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The mission of Student Account Services at the University of Dallas is to serve the students by aiding them in meeting their financial obligations. Student Account Services is located in the Business Office on the first floor of Cardinal Farrell Hall. Below are some additional links that can assist you in paying your account. 

Tuition and Fees

Definition of Payment Arrangements

The University of Dallas requires that before each semester students/parents setup payment arrangements for that semester. There are several options the student/parent may utilize to achieve this outcome.

Payment in Full: a student may pay the outstanding balance in full before the start of the semester.

Completing all financial aid paperwork and having enough funding to pay in full the outstanding balance for the semester before the beginning of the classes.

Enrolling in an online installment plan through Cashnet that will have the account paid in full before the close of the current semester.

All students registering, after the payment arrangements due date (see "Important Dates"), must setup pay arrangements the same day of the registration.

To view the current tuition and fee schedule, click here.

Payment Methods

The University of Dallas offers several payment options to students and parents:

  • Cash
  • Check
  • Electronic Check
  • Credit Card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover)
  • Payment Plans
  • Financial Aid
  • International Payments

Payment Options

The University of Dallas offers several different payment options for students. Click here to learn more about the payment options.

Payment Plan

The payment plan allows students at the university to pay for their semester charges over the course of several months instead of paying their accounts in full prior to the start of the semester. Both students and parents can use the payment plan to manage their account with the University of Dallas. Click here for additional information on the payment plan.

GradGuard

Tuition Refund Insurance broadens and strengthens the school’s existing refund policy.  An exclusive offer for our University of Dallas families not offered to the general public.
Learn more at GradGuard.com/tuition/udallas

Paying with International Currency

For information on paying with International Currency, please click here for more information.

Parent Information

Parents wishing for information on payment plans, parent login, and other information, Click Here.

Book Voucher

For information on book vouchers, Click Here.

BankMobile Refund Program

BankMobile is the program through which students now receive their refunds. Students now have the option of receiving their refunds electronically.  Click here to read more details about the program.

Student Insurance

All degree-seeking full-time undergraduate students (except seminarians and F-1 Students) are automatically enrolled in an annual student health insurance plan.  The general health insurance may be waived directly with the insurance company upon successful completion of an online waiver form before the deadline date. Click here to view insurance information.

Credit Card Policy

We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover through our online payment system, Cashnet. There are kiosks located in the hall outside the Business Office on the first floor of Cardinal Farrell Hall for your convenience.   Click here for more details on our Credit Card Policy.

Important Dates

Click here for important dates when tuition is due, the final due dates for the Romer's payment arrangements, book voucher and emergency loan availability, and health insurance wavier deadlines.

UD Yearbook

Click here to get information on the UD Yearbook.

Emergency Advance Request

Click here to see important information on emergency advances.

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