College of Pharmacy Tuition and Fee Schedule
College of Pharmacy students may enroll in either (1) the three, four or five-installments payment plan or (2) an emergency loan each semester (includes both eight-week session charges for the semester). The installment plans cover the expenses for tuition and fees as well as housing, meal plans and textbooks paid to UT Tyler for the semester. An emergency loan covers the expenses for tuition and fees only (room and board charges can't be applied to an emergency loan). Tests, off-campus textbook purchases, supplies, insurance or other expenses are not covered by payment plans.
When your bill is available to view and pay in your Student Center for the semester, students may sign up for the installment payment plans for a $25, $35 or $45 installment fee in their Student Center in myUTTyler. In the finances section, click on account inquiry. International Students - Please email email@example.com to request to apply for an installment payment plan.
Dropping classes does not cancel the obligation to repay an installment plan. Once you have signed up for an installment plan, proceed to make the payments that are due. Please make sure to pay only the installments that are currently due and not installment balances due in the future.
Payments must be received in the cashiers office by the payment due date or a late fee of $25 will be charged to your account. Please notice that the first installment payment is due at sign up.
Emergency Loan Payment Plan
An origination fee of 1.25% is charged on all emergency loans and the loan must be repaid in full by the below due dates. Dropping a class does not cancel the obligation to repay an emergency loan. International Students are eligible to apply for the five-installments payment plan only.
Emergency Loan Due Dates (Origination Fee 1.25%)
Friday, March 15, 2019 by 5 p.m.
When your bill is available to view and pay in your Student Center for the semester, students may sign up for the emergency loan. In your Student Center in myUTTyler in the "Finances" section, click on the drop down box and choose "Enroll in Emergency Loan."
A student who fails to provide full payment of tuition and fees, including late fees assessed, when payments are due, is subject to one or more of the following actions:
A. Bar from registration/deny readmission.
B. Withholding of grades, degree and official transcript.
C. Denial of course credit for work done that semester.
D. Apply appropriate penalties as established by law.
E. Referral of debt to collection agency.
Where To Get Your Bill
Around a month before the semester begins, an email notification will be sent to all enrolled students' Patriots Email to let you know that your current bill is available for you to view and pay in your Student Center in myUTTyler. If you enroll into classes after bills become available for the semester, you will have immediate access to view and pay your bill in your Student Center in myUTTyler.
- Log on to the Web at myUTTyler
- Enter your Patriot username and password (same as your student email).
- Go to the Student Home Page tab.
- Go to Student Center under the System Access pagelet.
- Scroll down to the Finances section.
- Choose Charges Due then select the double arrow circle.
- All your due dates will show on the next screen along with details of your bill.
Where/How To Pay Your Bill
Payment can be made through myUTTyler Student Center or at the cashiers office. Cash (rolled coins only), check (no temporary checks, no international checks), money order, VISA, MasterCard, Discover or American Express will be accepted by the cashiers. Payment information can be phoned in at 903.566.7227 or faxed to 903.565.5657. Be sure to note your university ID number when remitting payment to the cashiers office. When making credit card payments via fax or mail, please submit the completed Credit Card Information Form.
Cashiers Mailing Address
The University of Texas at Tyler
Attention: Cashiers Office
3900 University Blvd.
Tyler, TX 75799
Bills with a zero ($0.00) balance do not need to be returned in order to complete the registration process. However, if you have a zero balance bill and believe you should owe money, contact the cashiers office at 903.566.7227 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.