PaymentNet is the official application to review and administer University Procard transactions and also to retreive your monthly transaction reports.
To access PaymentNet click here: www.paymentnet.jpmorgan.com
PaymentNet Reference Materials
Quick Reference Guide (PDF)
Getting Started Demo (4 min)
Reporting Demo (5 min)
By transferring purchasing authority directly to the cardholder, the Procard enables departments to quickly and conveniently purchase goods and services directly from any vendor that accepts MasterCard, without requiring purchase orders or check requisitions.
Following are some guidelines on the proper use of Procards:
- Procards should not be used to circumvent the University's strategic vendor relationships. Procards may be used for purchases from non-strategic vendors only if a strategic vendor can not provide the product. A list of the University's strategic vendors can be found here .
- Employees enabled to use buyND (the University's eProcurement system) should utilize on-line catalogs for purchasing needs rather than using Procards on vendor Web sites.
- Procards should only be used to purchase services if the services are being performed outside of University property or, if performed on University property, the vendor has a contract and/or current insurance certificate
Procard holders are reminded of the University's exemption from sales tax in most states. Refer to the Tax Department's sales tax exemption schedule for tax exemption information about a specific state.
State Sales Tax Table (PDF)
The complete policies and procedures for the Procard program are detailed in the Procurement Card Policies and Procedures.
Apply for a Procard
To apply for a University Procard, applicants must complete an application and have it signed by his/her supervisor. A valid University budget account must be identified as the default account (individual charges may be redirected to other accounts as appropriate--see PVS Net). Accounts can be unrestricted or restricted.
Procard Application (PDF)
Arts & Letters Faculty Card
The Arts & Letters Faculty Card (“Faculty Card”) is designed to provide an efficient way to access supplemental funds made available to Arts & Letters Faculty. The funds may be used for various expenditures associated with his/her scholarly work. Appropriate departmental purchases can be charged to the Faculty Card, such as supplies, books, or computer equipment.
Unlike the Procard, the Faculty Card carries a predetermined amount of available credit each fiscal year. Charges are applied to draw down the cardholder’s card balance. Unused balances at the end of the year will roll over to the following year. Card balances are replenished with funds each July 1.
Arts and Letters Faculty Card Policy (PDF)
Procard Application Test Only