Spring 2022 Undergraduate Tuition Billing
Spring 2022 undergraduate student bills will be made available online, through SMUpay, on December 20, 2021 and the payment due date is January 10, 2022. Be sure to check your SMU email account frequently to avoid missing important information, including billing notifications. Depending on whether you have registered for all of your classes at the time of the December billing, your bill may only reflect a portion of your full semester charges. Please be sure to login to SMUpay to view your updated balance if you register for classes on or after December 20.
Parent/Guardian Access to Student Records and Payment Portal
If you are a parent/guardian and would like to gain access to your student’s account information, please refer to the Release of Education Records page here. If you are a parent/guardian who would like to become authorized by your student to make payments on his or her behalf, your student must first set you up as an authorized payer by following instructions found here.
Note: Please refer to our FAQs for answers to questions we frequently receive from students and families.
We are here to help! Our staff is fully committed to assisting students, their families and the entire SMU community. In addition to visiting us at the Laura Lee Blanton Building, you can visit our virtual front desk, where you will be greeted by a student account advisor through Zoom. We also offer scheduled virtual appointments though Zoom. To schedule your virtual appointment, click here and select any advisor listed.
Important Notice Regarding Potential Impact of the COVID-19/Coronavirus Pandemic
The COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic continues to create risks and uncertainties associated with on-campus educational programs of colleges and universities. The potential continuing impacts of the pandemic are not fully foreseeable, and may impact the feasibility and/or structure of on-campus learning. The tuition rates, course fees and general student fees charged by Southern Methodist University are not dependent on the format of the educational programs for which they are payable. Accordingly, if the University is required to alter the structure of its on-campus educational programs or transition students to remote learning models (in whole or in part) due to restrictions imposed by federal, state or local governmental authorities or applicable law, or if the University determines such action to be warranted in light of continuing or potential impacts of the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic, no reduction or refund of tuition, course fees and general student fees will be made based on the resulting changes to the programs in which students are enrolled.
Please refer to the SMU COVID-19 Updates page for university-wide information about COVID-19.
For information regarding spring 2020 credit adjustments for housing, dining, and parking due to COVID-19, please visit the Bursar FAQ page.