Corporate Education and Third-Party Billings
The Cashier’s Office has a variety of payment options for corporate education students as well as those who receive payment for their tuition from a third-party company, organization, or tuition program. Important information concerning these programs is referenced below:
Some employers will reimburse you for all or a portion of your tuition, without an invoice from the Cashier’s Office. Normally, employers will ask you to provide a copy of your semester account statement, which includes the cost of your courses, and a copy of your grades received for those classes. Students at the end of each semester have until the corresponding employer reimbursement due dates to pay their bill.
Employer Reimbursement Due Dates
|Registration Term||Deadline for Payment|
|Fall Semester||February 1|
|Spring Semester||July 1|
|Summer Semester||October 1|
|Employer paid balances are due by the above reference dates.|
Following registration, all Employer Reimbursement students are required to complete the DBU Employer Paid Reimbursement Agreement each semester and submit this form to the Cashier’s Office via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax at (214) 333-5578 in order to confirm your employer tuition benefit.
Any portion not reimbursed by your employer will either need to be paid in full at the time of registration, or placed on a payment plan.
- Employer Reimbursement Due Dates are located in the table above.
- Are you not wanting to pay your tuition bill at once? Choose a DBU Payment Plan.
- Update your employee benefits information with our office each semester.
The Cashier’s Office can directly invoice your employer or organization for your tuition charges if you provide a Letter of Credit (LOC) or Voucher to our office for billing. All third-party billing students will be invoiced after the 10th class day, or add/drop date each semester. Payment will be received directly to the Cashier’s Office and automatically applied to your student account.
Any portion not covered by your invoice will either need to be paid in full at the time of registration or placed on a payment plan and paid for like any other student personal payment.
All Third-party student balances are due by the Final Payment Date each semester.
If you are a student who receives Veterans benefits for all or part of your tuition, the Registrar’s Office and Cashier’s Office will work with you to help manage your student account. Students who receive tuition assistance from the Department of Veterans Affairs will need to first contact the VA Certifying Official in the Registrar’s Office and then the Cashier’s Office to define your VA benefits.
VA Chapter 33
Tuition will be billed at the beginning of the semester. Payment will be automatically posted to your student account once received from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Any amount not covered by your VA33 benefits will need to either be paid in full at the time of registration, covered by financial aid, or placed on a payment plan to be paid like any other personal payment.
If you make changes to your schedule, please be sure to notify the university VA certifying official to ensure you receive all the VA benefits to which you are entitled.
VA Chapter 31
The Cashier’s Office will bill the Department of Veterans Affairs directly for 100% of your tuition, books, and supplies following the 10th class day or University add/drop period each semester. Payment will be automatically posted to your student account once received from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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Please contact the primary billing contact in the Cashier’s Office to discuss your VA Benefits and payment amounts following your registration.
Students who are a part of the Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan or any other 529 Plan will need to show a copy of their ID card or plan membership at the time of registration. Students will be invoiced following the 10th class day, or after the add/drop date each semester for the amount specified in their plan. Payment will be automatically posted to your student account once received.
Any portion not covered by your 529 Plan will either need to be paid in full at the time of registration or placed on a payment plan and paid for like any other student personal payment.
- Primary Billing Contact Information
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- More Information on the Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan
- Not wanting to pay your tuition bill at all once? Choose a DBU Payment Plan.