The corporate travel card is a personal liability, and the cardholder is responsible to pay each monthly statement by the due date indicated on the statement, even when on an extended trip.
If a corporate travel card bill is due before the time the cardholder will return from his or her trip, then the cardholder should request a cash advance from the university. (For information on cash advances and the reimbursement of business expenses, please see University Policy 3.2, University Travel.)
Caution: The financial institution will assess late fees to any account that is not paid on time. (Late fees will not be reimbursed by the university.) Accounts not paid by the due date of the second statement will have the cash access feature removed. Accounts with a balance that is past due by 90 days will be closed by the financial institution.
You may access your U.S. Bank account and view transactions online.
To sign up for U.S. Bank Access Online:
If you have any difficulties, please contact Credit Card Programs at 255-4548 or 255-5039.
Once registered, you can view statements and make your payment from the home screen. When making a payment, you will be prompted to enter your personal bank account information (the account from which you wish to make the payment). You can make a single payment, or set up recurring payments.
Use the instructions below to learn how to view your U.S. Bank statement and transactions online.