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Billing Statements

TWU does not mail registration bills or account statements. Electronic statements are provided monthly for students with student account or emergency loan balances.  Electronic statement notifications are delivered to the student's university e-mail. Statements must be accessed through the online payment system. Transactions that occur after the statement date will not be reflected.

Semester specific Registration Statements may be accessed via WebAdvisor>My E-Bill.  After registration for a term, the e-bill registration statement will be available. This statement can be used as proof of enrollment or for employer reimbursement programs. NOTE:  The Registration Statement is not designed to reflect detailed transaction activity. Refunds are not reflected on this statement.

Payment Methods

  • Cash
  • Check(current term balances only)
  • Money Order/Cashier Check
  • Credit Cards - accepted online only and will incur a 2.75% convenience fee ($3 minimum).   
    MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express accepted. 
  • Electronic Check - No fee
     Enter the bank routing number and checking account number from your personal check.
    • DO NOT use debit/check card numbers nor include the check number.    
    • The entry of incomplete or inaccurate information may lead to a $30 service fee for items returned for: Account Not Found, Unable to Locate, Insufficient Funds, etc.
  • Third-Party Sponsors/Vouchers - provide supporting documents to Bursar's Office or email to payments@twu.edu.  

NOTE:  Financial Aid awards must be ACCEPTED in order for them to be applied to the student account. Awards can be accepted or rejected by accessing them through Pioneer Portal>WebAdvisor>Financial Aid>Accept or Reject my financial aid awards. 

International Payments

Texas Woman’s University has partnered with Flywire to streamline the tuition payment process for our international students.  Flywire by peerTransfer allows students to pay from any country in their home currency in most cases. They also offer excellent foreign exchange rates to save international students money, compared to traditional banks.  Students can track the progress of  payments throughout the transfer process via a student dashboard and will also be notified via email when payment is received by Texas Woman’s University.

Click or go to: twu.peertransfer.com to begin the payment process

Payment Process

IMPORTANTALL prior balances must be paid in full in order to register for a future term or to retain early registration schedules.  Prior term balances must be paid by cashier's check, money order or cash (do not mail cash). 

Mail payments to:                             
Bursar’s Office                       
Texas Woman's University 
P.O. Box 425439 
Denton, Texas 76204-5439   

In person or overnight payments:
Bursar's Office
Texas Woman's University
304 Administration Drive, Room 101
Denton, Texas 76204-5439

Mailed/Overnight payments must reach the Bursar's office at least 24 hours prior to the posted due date to assure adequate processing time. 

Payment Options

Full Payment

Full payment of ALL amounts due prior to the of the beginning of each semester, including any past due balances, in accordance with published deadlines in the Academic Calendar.  

Installment Payment Plan (Subject to Change)

Installment Payment Plan option is available for the Fall, Spring and long Summer terms only. Online enrollment by the student is required by the published deadlines. This payment option is available through the Pay Online feature through Pioneer Portal or from the TWU Homepage under Pay for Classes Online.

The Fall and Spring payment plan requires a down payment of 25 percent of total semester charges by the published payment deadline. The remaining balance is split into three payments that are due at one-month intervals during the semester. The long Summer term payment plan requires a 50 percent down payment by the published payment deadline with the remaining balance in two payments that are due at one-month intervals. An installment fee of $15 (subject to change) will be assessed at the time of enrollment in any installment plan and is due in addition to the required down payment. Accepted financial aid awards will be used to make the required down payment and future payments until depleted for any installment plan.

Emergency Loan Installment Plan

Students that accept the Financial Aid Office Emergency Loan Promissory Note from the online application will automatically be enrolled in the installment payment plan, if available. The Emergency Loan amount is only for the required down payment in the installment plan for the applicable term. The Emergency Loan application can be accessed through WebAdvisor>Financial Aid>Emergency Loan Application.

A STUDENT WHO FAILS TO MAKE FULL PAYMENT OF TUITION AND 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 MAY BE DENIED CREDIT FOR THE WORK DONE THAT SEMESTER.

Delinquent Payment Penalty (Subject to Change)

A charge of $15 will be assessed for each delinquent installment plan payment. As provided by law, any student who fails to make full payment of tuition and all fees by the due date will be prohibited from registering for classes until full payment is made. All official university documents, including transcripts will be held, until full payment has been made.  Any delinquent balances will be turned over for collection at which time an additional 30% will be added to the account balance for collection charges.

Returned Checks or Electronic Transactions (Subject to Change) 

A $30 service fee will be levied on all returned checks or electronic payments if the bank is not at fault.  Students submitting a payment to TWU that is returned unpaid are subject to being dropped from their classes.  It is TWU practice to submit all returned checks immediately upon receipt to the Denton County District Attorney for collection. 

page last updated 7/22/2016 10:47 AM