Student Accounting and University Cashiering Services at the University of North Texas is responsible for the billing and collection of tuition, fees and third-party charges for UNT. We also issue UNT ID cards, administer payment plans, process refunds and issue short-term loans to eligible students.

Fall tuition payment changed to Aug. 21:

In order to better serve UNT students, the tuition payment due date has been pushed back four days to Aug. 21. This new date comes after financial aid is disbursed and means those funds will apply immediately to pay for tuition and fees.

If your financial aid pays for your entire tuition, then you don’t have to do anything further.

If your financial aid pays for part of your tuition you will be placed on a Student Payment Plan. Students paying out-of-pocket who pay a minimum of 10 percent may opt to join the Student Payment Plan.

Please note that students who pay in installments with the Student Payment Plan will have subsequent payments due on Oct. 3, Nov. 3 and Dec. 3.

Please contact Student Accounting with any questions you have: 940-565-3225 or student.accounting@unt.edu

Important Information Regarding Refunds:

Be aware that some types of financial aid can only be used to pay for certain types of charges. Therefore, you could receive a refund even if you have outstanding charges on your student account. You are responsible for paying the balance on your account, if one remains even after you receive a financial aid refund.

It is important to note that credit balances resulting from self-payments (ex. Cash, check, credit card, etc.) will be used to pay any outstanding debt owed to the University, to include debt for future terms.  Credit balances resulting from sponsored payments will be reviewed to determine whether the funds should be returned to the sponsor.