The Office of Budget and Finance is open for business, although we are working remotely. Please continue doing business with us as usual, but be aware that most of us do not forward our office phones. Email or chat (via Microsoft Teams) may be the best way to reach us. Additional announcements relevant to a specific department may be found on that department’s home page.
Per the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), all educational records belong to the student and the university is not allowed to provide any specific data to anyone other than the student. This includes providing financial details of a tuition bill. There is an exception to this law and that is if there is a Parents Certification of Dependency on file with the Office of the Registrar. Please visit the FERPA website for more details.
Students that have qualified tuition charges and a valid SSN or TIN number in our student system will have a 1098T form automatically generated for them. The 1098T form will be available through Heartland ECSI. If a student does not have a 1098T form on file at this website, the student will need to email the Bursar Office at [email protected] to request the 1098T form. The Bursar Office cannot honor a request for a 1098T from someone other than the student.
Students may add authorized users to their EZPay account. This will allow the person to view bills, make payments on a students’ behalf and create an authorized user refund profile.
Once the student has added an authorized user, they can log in here:
Note: Setting up a person as an authorized user in EZPay only allows them access to the information available within EZPay. To obtain access to student information outside of EZPay, the person must have a Parents Certification of Dependency on file with the Registrar’s Office. For more information about access to student records, please visit the Registrar’s Office webpages regarding the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Student should present their Texas Tomorrow card or Letter of Verification to the UT Dallas Bursar Office. The Bursar Office will then bill the Texas Guaranteed Plan for the tuition. The student will be responsible for payment of all non-tuition related charges.
Students that have a 529 College Savings Plan from a financial institution should contact their institution to request funds to be withdrawn. Depending on your financial institution, the funds may be sent to you or directly to UT Dallas. Payments cannot be sent electronically to UT Dallas. The payment must be mailed and include the students full name and last four digits of the UTD-ID. The check should be mailed to:
The University of Texas at Dallas
Attn: Bursar Office
800 W. Campbell Rd. SSB21
Richardson, TX 75080
Note: Please request the funds a minimum of two weeks in advance to allow enough time for the financial institution to authorize the funds, mail the check and for UT Dallas to receive and post the payment on to the student account.