EZPAY is a secure website on which students can manage their tuition finances.

EZ Pay Students login buttonEZ Pay Authorized Users login button

  • View your charges and payments, including disbursed financial aid and scholarships.
  • Make secure payments towards your account balance.
  • Set up direct deposit to receive refunds directly to your bank account.
  • Set up an authorized user to view your bill, make payments on your behalf and set up an authorized user refund profile. (see below)
  • Enroll in the installment payment plan.
  • Set up future payments to occur automatically.

*The EZPAY portal may be down between 12 a.m. (midnight) and 12 p.m. (noon) on Sundays for maintenance or after 11 p.m. on

Students may add authorized users to an EZPay account. This will allow the person to view bills, make payments on a students’ behalf and create an authorized user refund profile.

To add an authorized user,

  1. Log into EZPay with your NetID and Password.
  2. Select the “Authorized Users” tab on the right side under “Profile Setup”.
  3. Select the “Add an Authorized User” button.
  4. Enter the email address of the person you are adding and select the access you would like them to have.
  5. Click “Add User”.
  6. Read the agreement and click “I Agree” if you agree to the terms. Select continue.
  7. An email and temporary password will be sent to the authorized user(s). The authorized users must log in to EZPay for authorized users with the registered email address and temporary password. Passwords may then be changed.
  8. An authorized user may set up direct deposit by creating a refund profile.

Authorized users remain active until you delete them. Select the red “X” beside the user’s email address if you would like to disallow access to your account.

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Payment deadlines for each term are posted on the Academic Calendar and are strictly enforced. Students are expected to pay in full or enroll in a by the payment deadline published in the Academic Calendar.  

Enrolling in classes at The University of Texas at Dallas is a financial commitment. Students who fail to make full payment to the University for tuition, fees, short-term loans or installment plans by the published due dates are subject to the following consequences:

  • Possible dropping of class(es)
    • The University of Texas at Dallas does not guarantee that any student will be dropped for non-payment
    • If a student does not wish to attend classes, it is their responsibility to drop their classes before the deadline published in the Academic Calendar
  • Assessment of late payment fees
  • Placement of student account registration holds so that registration and/or dropping of classes are not allowed
  • Withholding of grades, diplomas and/or official transcripts
  • All penalties and collection actions authorized by law


Payment Options
Payment MethodWhere to PayFee?
EZPAY onlyNo fee
Bursar Office or mail
(EZPay processes checks.)
No fee
EZPAY only1.9% fee
Flywire onlyUT Dallas does not charge a fee for accepting wire transfers.
Payment Plans
Type of PlanWhere to EnrollFee?
EZPAY Only$25 set-up fee
Orion Only1.25% origination fee, no down payment
Installment Plan (ECS MSE Program Only)EZPAY Only$50 fee
Third-Party Payments
Employer paying UT Dallas directlySubmit employer voucher to the Bursar Office.
Texas Promise FundContact Cynthia Ladejo in the Bursar Office for information.
Texas TomorrowSubmit your Texas Tomorrow card to the Bursar Office.
Third-party scholarshipContact the Financial Aid Office for information.
Other OrganizationsContact Cynthia Ladejo in the Bursar Office for information.

 

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
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.


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

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

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.

 

Note: All registration related charges, being paid by debit or credit card, must be paid online through EZPAY. This includes: Tuition, Course Related Fees, International Student Special Service fee, Student Insurance, Meal Plans, Orientation fees and Housing. Only small non-registration related charges may be paid with a credit card at the Bursar Office windows. Those fees include: emergency transcripts, application fees, parking citations and library fines.

Flywire Logo

UT Dallas uses Flywire to make your international payments safe and easy at a substantial savings to you. With Flywire, you can pay from any country and any bank, typically in your home currency using multiple payment methods. By creating a login, you will be able to track the progress of your payment through the entire process, receive notification when UT Dallas receives your payment, and utilize their full customer support services including LIVE CHAT and WeChat option. Watch the Flywire how-to video for more information.

  1. Go to the Galaxy portal and login with your NetID and Password.
  2. From: Main Menu >Self Service>Campus Finance, select the option: Flywire International Payments
  3. New Flywire webpage will open. Select your country and create a login if you don’t already have one.
  4. Select the preferred payment option and fill in the information required for your payment. You will see that your student ID is already filled.
  5. Follow the payment instruction by Flywire to send funds for your payment timely. Flywire will process the received payment and send to UT Dallas.

For questions or help making payment, contact Flywire multilingual Customer Support at 1-800-346-9252 in the U.S. or [email protected] (other numbers and email available at www.flywire.com/help).

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 2019 in December 2018 your tuition and fees will be considered paid in 2018 and reported on the 1098T form for 2018.

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.

The installment plan for the fall and spring semesters will have (4) individual installments.

InstallmentAmount Due
First payment1/4 of total tuition, course related fees, meal plan and housing charges. Any non-deferrable fees and the $25 installment handling fee are to be paid separately.
Second payment1/4 of total tuition, course related fees, meal plan and housing charges.
Third payment1/4 of total tuition, course related fees, meal plan and housing charges.
Fourth payment1/4 of total tuition, course related fees, meal plan and housing charges.

The installment plan for the summer semester will have (3) individual installments.

InstallmentAmount Due
First payment1/3 of total tuition, course related fees, meal plan and housing charges. Any non-deferrable fees and the $25 installment handling fee are to be paid separately.
Second payment1/3 of total tuition, course related fees, meal plan and housing charges.
Third paymentRemainder of total tuition, course related fees, meal plan and housing charges.

 

Late Payments

Failure to pay all installments by the posted deadlines, as identified on the Academic Calendar for that term, will result in the following actions:

  1. A $30 late fee will be assessed for each payment not received by the published due dates.
  2. In addition, a service indicator (hold) will be added preventing registration and transcripts until the entire account balance has been paid in full. This will mean that registration for a future term will be held up, even though the final payment isn’t due. All payments for each installment must be posted by the due date on the Academic Calendar to avoid a hold being placed after the third installment.

Non-Payment

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

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 2019 in December 2018 your tuition and fees will be considered paid in 2018 and reported on the 1098T form for 2018. 

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 SessionDue Date
Fall and SpringApproximately 60 days from Census Day
SummerApproximately 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.

The University of Texas at Dallas provides direct billing to businesses and agencies offering tuition assistance to their employees and clients. To have a sponsor payment posted to their account, students must submit the sponsor’s voucher and/or contract to the Bursar Office prior to the payment deadline. Students should review their account through EZPay to ensure the sponsor payment has been posted. Any remaining balance not covered by the third-party agency is the responsibility of the student.

Vendor / Sponsor Responsibilities

Vouchers/Contracts

  • Vouchers/contracts will not be accepted if payment is contingent upon grades, attendance or other conditions.
  • Vouchers/contracts must clearly state all of the following information:
    • Student’s full name
    • Student’s UTD ID number or last four digits of the Social Security Number
    • Term of enrollment
    • Tuition and fees to be paid
    • Contact information: name, phone number, fax number, email address and billing address
  • Notify the University immediately of changes to your vouchers/contracts.
  • If a voucher has been honored and the student is terminated from your company, seek reimbursement from the student.

Payment

  • Payment is due within 30 days from date of invoice.
  • Payments may be made via check, credit card or electronic funds transfer. Please contact Cynthia Ladejo at (972) 883-4034 or [email protected] for information regarding credit card or electronic funds transfer payments.

Student Responsibilities

  • Vouchers must be presented to the Bursar Office each semester on or before the payment deadline.
  • If a voucher is not received by the payment deadline,
    • Registered classes may be dropped.
    • Students will be responsible for all applicable penalties (late fees, reinstatement fees, etc.).
  • refund will be issued to students who pay prior to submitting a voucher.
  • Vouchers encompassing more than the present semester (for example, one year) will be applied automatically each semester. Please inform the Bursar Office after registering for classes. If you do not wish to use your funds for a particular semester, it is your responsibility to notify the Bursar Office.
  • Adjustments or corrections by a third-party vendor for a students’ account may create a balance at any time. Students are responsible for paying any amount that is not covered by their sponsor. Visit our Tuition Payments page for more information on how to make payment.
  • Keep your address and phone number updated through the Galaxy portal.
  • Students who leave or withdraw from UT Dallas must drop all of their courses before the first official class day to avoid a financial obligation, billing complications or account holds. Please notify the Bursar Office immediately if you intend to leave UT Dallas.

UT Dallas Responsibilities

  • Once a voucher or contract has been received by the Bursar Office, it will be applied to your account.
  • If a balance remains, a bill will be generated through the student’s EZPay account.
  • The Bursar Office will bill the student’s sponsor according to the instructions on the voucher or contract.
  • If adjustments are made that create a balance on a student’s account, the Bursar Office will email the student at the UT Dallas email address. If the adjustment creates a credit (negative) balance, the Bursar Office will generate a refund.

Contact

Cynthia Ladejo

(972) 883-4034

The Federal Perkins Loan is a campus-based loan program, in which the school acts as the lender.

Please Note: The Department of Education has discontinued new disbursement from the Perkins Loan Program as of September 30, 2017.

The information provided below is meant to assist students that have previously borrowed a Perkins Loan from The University of Texas at Dallas.

Account Maintenance

Any student with a Perkins Loan must keep the Bursar Office informed of the following:
  • Any changes to personal data such as address, phone number, or names
  • All changes to enrollment at the University
  • If the student withdraws or graduates

Exit Interview

An exit interview is a loan counseling session in which you are advised of your loan repayment schedule, obligations, and rights to deferment and/or cancellation. The University is required by the federal government to conduct this exit interview whenever you are no longer enrolled in at least half time. This interview must be completed online at www.ecsi.net.

Students who fail to complete the exit interview will have a hold placed on their student account preventing the release of their transcript or diploma. The hold may also prevent future enrollment at the University.

Repayment, Deferment, Cancellation

The Perkins Loan allows a nine-month grace period once the student graduates, leaves school, or drops below half-time status before repayment begins. Even after the grace period begins, payments may be deferred for students who return to school at least half-time. Deferments are also available for reasons of economic hardship or unemployment. Cancellations of the debt may be available for specific career paths. More information regarding deferments and cancellations is available at www.studentaid.ed.gov.

Please be advised that the Repayment of Federal Perkins Loan is not the same as a Federal Subsidized or Unsubsidized Direct Loan. However, you may choose to consolidate all of your Federal Loans through a Direct Consolidation Loan. The application can be completed at www.studentaid.ed.gov.

Who to Contact for More Information

Heartland ECSI(888) 549-3274, or
www.ecsi.net
Loan repayment and deferment options(972) 883-2296, or
[email protected]