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Tuition & Fees

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Welcome to the University of Dallas! We understand that one of the biggest concerns for students is the cost of tuition. To help you make informed decisions about your education, we have provided links below to the tuition and fees for each college within our university. Additionally, if you are a prospective student, we invite you to use our Net Price Calculator to estimate your eligibility for an Academic Achievement Award and need-based financial aid. We are committed to making education accessible to all, so please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

Important Notes for All Colleges:

The University reserves the right to change tuition and other charges at the beginning of any semester if the University judges such change necessary. The University of Dallas may change any institutional policies without prior notification.

All Fees are due by the Tuition Payment Due date. Students registering after this date must immediately pay the account in full, set up a payment plan, or have financial aid that will cover the account at the time of registration. Students registering after the initial Tuition Payment Due date are required to process their payment arrangements on the same day of registration.

International Health Insurance
International students attending on F-1 visas must enroll in a policy provided by the International Student Services Office. For further information, contact Breonna Collins at bcollins@udallas.edu.

Students may be allowed to audit University courses with the permission of the instructor and the Registrar. No credit is awarded and laboratory privileges are not included. If a student desires college credit, the class must be repeated as a regular course at the regular tuition rate.

UD now delivers all refunds to students electronically. The funds are disbursed with BankMobile Disbursements, a technology solution, powered by BMTX, Inc. is the company that UD has partnered with to deliver this service. The student has two choices when determining how their refund is delivered. They will either choose to have the funds direct deposited (ACH) into an existing account or open a BankMobile checking account with BankMobile. Please visit the Refund Page for further information.

Payment of Accounts

The student is responsible for payment of all the expenses incurred at the University of Dallas. It is the student’s responsibility to assure that all payments and credits are received by Student Account Services located in the Business Office, including financial aid, scholarships, and sponsorships.

Payment Options
All payments for tuition, fees, deposits, and/or room and board may be paid online or in the Business Office. Payments received online must use electronic checks, Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, or Discover. If a debit or credit card is used as the form of payment, then there will be a 2.85% convenience fee (domestic cards) and 4.25% convenience fee (international cards) assessed per transaction. The minimum service fee for card transactions over $20 and less than $106 will be $3.There is no fee charged for using electronic checks. Any payments received in the Office of Finance must be paid either by cash or check. All checks received in the Office of Finance for payment on the student account may be electronically deposited to the Bank. Individuals wanting to pay in the Office of Finance using a debit or credit card will be directed to the kiosks outside the entrance of the office located on the first floor of Cardinal Farrell Hall.

Students that do not make payment arrangements for a semester will be deleted from the semester.

Payment in Full
Payment in full, or acceptable arrangements, are due by the payment deadline for each semester. Checks that are mailed or presented to the Office of Finance in person should be made payable to the University of Dallas. Credit and debit cards are only accepted online and at the kiosks in front of the Office of Finance located on the first floor of Cardinal Farrell Hall.

Online Payment
Students wishing to pay online have several choices. UD has the ability to accept electronic checks, credit and debit cards online (Visa, MasterCard, Amex, and Discover). Parents wishing to pay online for their student must have their own ID and Password for the online payment system; the student sets this up.
Further information may be found at the following link: Parent Information Page

UD Payment Plan
Those desiring to pay their charges by using the UD payment plan can go to the UD Payment Plan page for additional information. There is a $60 enrollment fee for the UD payment plan per semester. Anyone with questions concerning the UD payment plan may contact Student Account Services located in the Office of Finance at 972-721-5144. Payments are due on the 5th of the month; any payment received later can be subjected to a late fee of $60.00.

For International Students
Notice to Sponsored Students: If you request the Office of Finance to bill your foreign embassy or sponsor for tuition, you must attach a copy of the sponsorship letter to a printout of your current term’s schedule every time you register for a new term, even if a letter has been previously provided to the Business Office. This will expedite the payment process to the University and avoid you receiving notices of unpaid bills. If you have any questions regarding this matter please contact the Office of Finance at 972-721-5144.

International Payments
The University of Dallas has partnered with Flywire to provide our international students with an easy and secure method to send international payments in your home currency through Transact Payments International option.  Please see our Foreign Currency web page for more information.

Financial Aid
If the student’s financial aid pays for the entire semester’s costs, then the student receiving financial aid will be allowed to use this as payment for the semester. For any amounts on the account not fully covered by financial aid, other payment arrangements will need to be completed. The student must either cover the difference by paying in full at the time of registration, or by signing up for the UD payment plan.

A student with a delinquent account will be denied future registration, grades, transcripts, and diploma until all obligations are fulfilled with the University of Dallas. In the event that the student’s account is placed in the hands of a collection agency or attorney for collection, the student agrees to pay reasonable collection fees, including court costs, as permitted by law.