Billing & Payment Information
Once you are registered for a term, you (and any designated Authorized Users) will receive an email from the Student Accounts Office as soon as the official billing statement becomes available. NOTE: You will only receive one official billing invoice per term, so be certain to record the due date at that time. After the original term billing invoice is sent, subsequent Monthly Statements will be sent.
Once your bill is available for the term, you must either pay in full or enroll in a Payment Plan in the E-Bill system.
- Pay your charges
If the financial obligation is not fulfilled by the due date, a late payment fee of $25 may be added to your bill.
Additional Charges / Miscellaneous Expenses
A monthly notification will be sent on the first business day of the month to both the student's Baylor email and to all valid Authorized Users' emails regarding any additional charges or miscellaneous expenses (i.e. Health Center charges, library fines, parking fines, etc.) incurred throughout the semester. Payment in full is expected by the end of each month.
For more information about payment policies, please contact the Student Accounts Office.
Pre-Collection / Collection Process
Any outstanding balances remaining on student accounts after graduating or withdrawing from the university will be subject to being moved to our pre-collection department, Education Resolute (EdRes). Once an account is transferred to EdRes, students have a period of 120 days to establish payment arrangements with EdRes to avoid the account being sent to an official collection agency (Williams & Fudge).
It is important to note when an account is sent to EdRes, no additional fees will be charged, and students' Credit Report/Scores are not impacted as long as consecutive payments are being submitted to EdRes. However, if no payments are made within the 120-day pre-collection period, the account will automatically roll to Williams & Fudge where collection fees will be applied, and the Credit Report/Scores will be affected as well.
For more information about pre-collection and collection policies, please contact the Student Accounts Office.