Bursar Office

Tuition Payments

EZPAY is a secure website on which students can manage their tuition finances.

EZ Pay Students login button EZ Pay Authorized Users login button

  • View your charges and payments, including disbursed financial aid and scholarships.
  • Make secure payments towards your account balance.
  • Set up direct deposit to receive refunds directly to your bank account.
  • Set up an authorized user to view your bill, make payments on your behalf and set up an authorized user refund profile. (see below)
  • Enroll in the installment payment plan.
  • Set up future payments to occur automatically.

*The EZPAY portal may be down between 12 a.m. (midnight) and 12 p.m. (noon) on Sundays for maintenance or after 11 p.m. on payment deadlines.

Students may add authorized users to an EZPay account. This will allow the person to view bills, make payments on a students’ behalf and create an authorized user refund profile.

To add an authorized user,

  1. Log into EZPay with your NetID and Password.
  2. Select the “Authorized Users” tab on the right side under “Profile Setup”.
  3. Select the “Add an Authorized User” button.
  4. Enter the email address of the person you are adding and select the access you would like them to have.
  5. Click “Add User”.
  6. Read the agreement and click “I Agree” if you agree to the terms. Select continue.
  7. An email and temporary password will be sent to the authorized user(s). The authorized users must log in to EZPay for authorized users with the registered email address and temporary password. Passwords may then be changed.
  8. An authorized user may set up direct deposit by creating a refund profile.

Authorized users remain active until you delete them. Select the red “X” beside the user’s email address if you would like to disallow access to your account.

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Payment deadlines for each term are posted on the Academic Calendar and are strictly enforced. Students are expected to pay in full or enroll in a payment plan by the payment deadline published in the Academic Calendar.

Enrolling in classes at The University of Texas at Dallas is a financial commitment. Students who fail to make full payment to the University for tuition, fees, short-term loans or installment plans by the published due dates are subject to the following consequences:

  • Possible dropping of class(es)
    • The University of Texas at Dallas does not guarantee that any student will be dropped for non-payment
    • If a student does not wish to attend classes, it is their responsibility to drop their classes before the deadline published in the Academic Calendar
  • Assessment of late payment fees
  • Placement of student account registration holds so that registration and/or dropping of classes are not allowed
  • Withholding of grades, diplomas and/or official transcripts
  • All penalties and collection actions authorized by law