Plans

Payment Plans

Student Account Services at the University of Dallas is pleased to offer payment plans. The payment plan allows any student to pay for their semester charges in installments. Both students and parents can use the payment plan to manage the student's account with the University of Dallas.

General Information

Payments on the payment plan can be made by using either a debit or credit card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover) or by electronic check.

All debit and credit card payments, for tuition, fees, and room/board, are subject to a 2.75% convenience fee for domestic cards and 4.25% for international cards. 

Payments are due on the fifth day of the month.

The amount due for each payment will be automatically adjusted if a change occurs on the account before the 1st day of the month.

Students and/or Parents who are enrolling in a 3 Installment Payment Plan will be required to make a 10% down payment and have an active auto payment.

An email notification will automatically be sent five days before the due date of your next installment payment and each time a payment is made.

The payment plan enrollment fee is $60.00 per semester.

Each semester you must re-enroll in the online payment plan option. 

Payments not received by midnight on the due date will be assessed a $60.00 late fee.

Student Instructions

Once students have registered for the semester, they may then follow the directions below to sign up for the payment plan.

Payment Plan Student Instructions

  1. Go to Cashnet for Students (link opens up in a new window).
  2. You are now at the login page. Students, please use your 900XXXXXX student ID number as your login and your Banner Web PIN as your password. 
  3. Once inside Cashnet, locate the section titled "Installment Payment Plans," which is on the right hand side of the main page. 
  4. Select the Payment Plan that applies to you. Confirm that the information on the payment plan summary page is correct and then follow the prompts. 

Parent Instructions

Before parents or guardians can access or manage their student's account, the student must create a Parent PIN which enables them to log into Cashnet. For instructions on how a student can set up a Parent PIN, click here.

Remember that the student must set up the login ID and password for the parent or guardian.

Parent Enrollment in a Payment Plan

  1. Go to Cashnet for Parents (link opens up in a new window).
  2. Use the login ID and password that your student created for you, and enter it in the system.
  3. Once inside Cashnet, locate the section titled "Installment Payment Plans," which is on the right hand side of the main page. 
  4. Select the Payment Plan that applies to you and your student. Confirm that the information on the payment plan summary page is correct and then follow the prompts.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Is there a cost to enrolling in the payment plan?
    The cost for enrolling in the payment plan is $60.00 for each term.
  2. What happens if a change occurs in the balance on my student account?
    The payment plan will automatically adjust the amount owed for the remaining payments. This will either increase or decrease your amount owed each month depending on the adjustment on the account.  If this adjustment occurs on or after the 1st day of the month, that month's payment is not adjusted. 
  3. What if I pay more than my stated payment amount?
    If a student pays more than is required, then the excess will reduce the following month's payment.
  4. What if I pay less than the amount due on the plan for a particular month?
    Any student paying less then the amount required may be charged a late payment fee of $60.00.
  5. Can a parent or guardian make a payment on a plan for their student?
    Yes. The student must first create a login and password for the parent or guardian. Then the parent or guardian can log into Cashnet themselves and make a payment.
  6. Can I enroll for the entire academic year?
    No. Tuition and Fees are applied by semester. The payment plan must be set up each semester you would like to use it to pay down your balance.
  7. When will my payments be due?
    All payments will be due on the 5th day of the month.  Please note the exact dates listed on your payment plan when enrolling.
  8. How many payments will I have to make?
    Payment plans are divided into  3, 4, or 5 payments depending on the selected plan. The amount of each installment is dependent on which plan you choose when you enroll.
  9. Can I include last semester's balance in this semester's payment plan?
    No. The payment plan is based on the current semester charges. The previous semester's charges are not included and must be paid in full before another payment plan can be opened for another semester.
     
     

 

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