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The Office of Student Financial Services at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary is located in the Welcome Center, suite 126, and manages student accounts for housing charges, tuition and other fees. The Office of Student Financial Services seeks to provide multiple payment options to help students plan for the cost of education, avoid borrowing, and maintain freedom for service.
Student account information and online payments are available through WebAdvisor. Payments may also be made during business hours at the Cashier’s Office located in Scarborough 103. Payments submitted in person after business hours may be left at out Cashier’s drop box located at Scarborough 105, or by mail at the address below.
Additionally, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary partners with Nelnet to provide students the opportunity to spread the cost of tuition and fees over the semester. Nelnet payment plans accept automatic payments from your checking, savings, or credit card account.
For questions regarding your student account, please complete and submit the inquiry below.
The Office of Student Financial Services seeks to provide multiple payment options to help students plan for the cost of education, avoid borrowing, and maintain freedom for service.
The Office of Student Financial Services offers the following payment options:
Students must pay their tuition in full or initiate a payment plan by the payment dates listed above. Students who do not make payment arrangements by the corresponding due dates will be automatically placed on a payment plan and charged appropriate payment plan fees.
Students who have not paid their balance in full by the above referenced dates will have a Hold placed on their student accounts preventing further registration, access to student records, and/or access to campus and online student services.
If you have any questions regarding your student account, please contact the Office of Student Financial Services at 817-921-8525
You may make payment by cash, check, or credit card in the Cashier’s Office.
All student housing charges, tuition, and other fee payments may be made directly to the Cashier’s Office (Scarborough -103) during posted hours, the Cashier’s Office drop box (Scarborough-105), or sent by mail to:
You may mail payment by check to:Southwestern SeminaryOffice of Student Financial ServicesP.O. Box 22480Fort Worth, TX 76122-0480
Mailed payments must be post marked 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.
The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary payment plan divides your tuition and housing charges into convenient monthly payments per semester with the last payment being due before the corresponding final semester payment date.
Students will be automatically placed on a payment plan and charged appropriate fees if they do not make payment arrangements prior to the deadline indicated for each semester.
Payment plans are subject to change with the adding/dropping of classes or by adjustments in financial aid.
A balance can be paid in full prior to the start of each semester.
To enroll in a payment plan follow the steps below:
Payments are processed on the 3rd of the month and will continue to process until the balance has been paid in full
Simple Steps to Enroll:
Cost to Participate
Target Dates to Enroll By
Payment Plan Availability
Availability of the payment plan is determined by Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Please be aware the Institution may elect not to have the payment plan available during specific times and dates during registration.
My Payment Plan
My Payment Plan is a service provided which enables you to view the current status of your payment plan, account balance, payment amount, and manage your account. Please visit the website at mypaymentplan.com
In previous years, your 1098-T included a figure in Box 2 that represented the qualified tuition and related expenses (QTRE) we billed to your student account for the calendar (tax) year. Due to a change to institutional reporting requirements under federal law, beginning with tax year 2018, we are reporting in Box 1 the amount of QTRE you paid during the year.
Form 1098-T, Tuition Statement, is furnished by Southwestern to students each year. It indicates the amount you paid for qualified tuition expenses in 2020. The form is distributed to inform you that you may be eligible to claim an education credit or deduction on your income tax return. If you have questions regarding your eligibility to claim the tax credit or deduction, please consult a tax preparer.
The dollar amounts reported on your Form 1098-T may assist you in completing IRS Form 8863 – the form used for calculating the education tax credits that a taxpayer may claim as part of your tax return. (You can find detailed information about claiming education tax credits in IRS Publication 970, page 9.)
The Business office sends 1098-T forms out to students by January 31st of each year.
Electronic delivery:Students who have opted in to electronic receipt of the 1098-T form in WebAdvisor (recommended) will receive an email notifying them when their 1098-T form is ready to view and print in WebAdvisor.
Mail delivery:A paper copy of the 1098-T forms is completed and mailed on or before January 31st for students who did not opt for electronic delivery. The 1098-T form is mailed to the student at the current address listed on WebAdvisor.
If you have not received your Form 1098-T, it was likely returned to us as undeliverable by the post office. The most common cause of this is an incorrect address. To ensure we have your correct address, please confirm your address on WebAdvisor.
You may also access your 2020 Form 1098-T in the Financial Information section on WebAdvisor. Login to WebAdvisor then click on “Student Tax Information” then select the first option. Click on the link below to download your form.
Another reason a Form 1098-T may not have been created for you is because we do not have a social security number on file for you. The IRS requires that we collect the student’s social security number and include it on the form. Please email email@example.com for a Form W-9S and we can generate a 1098-T for you. You may email it back or bring it by the business office in S-109.
Login to WebAdvisor then click on “Student Tax Information” and select the first option. Click on the link below to download your form. You can do this at any time to view your form on WebAdvisor.
Even if you are no longer enrolled, you may still access WebAdvisor using the same username and password you used when you were enrolled. If you do not remember your username or password, please click “What’s My Password?” in the bottom right corner of the WebAdvisor homepage: http://webadvisor.swbts.edu. Forms 1098-T are available under the Financial Information heading on the student menu.
The Cooperative Program Scholarship is handled a bit differently than financial aid. Since it is applied to all students who are members of a Southern Baptist Church, it is applied as a reduction of the amount of tuition billed. Thus, any figure in box 2 is net of the Cooperative Program Discount.
If your question is not answered here, please email 1098T@swbts.edu.
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Southwestern SeminaryOffice of Student Financial ServicesP.O. Box 22480Fort Worth, TX 76122-0480