How to Pay for Courses
Choose one of the payment methods below to pay for your courses.
- Credit card (MasterCard, Visa, American Express or Discover)
- Payment (installment) plan
- Will not be accepted for prior term/semester balances
Visit Business Services on your campus.
- Credit/debit cards (MasterCard, Visa, American Express or Discover)
- Cardholder must be present with a valid photo ID for all credit/debit card transactions
- Money order or cashier's check
- Checks will not be accepted for prior term/semester balances
- State-issued ID of the check writer must be presented
- Sponsorships (Third party payment)
- Financial Aid students must pay for Wintermester, Maymester and any other courses that start before the regular term by the payment due date, or create an automatic payment (installment) plan.
- Apply a minimum of 30 days prior to registering for classes to avoid withdrawal from unpaid classes.
- Learn more about Financial Aid.
- Contact the Admissions and Registrar Office before you register for classes, or submit your documentation via WebAdvisor.
- Learn more about VA benefits.
Tuition waivers or exemptions (College for All Texans)
- File your documentation with the Admissions and Registrar Office at least 30 days before you register for classes.
- Tuition waivers and exemptions will not cover the additional tuition charged for attempting a course three or more times (Third Attempt Rule).
- Application to reinstate exemption or waiverListen (PDF will open in a new window)
- Learn more about tuition waivers or exemptions. (Link will open in a new window)
Delinquent installment contracts, unpaid returned checks, outstanding miscellaneous charges and financial aid adjustments will be sent to a third-party agency for collection. The student will be responsible for all collection costs and attorney fees.
Per Texas Education Code 54.007(2)(d): A student who fails to make full payment of tuition and mandatory fees, including any incidental fees, by the due date may be prohibited from registering for classes until full payment is made. A student who fails to make payment prior to the end of the semester or term may be denied credit for the work done that semester or term.
Updated June 28, 2018