A Christian Liberal Arts University, Est. 1846

Deposit & Housing

Make Your Deposit – Secure Your Spot

Residence Halls are expected to fill up quickly for Fall 2020. Before you and your fellow accepted students join us on campus, you’ll need to submit a $200 matriculation fee (deposit). This fee includes $150 toward tuition and a $50 housing deposit.

This is what happens when you pay your deposit:

  • We send you a housing form so you can secure your room and your roommate.
  • We put you in the system so our staff can start the course scheduling process.
  • We send you info about getting started at Taylor and about Summer Orientation.

*Please note that all new students are required to live on campus unless they are commuting from their parents’ home.

The matriculation fee deadline for fall admission is May 1. A new or readmitted student who cancels prior to May 1 will receive a full refund.

How to Pay Your Deposit

Online: You are welcome to pay the matriculation fee online with a credit card.

Submit Your Deposit

Check: If paying by check, please include the student’s name on the check memo and mail it to:

  • Admissions Office
    Taylor University
    236 W. Reade Ave.
    Upland, IN 46989

Not Ready to Deposit?

How can we help? Let us know if there is anything we can do or answer to help you with your decision.

Register for Housing When You Deposit

Campus Housing

Do you have a residence hall you’d prefer to live in while at Taylor? Paying your matriculation fee will begin your housing process. Once this deposit is paid, our housing form will be emailed to you. The sooner you pay, the more likely you’ll get in your preferred hall.

Meet Your Roommate

Do you already have a roommate idea or are you excited about meeting your roommate for the first time? Starting the housing process will allow you to choose your roommate or have one selected for you. You’ll find out your housing placement before Summer Orientation!

Have More Questions?

Contact your Admissions Counselor. They’d be happy to assist.