2650 East End Blvd. South
Marshall, TX 75671
Methods of Payment
All tuition and fees may be paid in cash.
All tuition and fees may be paid by personal check. Students who pay by check at TSTC must present a valid TSTC identification card or a valid Texas driver's license. Online payments can be made using WebAdvisor.
If a personal check does not clear the bank, the student will be notified and a $25.00 returned check fee will be assessed. The student will be required to pay the amount of the check and the returned check fee in cash or by money order, credit card, or cashier's check, unless the check refusal was an error on the part of the student's bank. A student who does not redeem a check promptly after being notified of its return is subject to referral to the College disciplinary committee and prosecution by civil authorities. A student who is responsible for a check that is returned because the account has been closed will face immediate prosecution. Checks written for the benefit of a student by a parent or legal guardian will be applied to the student's account.
Credit and Debit Cards
All tuition and fees of $10 or more may be paid by credit or debit card.
Installment Payment Plan
College credit students may pay their registration charges (tuition, student service fee, student use fee, student union fee, document fee, distance learning fee, orientation fee, parking fee, student identification card fee), campus housing, and meal plans on an installment payment plan. In accordance with State law, these students may pay their tuition and fees in installments for the fall and spring semesters and for summer terms that are 12 to 16 weeks in length.
In order to validate the payment plan option, the initial payment and the signed Installment Agreement must be returned to the Business Office at the time of registration. The initial payment amount is 34% of the total charges, plus a $25.00 installment plan fee. The remaining charges are divided into two equal payments. The first of these payments is due prior to the sixth class week. The final payment is due prior to the eleventh class week.
A student who elects to pay in installments will:
Emergency Tuition Loan
College credit students who are unable to pay their tuition and fees at the time of registration because of financial hardship may be eligible for emergency tuition loans. A student who is unable to repay the emergency tuition loan on the date due may apply for a possible extension for repayment. Contact the Business Office for more information.
Past Due Accounts
A student with a past due unpaid balance is considered to have a delinquent status. The delinquent student may not register for subsequent terms, receive credit for work done that term, receive grades and transcripts, or add courses. Delinquent accounts may be turned over to a collection agency, potentially affecting students' personal credit ratings. Students with delinquent accounts are responsible for any charges associated with the collection of delinquent accounts.