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Office of the Registrar

Payment Methods

Students who fail to pay all tuition & fees or get on an installment plan and make the 1st installment payment by the 20th class day will be administratively withdrawn from all classes, with no possibility of reinstatement for the current term.

Acceptable Payment Methods

American Express, Discover, VISA, or Master Card

myUTH - All tuition and fee payments should be made online via myUTH using either credit card or E-Check

Effective Aug 14, 2013, a 2.5% service fee will charged for each credit card transaction


VISA or Master Card

Bursar's Office (UCT 2240) at 713-500-3088.
Effective Aug 14, 2013, the Bursar's Office will no longer accept credit card payments for tuition and fees on-site or by telephone


Mail to the Bursar's Office:
UCT 2240, UTHealth, PO Box 20036, Houston, TX 77225 
NOTE: Check must reach the Bursar's Office before deadline.


Processed only on-site at the Bursar's Office, UCT 2240.  Do NOT mail cash.
Installments Students may pay tuition and fees in full or in installments for the fall semester, spring, and summer - 12 week semesters. Students who wish to use the installment option may select the installment payment plan using myUTH or may make the selection at the Bursar's Office, UCT 2240. A $20 fee will be assessed for use of the installment plan. A $25 fee will be assessed for each subsequent delinquent installment payment. Certain fees (health insurance, liability insurance, installment use fee, etc.) are not installable and must be paid in full at the initial payment.

The installment option for the summer semester is only available to students who are registered for the summer 12 week term.

Dropping classes or withdrawing from the University does not relieve a student of the responsibility for unpaid financial obligations to the University. Students enrolled in an installment payment plan will be required to continue making payments until the non-refundable portion of their account is paid in full. Refunds or credits are based on the percentage of tuition and fees charged, not on the percentage of tuition and fees paid. A student, who fails to make full payment of tuition and fees, including any incidental fees, by the due date, may be prohibited from registering for classes until full payment is made. A student who fails to make payment prior to the end of the semester may be denied credit for the work done that semester.

Bills will not be mailed. View your bill on myUTH .

Payment must be in the Bursar's Office or charged through myUTH by the payment dates listed to avoid penalties.