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Note: Payment must be received by the Bursar Office by the due date published on the Academic Calendar. Late fees will accrue and holds may be placed on student accounts when payments are received after the published due dates.

Student account holds   |   Payment deadlines (Academic Calendar)

Payment Options
Payment Method Where to Pay Fee?
Electronic Check (eCheck) EZPAY only No fee
Cash Bursar Office only No fee
Check, Cashier's Check, Demand Draft, Money Order, Traveler’s Check Bursar Office or mail
(EZPay processes checks.)
No fee
Credit Card – American Express, Discover and MasterCard Only EZPAY only 1.9% fee
International Wire Transfer peerTransfer only UT Dallas does not charge a fee for accepting wire transfers.
Perkins Loan Contact Financial Aid 5% interest annually
No origination or guarantee fees
Payment Plans
Type of Plan Where to Enroll Fee?
Installment Plan EZPAY Only $25 set-up fee
Short-Term Loan Orion Only 1.25% origination fee, no down payment
Third-Party Payments
Employer paying UT Dallas directly Submit employer voucher to the Bursar Office.
Texas Promise Fund Contact Cynthia Ladejo in the Bursar Office for information.
Texas Tomorrow Submit your Texas Tomorrow card to the Bursar Office.
Third-party scholarship Contact the Financial Aid Office for information.
Other Organizations Contact Cynthia Ladejo in the Bursar Office for information.

Electronic Check (eCheck)

Note: There is no convenience fee when paying by check on EZPay.
  1. Log in to EZPAY, and click on the "make a payment" button on the main page
  2. Click on the "make payment" button
  3. Enter the amount you want to pay and the date you want the payment to be submitted and click continue
  4. Select the electronic check option or your saved account information from the drop-down box and click select
  5. Enter you bank account information if choosing a new electronic check and click continue
  6. Check the I agree box and select submit payment
  7. After accepting the agreement, your payment will automatically be processed. Payment by eCheck is subject to returned check penalties
Note: Please do not resubmit payment if the confirmation page fails to appear. The payment verification process may take a few moments. You can verify your payment was successful by logging out of EZPAY, logging back in and reviewing your account balance.

Cash

Cash payments may only be made in person at the Bursar Office. For your own protection, please do not mail cash.

Location: Student Services Building SSB 2.300
Hours: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday - Thursday
9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday

Cashier's Check, Check, Demand Draft, Money Order or Traveler’s Check

The University of Texas at Dallas will accept a foreign demand draft if the draft is drawn on a U.S. bank and is in U.S. currency. The demand draft must be presented in person at the Bursar Office.

Payments made by check will be subject to the returned check policy.

Make payable to: The University of Texas at Dallas
Include on payment:
  • Full name
  • Last four digits of UTD-ID
In-person location: Student Services Building SSB 2.300
Hours: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday - Thursday
9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday
Mailing address: The University of Texas at Dallas
Bursar Office SSB 21
800 West Campbell Road
Richardson, TX 75080-3021

Credit Card – American Express, Discover and MasterCard Only

Note: There is a 1.9% convenience fee when paying by credit card.
  1. Log in to EZPAY, and click on the "make a payment" button on the main page
  2. Click on the "make payment" button
  3. Enter the amount you want to pay and the date you want the payment to be submitted and click continue
  4. Select the credit card option or your saved account information from the drop-down box and click select
  5. Enter you credit card information if choosing a new card and click continue
  6. Review the payment information, including the convenience fee amount and click submit payment
  7. After clicking submit, your payment will automatically be processed
Note: Please do not resubmit payment if the confirmation page fails to appear. The payment verification process may take a few moments. You can verify your payment was successful by logging out of EZPAY, logging back in and reviewing your account balance.

International Wire

peerTransfer
UT Dallas has partnered with peerTransfer to provide international wire transfers at a substantial savings to international students. peerTransfer specializes in international wire transfers and offers a highly competitive exchange rate, in most cases allowing payment in your home currency. You can track your funds through the entire process, receive notification when UT Dallas receives your payment and utilize their 24-hour chat component. Watch the peerTransfer How To Video for more information.

Still have questions? Contact peerTransfer at 1-800-346-0252 in the U.S. or 1-617-207-7076 outside of the U.S.

Installment Plan

By statute outlined in Section 54.007 of the Texas Higher Education Code, a student must be enrolled in the full term session in order to be eligible to pay by the installment plan. Please note: When enrolling in a payment plan, your tuition and fees for tax purposes will be considered paid as of the date you sign up for the plan. For example, if you signed up for the Installment plan for spring 2013 in December 2012 your tuition and fees will be considered paid in 2012 and reported on the 1098T form for 2012.

How to Enroll
Using EZPay, enroll in the installment payment plan each term you wish to pay in installments. The $25 enrollment fee must be paid separately.

Note: You will have the option to schedule your payments to be made automatically. If you do not wish to have your payments made automatically, please select “No” for this option.

Payment Deadlines
Payment deadlines are approximately one month apart and are published on the Academic Calendar. The first installment will be due when you enroll in the payment plan

Installment Amount Due
First payment 1/3 of total tuition and course-related fees. Any non-deferrable fees and the $25 installment handling fee are to be paid separately.
Second payment 1/3 of total tuition and course-related fees.
Third payment Remainder of total tuition and course-related fees.

Late Payments
A $30 late fee will be assessed for payments not received by the published due dates.

Non-Payment
In the event of non-payment, the total amount due shall accrue interest from the third payment deadline at the rate of ten percent (10%) per year until the note is paid in full.

Short-Term Loans

The short-term loan is a payment plan that The University of Texas at Dallas offers to students enrolled in a full-term session for tuition and course-related fees. This payment plan will protect your classes from being dropped for non-payment. Please note: When enrolling in a payment plan, your tuition and fees for tax purposes will be considered paid as of the date you sign up for the plan. For example, if you signed up for the Installment plan for spring 2013 in December 2012 your tuition and fees will be considered paid in 2012 and reported on the 1098T form for 2012.

Covered Expenses
The short-term loan payment plan will only cover tuition and course-related fees.

Examples of fees not covered by the short-term loan include
How to Enroll
Students can enroll in the short-term loan through the Campus Finances section under Self-Service in Orion by choosing “Enroll in Payment Plan” and following the instructions.

Enrollment Deadline
Students must enroll in the short-term loan option by the payment deadline of the regular session. Short-term loans will not be available after Census Day of the regular session.

Loan Payment Deadlines*
*Payment includes tuition, course-related fees and a 1.25% origination fee.

Full Session Due Date
Fall and Spring 60 days from session Census Day
Summer 30 days from Census Day

Late Payments
If payment for a short-term loan is received after the stated due date, a late fee of $30 per month, up to a $90 maximum, will be assessed. Any credits posted to a student's account (for example, financial aid, health insurance waiver or credit after dropping a class) will first be applied toward the short-term loan balance and any remaining credit balance will be refunded to the student.

Unpaid Loans
Student accounts with an outstanding short-term loan balance will receive holds that will prevent the student from registering for classes or obtaining transcripts or diplomas. Students will not be eligible for another short-term loan until all outstanding balances are repaid. Delinquent loans will be referred to a collection agency and will be subject to collection agency fees. A student whose account has been referred to a collection agency are not eligible for a short-term loan for future tuition and fee balances.