Once you are registered for a term, you will receive an email from the Cashier's Office containing instructions for viewing your charges and completing Financial Settlement. Financial Settlement is the final phase of registration each term you attend Baylor. Beginning this term, Baylor University has included a Financial Responsibility Agreement as part of the financial settlement process.
Once your charges are available for the term, you must complete the following two steps:
Verify financial aid and/or loans are properly reflected on your student account. If necessary, review the Online Student Financial Aid Checklist and email Financial_Aid@baylor.edu with any questions.
To make the process of paying for your Baylor education more manageable, you have the option to enroll in a Payment Plan. Plan enrollment is required each term in which you participate in the Payment Plan. For more detailed information on Baylor's Payment Plan, click here.
|Standard||33.33% + $40 Setup Fee||3|
|Deferred||$80 Setup Fee Only||3|
Subsequent Installment Due Dates
|July 31||October 31||January 31||April 30|
|August 31||November 30||February 28/29||May 31|
Adding an Authorized User in the E-Bill System is a student’s written consent that an individual may view account information, make payments on their behalf, and communicate with Student Financial Services regarding their student account. More information about Authorized Users can be found here.
Once classes have begun, a student will need to fill out an Add/Drop form from the Office of the Registrar. A refund is based on the following:
A cancellation occurs when a student decides not to attend classes for a term prior to the first day of classes for that term and the student is fully refunded. A withdrawal happens beginning the first day of class and a refund is based on a percentage of days participated in the term.
Contact your advisor or program director for more information on how to initiate a withdrawal.
Baylor University will electronically deposit your student financial aid refund in the financial institution of your choice. Learn more about Direct Deposit.
In order to avoid transcript and registration holds, your account must remain current.