Important Financial Dates
Be prepared each semester to manage the financial investment in your education at Dallas Baptist University. The following is a list of important dates and deadlines that will help you complete your financial arrangements and successfully manage your student account.
Payment Arrangement Dates
Each semester all students are required to contact the Cashier's Office to finalize their payment arrangements. This confirms how each student will pay their semester balance, which includes the acceptance of all Financial Aid, tuition reimbursement agreements, and completion of payment plans. Below are the semester payment arrangement dates.
|Registration Term||First Payment Dates|
|Fall Semester||August 1|
|Spring Semester||January 1|
|Summer Semester||May 1|
Students who do not make correct payment arrangements by the corresponding due dates will be automatically placed on a DBU Payment Plan and charged appropriate payment plan fees.
Final Payment Due Dates
All personal pay, payment plan and financial aid student account balances will need to be paid in full by the following final payment dates each semester:
|Registration Term||Final Payment Dates|
|Fall Semester||November 1*|
|Spring Semester||April 1*|
|Summer Semester||July 1|
*Excludes students participating in the 1/6th-Down Deferred Payment Plan. Those enrolled in this plan must have their balances resolved by June 1st (Spring).
Students who have not paid their balance in full by the above referenced dates will have a Cashier’s Hold placed on their student accounts preventing further registration, access to student records, and/or access to campus and online student services.
For a complete list of Employer Reimbursement due dates and deadlines, click here.
If you have any questions regarding your student account, please contact the Cashier’s Office at 214-333-5336. Our Office is here to help!
Students who are graduating must pay the previous and present account balances in full by the time designated in the graduation application materials provided by the Registrar's Office. This includes all employer reimbursement and third-party paid balances. If any balances are not paid by this time, the student will be denied the privilege of participation in commencement exercises and access to student's diploma upon graduation. The student will be allowed to participate in a commencement exercise only after the previous and present balances are paid in full.