Frequently Asked Questions

Question: Will my schedule be removed if my payment is postmarked by the payment deadline?
Answer: Yes. The schedule removal process only recognizes receipted payments.

Question: Can I pay my tuition/fees in installments during the summer?
Answer: No, the installment payment plan is NOT available for mini and summer terms. Tuition/fees must be paid in full. Go to the Student Accounts page for information about short term signature loans.

Question: When are late fees assessed?
Answer: A $100 late registration fee is assessed for students registering beginning the first class day of each semester. A $25 late payment fee is assessed for past due balances greater than $100 for all installment payments. A $25 late payment fee is assessed for each loan outstanding on delinquent student loan balances.

Question: What happens if my check bounces?
Answer: Returned checks must be paid in cash, money order or cashier's check. A service fee of $30 per check is also assessed.

Question: What form of payment will University cashiers accept?
Answer: Personal check, cash, money order, cashier's check, credit card (VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express).

Question: Where can I send my payment?
Answer: Attn: Tuition Payment
Texas A&M University-Commerce
P O Box 3011
Commerce, TX 75429

Question: Can anyone pay on my account?
Answer: Yes, however checks used for payment to a student's account are the responsibility of the student. The student's account number is also required.

Question: If I want to send an "express" payment, where would I send it?
Answer: Attn: Tuition Payment
Financial Services
2600 W Neal St
Commerce, TX 75428

Question: Do financial aid and scholarships apply to mini terms?
Answer: No

Question: Will a thesis/dissertation waiver hold my schedule?
Answer: No

Question: Does a Hazelwood waiver cover full tuition/fees?
Answer: No. It does not waive the student services fee.