The Business Office seeks to provide multiple payment options for tuition and fees to help students plan for the cost of education, avoid borrowing, and maintain freedom for service. Student account information is available through WebAdvisor. The Business Office offers the following payment options:
You may make payment by cash, check, or credit card in the Cashier’s Office (Scarborough 103).
Payment made at the teller office by cash, check or credit card for rent or registration payments must be made in full. Partial payments are not accepted. Credit card options include VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. There is a convenience fee of 2.5% for credit card transactions.
You may mail payment by check to:
Southwestern Seminary Business Office
P.O. Box 22480
Fort Worth, TX 76122-0480
Mailed payments must be received by stated deadline.
Be sure to include the student’s name, student ID# and the purpose for which the payment is being made (e.g. rent, tuition, etc…).
Student account information and online payments are available through WebAdvisor (webadvisor.swbts.edu). Students have the option of paying online via a credit card or a bank draft.
Nelnet payment plans provide students the opportunity to spread the cost of tuition and fees over the semester.
Current/Returning Students: August 20, 2015 Options: 1) payment in full or 2) set up a Nelnet payment plan agreement through WebAdvisor
New students: August 27, 2015 Options: 1) payment in full or 2) set up a Nelnet payment plan agreement through WebAdvisor
The new payment plans are now available for Fall 2015. If you are setting up a new payment plan for 15/FA you will use the new payment plan company called Nelnet (aka FACTS). Most students have the opportunity to set up a 4 month payment plan for the semester.
There are a few programs that offer a 12 month payment plan (only DMIN, DEDM and Flat Rate MTS students will have the 12 month plan available—if you are in one of the programs and for some reason the 12 month is not available, please contact us). Also, please note a difference in terminology between OPC and Nelnet. They are both 12 month payment plans however Nelnet calls their first payment a “down payment” followed by 11 payments.
Here are step by step instructions on how to set up the Nelnet Payment Plan.