Pay by electronic check from a checking or savings account (no fee). You may also pay using a major credit card (a 2.85% convenience fee will be charged by a third-party processor - PayPath) through the E-Bill System.
Payment Card Industry (PCI) Compliance
Safeguarding payment cardholder data is a shared responsibility which honors the trust of our students, customers, and constituents. Faculty or Staff who process, transmit or store cardholder data on behalf of Baylor University, please visit the PCI Compliance website to access information and requirements.
Wire Transfer & International
- Convera (formerly Western Union) International payments are accepted using the E-Bill System. Convera® GlobalPay for Students Price Promise - "If you find a lower price from your bank, we will match it." Disclaimer** Email email@example.com with GlobalPay for Students reference (starting EUS) plus screenshots of the quote from your bank. Terms and Conditions apply.
- If you would like to make a payment to a student account via wire transfer using the E-Bill System, select Bank Wire as your payment method.
- You may also use Flywire.
Mail / 529 Payments / In-Person
If you are mailing a personal or 529 payment or an outside scholarship check, please use the Student Accounts Office mailing address. Payments cannot be accepted by phone. If interested in sending a 529 payment as an ACH/wire payment, you can request this information at onestop.web.baylor.edu. (Please note, our office does not accept cash payments.)
Student Financial Aid
Students must file the FAFSA beginning October 1 each year to receive consideration for federal and institutional financial aid. Students who file their financial aid applications late should be prepared to pay the first installment of the payment plan (including a $60 non-refundable payment plan fee) to fulfill the financial obligation by the due date.
In addition to the FAFSA, students must file the CSS Profile beginning October 1 to receive consideration for institutional need-based aid.
Please monitor BearWeb and your Baylor email for important notifications about outstanding aid requirements that must be completed. All financial aid must appear as a "Credit" or "Anticipated Financial Aid" on a student's account in order for it to count towards their term's billing information.
Recipients of scholarships from religious institutions, foundations, corporations, individuals, or other organizations outside the University should arrange with their donors to have checks sent to the Student Accounts office.
If you need financial aid assistance, please contact the Student Financial Aid Office.