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Tuition & Financial Aid

Payments
Will I have to buy textbooks?
Students participating in BYU-Pathway’s PathwayConnect do not have any additional costs for textbooks while enrolled in those foundational courses .
After completing PathwayConnect — or for students who did not participate in PathwayConnect — costs for textbooks vary:

For students whose tuition is higher than $46 per credit:
The cost of textbooks varies by course. On average, students will pay about $1,200 for textbooks during their entire bachelor’s degree.

For students whose tuition is $46 per credit or less:
Students who pay $46 or less per credit receive a course materials benefit, which covers all textbooks for just 10% of their total semester tuition. This charge is automatically billed separate from tuition. View these frequently asked questions for more information.
How do I pay my tuition?
To pay tuition, students should do the following:
  1. Login at byupathway.org/sign-in .
  2. In the student portal, click the “Finances” menu at the top of the screen, and select “Make a Payment.”
When is tuition due?
Students are encouraged to pay tuition on or before the first day of the semester. Students must pay their current balance by the end of the semester in order to be permitted to enroll in future semesters.

Students may choose to pay in full or make payments throughout the semester. For students who make payments, late fees will be applied as follows:

  • For students enrolled in BYU-Pathway’s PathwayConnect: A 5% late fee will be applied to any outstanding balance not paid by the Monday of the last week of the semester.
  • For students who have completed PathwayConnect — or for students who did not participate in PathwayConnect: A 5% late fee will be applied to any outstanding balance not paid by Day 8 of the semester.

Students who do not pay their tuition in full by the end of a semester will not be able to take additional courses until payment is made.
Is Financial Aid available?
Please visit our Financial Aid web page for details.
Taxes
Will my participation in BYU-Pathway Worldwide affect the taxes I pay?
Possibly. Each country has a separate set of laws. As a result of a student's participation, taxes or other payments may be owed to his/her local government. It is each student's responsibility to understand those laws and comply.

U.S. Students: BYU-Pathway is unable to extend 1098-T tax forms to students in PathwayConnect. For additional insights on how your tuition should be accounted for, please speak with a tax professional. If you choose to continue to an online degree program, you will receive these forms from BYU-Idaho or Ensign College.