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Student Account Agreement

All Vanderbilt University students are required to acknowledge the terms and conditions of an online Student Account Agreement form when logging into the YES portal. The acceptance of these terms and conditions is mandatory, and it will be required on an annual basis. Failure to agree to these terms will prevent access to the YES landing page. Once the terms have been accepted, a copy of the most recently accepted form will be available for viewing and printing within the YES portal. Please read these terms and conditions carefully.

Guarantor Authorization And Debt Repayment Agreement

A Guarantor Authorization and Debt Repayment Agreement allows Vanderbilt University to release pertinent financial information to the guarantor(s) listed on the form (usually parents). Without proper signatures, no financial information can be disclosed to anyone other than the student. You will receive an email from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions with a link to, allowing them to download and complete the Guarantor Authorization and Debt Repayment Agreement.

Student Account E-Billing

Fall Tuition, Fees, and Other Charges

Vanderbilt student account statement notifications are sent electronically to students’ VU Gmail. Students are responsible for granting parents, guardians, or other payers access to e-billing.

Access For Parents Or Guardians

  1. Log into the YES landing page and click“Billing Portal.”
  2. On the Account page, click “Add New” in the Other Payers section.
  3. Enter the information that is requested and click “OK.” (You must enter the username the additional payer will use.)

Once completed, the username and temporary password will be sent to the additional payer via email. Simply repeat this process to add more than one additional payer to the account.

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Financial Aid FAQ

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Paying for college is one of the largest single investments a family will make, and we strongly believe that a Vanderbilt education is well worth the investment. Opportunity Vanderbilt replaces all need-based undergraduate student loans with scholarship and grant assistance. 

Vanderbilt will meet 100% of a family’s demonstrated financial need (as calculated by the FAFSA form and CSS Profile). These financial aid awards do not include loans. Instead of offering need-based loans to undergraduate students, Vanderbilt offers additional grant assistance.