Terms and Conditions
Students must agree to the Angelo State University Statement of Financial Responsibility prior to registration. That document is available for review here: terms and conditions
Fees are payable as specified in the Angelo State University catalog. Payment may be made by cash, check, money order or credit card. Checks or money orders should be made payable to Angelo State University (ASU).
Sol Mayer Administration Building, Room 100
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Student Accounts/Bursar’s Office
ASU Station #11046
San Angelo, TX 76909-11046
E-Check or Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express only)
Angelo State’s Flywire website.
Full Payment by established deadline.
- A $30 non-refundable fee will be assessed to utilize the installment plan.
- If installment plan is chosen, payment in full may be made at any time however the $30 fee will not be removed.
- Installment plan is not available in the summer terms.
- 1 st Payment: 25% of tuition and fees, and housing and food (if applicable) due no later than 5 p.m. CST Thursday before the semester begins.
- 2 nd Payment: 25% of tuition, fees and housing and food (if applicable) due no later than 5 p.m. CST of the 5 th business day of October (Fall Semester) or March (Spring Semester).
- 3 rd Payment: 25% of tuition, fees and housing and food (if applicable) due no later than 5 p.m. CST of the 5 th business day of November (Fall Semester) or April (Spring Semester).
- 4 th Payment: 25% of tuition, fees and housing and food (if applicable) due no later than 5 p.m. CST of the 5 th business day of December (Fall Semester) or May (Spring Semester).
A $40 late charge will be assessed for any missed installment deadline.
Angelo State University is not responsible for lost mail.
A student who fails to make full payment of tuition and fees, including any incidental fees or return of Title IV funds, but the due date may be prohibited from registering for classes until the full payment is made. A student who fails to make full payment prior to the end of semester or term may be denied credit for the work done that semester or term.
Payment must be made immediately to bring billing statement into compliance. Full payment of the class or appropriate percentage based on date of add.
- 25% within the first 4 class days of term start
- 50% for a 2 nd Eight weeks class.
Dropping classes during drop periods but maintaining enrollment. See refund policy for further information.
- If payment in full received, refund for the class will be processed on the next scheduled refund date.
- If the installment plan was chosen, credit for the dropped class will be applied to the next installment due.
Withdrawing from all classes
- Withdrawal from the University is defined as leaving the University for the semester and being officially removed from all classes.
- If leaving for the semester, refer to the refund policy to determine refund eligibility in accordance with Texas Education Code 54.006.
Class schedules are not valid until payment is received. If payment or credit is not applied by the established deadline classes may be cancelled. Classes cancelled by the university may be reinstated after payment of the amount due is received as well as a $350 reinstatement fee. Reinstatement must be requested within 4 business days of cancellation.
$40 late charge for any missed installment deadline.
Pre-Registered classes may be cancelled by the university.
Balance may be forwarded to an outside collection agency for collection. Accounts forwarded to collection agencies will accrue a 30% increase to offset fees charged to the university.
All students are responsible for reviewing, understanding, and abiding by the University’s regulations, procedures, requirements and deadlines as described in all University publications. Students are also responsible for:
- Registering for classes and knowing the classes they are enrolled in.
- Reviewing bill for accuracy and addressing discrepancies in a timely manner.
- Following the correct procedures to add, drop or withdraw from classes.
- Understanding the correct payment options and methods.
- Completing any applicable financial assistance requirements to ensure that funds are disbursed on time.
- Paying all financial obligation by the published due dates.
- Bankruptcy - The enrollment action constitutes a financial obligation between the student and Angelo State University and all proceeds of this agreement will be used for educational purposes and constitute an educational loan pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 523(a) (8).
- Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) –If student provides consent the university, the departments, their respective agents and contractors are authorized to contact student regarding educational debts at current or any future numbers either provided or acquired for personal phone(s) including but not limited to a cellular phone or other wireless device(s) using automated telephone dialing equipment or artificial or pre-recorded voice or text messages.
- Choice of law/Venue selection – This agreement shall be interpreted in accordance with and pursuant to the laws of the state of Texas including, but not limited to Texas Education Code § 51.967, Limitation on Educational Debt.
- Credit Bureau Reporting (Fair Credit Reporting Act) - The university reserves the right to report payment history to credit-reporting agencies.
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