Financial Settlement
Undergrad, Grad, & Seminary

Spring bills can be viewed by registered students in the E-Bill System beginning December 3. After December 3, new registrants will be able to view their bills online beginning the business day after they register. A billing notification will be sent to both the student's Baylor email address as well as to any Authorized Users that the student has designated. The billing notification will contain instructions for viewing your bill and how to complete Financial Settlement.

Financial Settlement is the final phase of registration each term you attend Baylor. 

Once your bill is available for the term, you must complete the following two steps:

  • Confirm your attendance in BearWeb
    • Student Financial Services > Student Account > Confirm Attendance 
    • If you do not owe a balance, you must still confirm your attendance.
  • Pay your charges
    • View your bill in the E-Bill System and either pay in full or enroll in a Payment Plan
Important Dates:
  • December 3 - Bill available online for continuing students
  • December 17 - Due Date*
  • January 13 - If you are financially settled, your financial aid is applied, and you are set up for direct deposit funds should arrive in your designated bank account. If you are not setup for direct deposit, you are able to request a refund check. 
  • January 19 - Classes begin

*When currently enrolled students early register for an upcoming term, they are then billed approximately two weeks prior to the due date. Students registering after a certain point are on a rolling “register—bill—due” cycle. This means the due date will be determined by the date of registration.

If you are an International student, please click here to view our preferred payment process.

Things to Remember:

In order for a parent or relative to view and pay your bill or discuss your account with our office, you must designate them as an Authorized User

Add or update Direct Deposit information in BearWeb to have excess financial aid funds sent to your bank account.