IU partners with NelNet Campus Commerce to let you pay your balance over time with a payment plan. This option allows you to pay off your account in up to four payments over the term, depending on when you enroll in the payment plan. To enroll, visit One.iu.edu and search for “View/Pay Bursar Bill.” Open the app and click “Create or View A Payment Plan.”
- Online: You can pay your bill online via credit card or debit card, or via electronic check (e-check). Visit One.iu.edu and search for “View/Pay Bursar Bill.”
- US Mail: Print a copy of your bill and mail it along with your check or money order to IUPUI Lockbox, PO Box 7245, Indianapolis, IN 46206
- In person: You may pay in person using check, traveler’s check or cash at our Payment Center in the Student Financial Services Suite located in the Campus Center, Ste 250.
IU partners with NelNet Campus Commerce to let you pay your balance over time with a payment plan. Students who are no longer enrolled can select various online payment plan options, from 6 months up to 36 months. Enrolling in one of these longer term payment plans does not release the hold on your account, but it does prevent late fees and accelerated collection efforts. Interested? Call us to dicuss more details.
To see available payment plans and enroll in one, visit One.iu.edu and search for “View/Pay Bursar Bill.” Open the app and click “Create or View A Payment Plan.”
If you have Title IV financial aid such as a Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, Direct Loan, Perkins Loan, or PLUS loan (parents or graduate students), you must grant permission to allow IUPUI to use your aid to pay for non-institutional charges such as your parking permit or recreation fee.
If you don’t grant authorization, you’ll be billed for these charges and may have to wait for your financial aid refund before you can pay the remaining balance on your account. This could result in your account becoming past due.
Visit https://one.iu.edu/launch-task/iu/complete-financial-aid-student-authorizations and grant authorization for the appropriate campus(es). You’ll need to be logged into One.iu.edu.
If you end up with a credit balance, you’ll be issued a refund. Refunds are processed every Friday. Direct deposit refunds are usually received within 3 business days. It can take longer to receive a check through the mail. (Credit card payments that result in a credit balance will be refunded to the credit card, and should appear within ten business days.)
With direct deposit, your refund will be deposited straight into your checking or savings
account. You’ll get your money faster than if you wait for a check—usually within three business days after the processing date shown on your account. To set up direct deposit, visit https://one.iu.edu/task/iu/direct-deposit-of-bursar-refunds.
It’s easy to figure out how much you’ll pay to go to IUPUI. Visit https://studentcentral.iupui.edu/cost/tuition-fees/index.html and select the term and your residency, level, program, and number of credit hours in the tuition calculator. Keep in mind that, depending on your choices, you may also be charged optional and course-related fees, housing costs, recreational and locker rental fees, meal plan fee, and parking fees.
If you drop a course or withdraw from all courses after the refund period due to significant or unusual circumstances, you have the right to submit a tuition dispute. You must do so within one year of the end of the semester in which you dropped the course or withdrew from all courses.
We’ll consider tuition disputes only for very specific, extenuating circumstances, including:
- University error
- A recent medical condition
- Immediate family emergency such as death or severe illness
- Transfer to another university
To file a dispute, first you must drop the class (or classes) you wish to dispute or formally withdraw from IUPUI. Before your dispute can be considered, all dropped classes must have a grade of W. (For more info on grade changes, please visit https://studentcentral.iupui.edu/grades-progress/grade-changes/index.html). Next,submit a dispute petition form along with the required documentation and your personal statement.
If you’re an international student, you can pay in your own currency by using either Flywire or GlobalPay for Students. The exchange rate is competitive and there’s no transaction fee for IUPUI students (though your bank may charge a fee). Both services are more convenient and cost less than wires directly from your bank to IU.
Make sure you follow all directions for whichever payment processor you choose. We’ll post the U.S. dollar equivalent to your student account, usually within five business days after your local bank transfers the money. Make sure you start the process with plenty of time before your bill is due.
- To pay with Flywire, visit https://www.flywire.com/pay/indianauniversity.
- To pay with GlobalPay for Students, visit https://student.globalpay.wu.com/geo-buyer/indianauniversity#!/.
You will receive your bill on the third Thursday of the month, and it will be due on the 10th of the following month. First bills for the term are issued as follows:
- Fall: third Thursday in August, due September 10
- Spring: third Thursday in December, due January 10
- Summer: third Thursday in April, due May 10
Bills are issued to the student via the IU email account on the third Thursday of each month. The student can designate someone else to receive a copy of the bill via email by assigning third party user access. To assign this access, the student should visit https://one.iu.edu/launch-task/iu/set-up-third-party-account-access.
If you don’t pay your bill by the due date, you will be assessed a late fee and you may have a hold that prevents you from registering for classes or receiving your transcript or diploma. We may place your account with an outside collection agency, and you could face legal trouble.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects the privacy of your education records. With the exception of directory information, these records are considered confidential and cannot be released to third parties (including your parents, spouse, or sponsor) without your written consent. To give your consent, visit https://studentcentral.iupui.edu/personal-information/grant-access-to-your-info.html.
Mailed checks will usually arrive within 7–10 business days after the processing date shown on your account. If you don’t receive your refund check within 14 days, you should issue a stop payment request so your refund can be re-sent to you.
It depends on the length of the course and when you drop it. Be sure to check the official calendar for the deadlines for each refund amount. You can find general refund deadlines at https://studentcentral.iupui.edu/pay-bill/index.html.