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  • 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 2.85% convenience fee with a minimum $3 per transaction fee is applied to credit/debit card payments (effective 9/2012).  

    NOTE: The convenience fee is not collected by the university and is therefore non-refundable.

     

     

  • Mail payments to the following address:

    Texas State University

    Student Business Services

    601 University Dr., JCK 188

    San Marcos, TX  78666

    All payments must be posted to the student account by the end of business on the payment deadline, regardless of the postmarked date.

    ** Scholarship checks MUST be sent to Financial Aid and Scholarships (JCK Room 240) for processing.**

     

  • Texas State University and Western Union Business Solutions have partnered to provide an easy way for you to pay for your tuition. This assures that your funds will arrive on time and in full, without hidden charges. You pay in your home currency, either online or by bank transfer, and the school receives your payment in full and posts the payment to your student account quickly.

    Benefits for you:

    • Pay in your home currency.  Don’t see it available?  Don’t worry, you can still pay from your local bank account using USD.
    • Pay from anywhere from your mobile, tablet or desktop device.
    • Save on bank fees and exchange rates.
    • Exchange rates locked in for 72 hours for international payments.
    • Funds arrive at your institution quickly and in full.
    • Track your payment every step of the way with status updates by text or email.

    Accepted International Banks

    Policy Regarding Overpayments

    Texas State University does not accept overpayments on student accounts. Please transfer only the amount due on your student account to avoid payment delays.

    A $25.00 service fee is applied to domestic payments sent via Western Union.  

    NOTE: The service fee is not collected by the university and is therefore non-refundable.

  • If you will be paying for your semester charges with a 529 account or Trust Fund account, please note the below information.

    • Account owners must submit a request for payment from the Plan Administrator.
    • The payment must be received and posted to the student’s account by the payment due date. Failure to meet this deadline will result in your student’s registration being canceled.
    • All checks should be made payable to “Texas State University” and must include the student’s name and Texas State Student ID number.

    Mail payments to the following address:

    Texas State University

    Student Business Services

    601 University Dr., JCK 188

    San Marcos, TX  78666

    Payments can also be sent via domestic wire. The following information must be included on the wire detail:

    • Student Name
    • Texas State Student ID number
    • Semester of payment

    Bank Information: Wells Fargo Address: San Marcos, Texas, USA Routing#: 121000248 Beneficiary Account: 4231235600 (Wire) SWIFT Code: WFBIUS6S

    *All payments must be made in US Dollars*Please notify Student Business Services at bursar@txstate.edu with the expected wire payment amount.

  • Payments can be made at the Student Business Services Office, J.C. Kellam Building, Room 188 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday.

    Forms of payment accepted at the payment windows include cash, personal check, cashier’s check and money order. Credit/Debit card payments are not accepted at the SBS payment windows.

     

  • Payments (checks only) may be placed in the depository drop box located in the lobby next to the Student Business Services Office in JCK 188.

     

  • 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:

    • 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 do not need to take action. The aid will automatically apply to your charges.
    • 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.

    Tuition Adjustments:

    •  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 do not need to take action. The tuition adjustment will automatically apply to your charges.
    • 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.

*Phone payments are not accepted.

*All payments must be made in US currency.