Account & Payments
You can make tuition payments, buy parking permits, and receive fee refunds through the Office of Bursar Services.
New IU Bursar Pay System
Indiana University now has a new e-billing and e-payment system. Students will need to grant third-party user access to their bursar bills/account and to make electronic payments. For more details, including a sample bursar bill and how-to tutorials, click here.
The Bursar Pay Guide contains helpful information and links to assist you in navigating the new system.
NOTE: If you have a past due balance of $200 or more, you may not be able to register for classes. If you have questions or need information about your student account, billing, fees, or payments, contact the Office of Bursar Services.
Third Party Access to Bursar Balances and Bills
If you had 'Authorized Payers' in the old online payment system or if you have used the "Financial Information Release" form in the past to grant payment access to your bursar account to parents, guardians or others, you will need to set up 3rd Party Access through OneStart and add new payer information. All Authorized Payer information and the "Financial Information Release" forms are now obsolete and no longer being honored.
To insure that you are prepared in the new systems, you will need to grant 3rd Party User access to your 'Bursar Balances and Bills' in OneStart. If you have already given 3rd Party User access for grades, financial aid information, etc., those users will keep their current user name and password, but you will need to check the 'Bursar Balances and Bills' box and add an email address for each user. Step-by-step instructions for setting up 3rd Party Access are available in the IU Bursar Pay Guide.