaction-based system that accepts ePayment transactions for both one-time and recurring payments. The service may be implemented to receive payment for items such as online gift donations, conference registration, specific fees related to a university event, or other products and services.

ePayments is the exclusive and official service for accepting electronic payments at NYU.

This web site is intended to be a "One Stop Shop" for all your ePayment needs. Here you will learn how to become a merchant, find out how to process payments and donations, and learn how to properly develop payment pages and forms.

NYU strives to accept ePayments in an accurate and secure manner according to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS). ePayment processing at NYU strictly prohibits merchants from storing, processing, or transmitting ePayment data. NYU has systems, processes, and procedures in place to accomplish this task.

Note: The Payment Gateway service only provides electronic payment processing. Additional functionality, such as event enrollment or inventory sales, is not specifically provided by this service.

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