Sponsored Billing

Sponsored billing is a payment agreement made between West Texas A&M University and a government agency, either domestic or foreign, the student's employer, a pre-paid savings program, or another agency that will send payment on the student's behalf after WTAMU has invoiced the agency.

Sponsored billing is not a reimbursement program. Once sponsored billing is added to the student account, it is only a promise of payment by the agency. If the agency refuses to honor their agreement either in part or in full after they have been invoiced on behalf of the student, sponsorship agreements on the student account must be adjusted to match the number of funds the sponsor submits for payment.

Any remaining balance then becomes the responsibility of the student.

Payment by Sponsored Billing

Students should email or forward the service authorization, promissory note, or tuition assistance forms to our office. You must include your full name and ID number every time.

Letters of credit/promissory notes received after the payment deadline will be applied, but will not negate late payment fees or other
penalties. Always submit your request for sponsorship as soon as you register for each new semester.

Peace Officer & Firefighter Exemption Form  

Military & Hazlewood

Hazlewood Act  
Military Tuition Assistance  
Chapter 31 / Chapter 33 (Post 9/11)  
Chapter 33, Montgomery GI Bill  

Tuition Plans

ACE Students  
Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan  
Texas Tuition Promise Fund  

Sponsor Billing FAQs

Do sponsorships pay entire bill?  
Balance after sponsorship paid?  
Employer Tuition Reimbursement  
Will WT bill my employer?  
Setting up sponsored billing  
Submitting Letter of Credit/ Promissory Note