As the parent of an ASU student, you may be looking for an easy way to pay for your student’s tuition and fees. We offer a number of bill pay options, but they do require some initial setup for parents. We’ll outline the process for you below.
Tuition and fees are due once your student registers for classes. Check the academic calendar for posted tuition deadlines, but most initial payments are typically due the week before classes start.
Your student will not be sent a bill. We send emails to students’ ASU email addresses to let them know their bills are available through our online portal, RamPort. Students may also elect to have phone calls and/or text messages sent to a phone number of their choice.
Failure to meet payment deadlines will result in your student being dropped from any registered courses. We cannot guarantee that your student will be able to re-register for classes or that your student will receive credit for completed coursework. For more details, please refer to the Student Payments page.
Payment to ASU can be made by cash, check, money order or credit card. Checks or money orders should be made payable to Angelo State University (ASU).
You can make online payments using an e-check or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express only).
Read the designating authorized users section below for more information about how you can get access to pay on behalf of your student.
Pay in Person
You can make payments in person at:
Sol Mayer Administration Building
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday
Pay by Mail
You can mail payments to:
Student Accounts/Bursar’s Office
ASU Station #11046
San Angelo, TX 76909-1046
If you cannot make a full payment on your student’s tuition and fees, your student may elect to set up an installment payment plan. Your student can set this up by visiting the Account Summary information in RamPort.
An installment plan allows you to make four payments, each covering 25 percent of the bill. This option is not available during summer terms. To learn more, visit the Student Payments page.
Securing scholarships and/or grants are great ways to help cover the cost of tuition and fees. If these options are not available to your student, you can also apply for a loan. Our Financial Aid Office can help you throughout the process.
Despite any available financial aid, your student may have an outstanding balance at registration if:
- Your student has not yet received and accepted an award offer.
- Your student’s registration bill exceeds your financial aid award.
- Your student’s classes do not qualify for financial aid.
Designating Authorized Users
Federal laws prevent us from sharing student financial information without your student’s permission. Your student can designate you as an authorized user who can view and/or pay the bill.
Typically, most parents work with their student to complete this two-step process to give them access to student information:
- Setting up a Web Pay Authorized User allows parents to pay their student’s bill.
- Granting FERPA/Proxy Access allows parents to see the tuition and fees details of the bill.
As part of designating FERPA/Proxy access, students can also grant parents or other authorized users access to view:
- Unofficial transcript
- Tax notification
Visit ASU’s FERPA website to learn more.