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UT Tyler Cashiers Office

Tuition & Fee Due Dates

All tuition and fee charges are billed according to the Texas Education Code Chapter 54 and the University of Texas Board of Regents. Students may not enter a class or laboratory until payment of tuition and fees has been arranged.

Fall 2018 Bill Due Dates

15 week Regular Session by 5 p.m. Friday, August 24, 2018

7 week 1 Regular Session by 5 p.m. Friday, August 24, 2018

7 week 2 Regular Session by 5 p.m. Friday, October 19, 2018

7 week Accelerated Business Administration M.B.A. Program - visit the Calendar tab under your specific program on the https://online.uttyler.edu/ website for your bill due dates.

Fall and Spring Semester Installment Plans

(Students with a state comptroller's hold, a financial hold or enrolled in an accelerated program, are not eligible for an installment plan.) 

Eligible students may enroll in one of the three installment plans: Five-installments payment plan, four-installments payment plan or three-installments payment plan. Installment plans cover the expenses for tuition and fees as well as housing, meal plans and textbooks paid to UT Tyler. Tests, supplies, insurance or other expenses are not covered by payment plans. Students past due on their student account will not be allowed to apply for a payment plan until their past due balances are paid in full. 

Eligible students may sign up in the myUTTyler Student Center in the Finances section, then click on account inquiry.  We have detailed instructions online to assist you in enrolling in a payment plan.

Dropping classes does not cancel the obligation to repay an installment plan. Once you have signed up for an installment plan, you will be required to make your first installment payment at the time of enrollment. 

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. Installment fees are nonrefundable.  The cutoff date is the last day to sign up for that payment plan. 

Fall 2018 Three-Payment Installment Due Dates (Installment Fee $25)

Cutoff Date:  Sept. 30, 2018

1st Payment:      Due at time of enrollment

2nd Payment:     5 p.m. Oct. 15, 2018

3rd Payment:      5 p.m. Nov. 15, 2018

Fall 2018 Four-Payment Installment Due Dates (Installment Fee $35)

Cutoff Date:  Aug. 31, 2018

1st Payment:     Due at time of enrollment

2nd Payment:    5 p.m. Sept. 15, 2018

3rd Payment:     5 p.m. Oct. 15, 2018

4th Payment:     5 p.m. Nov. 15, 2018

Fall 2018 Five-Payment Installment Due Dates (Installment Fee $45)

Cutoff Date:  August 10, 2018

1st Payment:     Due at time of enrollment

2nd Payment:    5 p.m. Aug. 15, 2018

3rd Payment:     5 p.m. Sept. 15, 2018

4th Payment:     5 p.m. Oct. 15, 2018

5th Payment:     5 p.m. Nov. 15, 2018

Spring 2019 Three-Payment Installment Due Dates (Installment Fee $25)

Cutoff Date:  Feb. 28, 2019

1st Payment:     Due at time of enrollment

2nd Payment:    March 15, 2019

3rd Payment:     April 15, 2019

Spring 2019 Four-Payment Installment Due Dates (Installment Fee $35)

Cutoff Date:  January 31, 2019

1st Payment:     Due at time of enrollment

2nd Payment:    Feb. 15, 2019

3rd Payment:     March 15, 2019

4th Payment:     April 15, 2019

Spring 2019 Five-Payment Installment Due Dates (Installment Fee $45)

Cutoff Date:  January 10, 2019

1st Payment:     Due at time of enrollment

2nd Payment:    Jan. 15, 2019

3rd Payment:     Feb. 15, 2019

4th Payment:     March 15, 2019

5th Payment:     April 15, 2019

 

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.

Fall, Spring and Summer Emergency Loans

(Students with a State Comptroller's hold, a financial hold or enrolled in an accelerated program, are not eligible for an emergency loan.)

Emergency loans are available to eligible students. Emergency loans cover the expenses for tuition, fees and text books paid to UT Tyler. UT Tyler housing and meal plan charges are not eligible to be applied to an emergency loan. Tests, supplies, insurance or other expenses are not covered by the emergency loan. Students past due on their student account, will not be allowed to apply for a payment plan until their past due balances are paid in full. International Students are eligible to apply for installment payment plans only. 

Students may sign up in the myUTTyler Student Center in the Finances section.  Click on the drop down box and choose Enroll in Emergency Loan.

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 classes does not cancel the obligation to repay an emergency loan. Emergency loan fees are nonrefundable.

Emergency Loan Due Dates

Fall 2018, Oct. 26, 2018

Where To Get Your Bill

Students can access their current bills via myUTTyler.  We have instruction online on how to Make a Payment.  Parents can make a payment on their student's bill by asking their child to make them an authorized user to view and/or pay on their student account. 

Parking Permits

Parking permits can be picked up at the University Police Department once you have purchased the permit. Fall permits are good from September to August. Spring permits are good from purchase date to August. Summer permits are good from purchase date to August.

 

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