MSU Transact Payments

Transact Payments is the MSU centrally supported, PCI DSS compliant eCommerce solution for MSU used by over two hundred units on campus. Learn more about Transact Payments features by watching the following video and reviewing the features list below.

You may request a new store for your unit using the Merchant Request Form and request access to your unit's existing store using the Access Request Form. After your store is initialized by the eCommerce team, visit the On-line Training and Store Setup sections of this site for resources on how to set up your store.

Transact Payments is the MSU centrally supported, PCI DSS compliant eCommerce solution for MSU used by over two hundred units on campus.

Transact Payments Features

Transact Payments allows users to customize an online web storefront for customers. Users are walked through a simple interface that allows them to:

See On-line Training, Store Setup, and Processor Information to learn more.

Transact Payments MSUPayment Integration

Transact Payments is integrated with MSUPayment to provide the following:

See the MSUPayment reference page for further details. 

Types of eMarkets

There are two types of eMarkets - Storefronts and Checkouts. Storefronts offer a full shopping cart user experience whereas checkouts provide a payment mechanism for purchase information passed to the checkout from a web application. Most eMarkets at MSU are Storefronts. Therefore, support resources on this sight, while often relevant for both types of eMarkets, are focused on Storefronts. If you have a checkout, please see the resources at Checkout Store to learn about specific setup requirements for Checkouts.

Cashnet vs. Transact Payment

“Cashnet” has rebranded their site with their new “Transact Payments” name and logo. Our MSU support team is in the process of updating our web site and support materials to reflect the new name and branding. While this is in process, you will see references to Cashnet, Transact (Cashnet) or Transact Payments (Cashnet). We will also begin using the Transact Payments product name in our references by using the terms eMarket Checkout and eMarket Storefront.