Students can view their account and make on-line payments using E-Checks or Credit/Debit Card on the SBS Billing & Payment site. You must have your Texas State NETID and PASSWORD to access your account.
A 2.75% service fee with a minimum $3 per transaction fee is applied to credit/debit card payments (effective 9/2012).
NOTE: The service fee is not collected by the university and is thereforenon-refundable.
Financial Aid, Scholarships, and/or Tuition Adjustments, such as the Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan, will automatically apply to your account. The aid (including tuition adjustments) must be disbursed and applied to your account by the payment due date to avoid cancellation of your classes.
Please refer to the information that follows for more information:
Financial Aid/Scholarships will begin to disburse 10 days prior to the 1st class day of the semester.
Scholarships should be delivered to the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office in the J.C.Kellam Building, Room 240.
If your aid has not been applied to your account you should contact the Financial Aid Office at 512.245.2315 or log on to My Financial Aid to find out if the aid will be disbursed prior to the payment due date.
Students with aid that covers 100% tuition, fees, room and board will no longer be required to take action and apply their aid as payment.
If the aid is not sufficient to cover 100% of your charges, you must pay the total balance due or enroll in a payment plan to avoid cancellation of your classes.
Approved tuition adjustments will apply to your account as they are received. Please Note: The Billing and Payment site does take 24 hours to update with this information.
Students with a tuition adjustment that covers 100% tuition, fees, room and board will no longer be required to take action and apply their adjustment as payment.
If the tuition adjustment is not sufficient to cover 100% of your charges, you must pay the total balance due or enroll in a payment plan to avoid cancellation of your classes.
*NOTE: Students who no longer plan to attend the semester and have a negative (-) balance on their account due to financial aid, scholarship, or tuition adjustment credits MUST complete an official withdrawal request with the Office of the University Registrar.
*Please include the student name and TX State ID on all payments to ensure timely and accurate posting.