Financial Information

The following fees are established by the Board of Trustees of the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. Changes to the fee structure will be evaluated periodically.  Any changes to the fee schedule will go into effect for terms beginning after June 1, 2019.   

 

Tuition

MyWay at UMHB charges tuition based on a flat subscription rate per six-month term.  Tuition is currently $3,000 per term.  See below for more information on terms.

 

Application Fee

Applicants are required to pay a non-refundable application fee of $30. This fee does not apply toward tuition and is paid only once.

 

Diploma Fee

There is a $60 fee associated with filing an application for degree.  See details for this process within Degree Requirements.

 

Tuition Payment and Financial Policies

Tuition for the full term is due by the first day of each term.  UMHB offers a payment plan (at no additional cost) for students who cannot pay in full by the required date.  Based on the current tuition, the payment plan consists of monthly payments of $500 per month for a six-month period with due dates as follows:

  • Initial $500 payment must be made by first day of term (15th).
  • Subsequent $500 payments are due by the 15th of each month for the next 5 months. 

To enroll in the payment plan, contact a Bursar’s Office Representative at 254-295-4533 or cashiers.office@umhb.eduPayment or payment plan participation is required by the first day of each new term.

Access to competencies will be suspended if payment is not received by the 20th of the month.  During service suspension, students will not be allowed to engage in any academically related activities.  In order to re-activate account, student needs to contact their Student Success Coach along with submitting the amount of the past due payment.  Once payment is received, the student’s access will be restored by the end of the following business day.  The student’s ability to continue in the program will be subject to all other policies and requirements of the MyWay at UMHB program.  UMHB reserves the right to require payment in full at beginning of each term for any student who has two or more delinquent payments in any six-month term.

 

Account balances are available on MyCampus (https://mycampus.umhb.edu/ics/) 24/7. Paper statements are not mailed.  Payment may be made on the MyCampus site with a credit card - Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover (credit card convenience fees of 2.5% will apply) or E-Check (no convenience fee). Payments are also accepted in the Bursar’s Office. No payments are accepted over the telephone. For any check, including E-check, not honored by a bank, a returned check fee of $25 will be charged and University reserves the right to not accept checks for any future payments.

 

UMHB utilizes the UMHB Sadermail account as the official means of communicating account notices to students. It is the student’s responsibility to periodically check their Sadermail accounts.  The UMHB Bursar’s Office is committed to assisting all student account needs; however, students have the primary responsibility to make sure their tuition is paid on time each term. 

Delinquent Accounts

Failure to meet financial obligations of any kind to the University may result in a financial hold and suspension of services including enrollment for subsequent terms.  UMHB will not release transcripts and diplomas until accounts have been paid in full. The University also reserves the right to withhold a student’s access to campus services, including “MyCampus and MyPath,” and to restrict a student’s participation in university events, including commencement, for failure to make complete payment of a student account. UMHB may additionally withdraw a student for failure by the student to demonstrate proper responsibility in the handling of financial matters as related to the University.

 

The student will remain responsible for all unpaid balances incurred. In the event an account becomes delinquent and is placed with an outside agency for collection, all collection costs and/or legal fees will be the responsibility of the student.