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The mission of Student Account Services (SAS) is to help students and parents/guardians to pay their financial obligations while
attending the University of Dallas. SAS staff is eager to try to help answer any questions
concerning the charges and payments on a student’s account. The Student Account Services
department is located in the Business Office in Carpenter Hall on the first floor
in room 100. The office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
To contact this office, call (972) 721-5244, email email@example.com or click here.
Personal checks ($200 max) from the student’s own bank account, parents or grandparents can be cashed in the Business Office. Second or third party checks will not be cashed in the Business Office.
All credit card payments for tuition, fees and room/board will be subject to a 2.75% convenience fee. We accept cash, check, electronic check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express. There are no fees charged for electronic checks. For more information on the convenience fee and payment options, visit our website at: https://udallas.edu/offices/sas/creditcard
The Business Office does not accept credit or debit card payments in person or by telephone. For the convenience of our students, payment kiosks have been set up outside the Business Office.
Students have the option to pay their accounts in full at the time of registration. The University of Dallas offers a web-based credit card and electronic check payment option. A student wanting to use this option must login into Banner Web, and click “Manage Your Account via Cashnet payment service.” Student Account Services will also accept cash or checks in person or by mail. Student Account Services will not accept credit cards by mail or phone. All credit card payments must be made online through Cashnet.
If you are mailing in a check to the Business Office, please include the student ID# on the check to ensure that the check is posted correctly to the student’s account. All checks must be received by the tuition payment arrangement due date. For more information on the Tuition Due Dates, click here.
Please make all checks payable to University of Dallas.Business Office University of Dallas 1845 East Northgate Drive Irving, TX 75062
Online statements are uploaded to Cashnet on a regular basis. Students will be notified by email when a new statement is available. Students should view each new statement to verify changes to their student account.
Students have the option to use the UD Payment Plan. The UD Payment Plan allows you to divide the balance due into installments. Students wishing to use the UD Payment Plan can sign up for it by logging onto Banner Web. The instructions for enrollment for the Payment Plan can be found here.
A refund will be issued when there is a credit balance from an over payment of financial aid on a student’s student account. Refunds are processed through a third party called BankMobile. The BankMobile refund program allows students to get their refunds electronically – either to an existing bank account or through the one allowed with BankMobile. More information can be found here.
Any student or parent/guardian having questions concerning any of these areas is welcome to contact Student Account Services located in the Business Office.
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