With Valentine’e Day this week, love is in the air, so what better time to talk about senior proms! Prom planning has most likely begun, so schools should get started on setting up an online payment item. Find out why schools LOVE moving payments online and how you can set up online prom payments for your school today.
Pat LaMore, President of Farther Lopez Catholic High School (Daytona Beach, FL) shares how Bursari simplifies student fees for the school and for families.
Bursari is excited to join with our Catholic school partners in celebrating Catholic Schools Week. We witness on a daily basis the impact they have on the lives of students, families, and communities.
Is your school looking for a way to save time & money? The answer isn’t in your checkbook, unless that’s where you keep your phone. Find out how your school can streamline the payment process while providing parents with added convenience and a better user experience.
We’re excited to share several updates that make it even easier for schools and families to make payments, process transactions, save money, and increase efficiency.
Kelly Burke, Principal of Sacred Heart of Jesus School in Manhattan, took some time to share why Bursari is the answer for her school.
Fiserv, Inc., a leading global provider of financial services technology solutions, today announced that Bursari, an educational payments company, is working with Fiserv to make school-related payments easier.
With Bursari, you can choose how large that first step will be – you can leap right in and go live, adding several transaction items, or you can dip your toe in to test things out with our Trial Mode.
Here are a few online strategies and best practices that can help ease the stressful transition from summer routines to school day routines.
Ten years ago, my school’s website was pretty static. Photos were outdated. (Didn’t he graduate from college last year?) News items were posted inconsistently, and the school calendar was distributed as a PDF document attached to an email. Or sometimes even printed...