Paying for Classes
All prior term 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 cash, cashier's check, money order in person or through online payment options. Payments can be made in person at the Bursar's Office on the Denton campus, online, or by mail.
- Check (current term balances only)
- Money Order/Cashier Check
- Credit/debit Cards (online only-additional fee applies)
- Electronic Check (online only-no fee)
- Third-Party Sponsors/Vouchers/Purchase Orders
- Pay Online Now
Note: Financial Aid awards MUST BE ACCEPTED and will be automatically applied toward balance on the student account when disbursed by the Financial Aid Office. Awards must be accepted or rejected in WebAdvisor under Financial Aid.
Texas Woman’s University has partnered with Flywire to streamline the tuition payment process for our international students. Flywire 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 and will also be notified via email when payment is received by Texas Woman’s University. Click or go to: twu.flywire.com to begin the payment process.
Returned Checks or Electronic Payments (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.
Students that fail to pay account charges by established deadlines will be prohibited from registering for classes until full payment is made on all accounts. Students that are allowed to pre-register for future terms before balances are due may be dropped if balances become delinquent. All official university documents, including transcripts, will be held until full payment is received. Any delinquent balance at the end of a term may be turned over for collection at which time an additional 30% fee will be added to the account for collection charges.
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.
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