Our tuition and fees estimator lets you get an idea of course costs based on your program of interest, number of classroom hours, and other factors.Learn More
With Direct Deposit, refunds for dropped classes, financial aid, or any other refundable credits can come directly to you and bypass printing and mailing of a paper refund check. Once you've signed up for Direct Deposit, each time we authorize a refund for you, we will transfer the money directly to your savings or checking account. This means quicker delivery of your funds. (*Exception: if payment is received via credit card a refund will be issued via credit card.)Learn More
Checking your statements and paying your bills online is very simple using the IU Bursar Pay system. If you're a student, you may choose to set up a 3rd Party User, usually a parent or guardian, who may then view and/or pay your bill. Step-by-Step directions are provided along with video tutorials for common tasks.Learn More
The Office of the Bursar will be closed Friday, July 3, 2015 in observance of Independence Day. We will reopen Monday, July 6, 2015 at 8:00 a.m.
The first billing statements for Summer 2015 coursework will be created on Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Students will receive a statement notification email and gain access to the May 2015 electronic statement on 05/05/2015. The first official due date for the Spring 2015 term will be Tuesday, May 19, 2015.
Effective April 1, 2015, the university will update billing verbiage in an effort to make billing information more clear for students, third party users, and outside sponsors. Moving forward, basic tuition charges will be presented with a residency status tag of "In-State" or "Out-of-State" (as opposed to "Resident" or "Non-Resident"). Additionally, the word "tuition" will now be included in all tuition levels assessed at IUPUI.
Posted: April 2, 2015
On April 1, 2015, the university will be upgrading the electronic transfer/international payment option by transitioning to WU GlobalPay for Students. WU GlobalPay for Students is an efficient and affordable payment option that accommodates international transfers using over 130 currencies.
Posted: March 2, 2015
The Personal Deferment Option (PDO) is only offered to students on the first billing statement of any given term. If a student does not adhere closely to the due date and the payment amount ("Deferment Amount") provided on the first billing statement of a term, access to the PDO is revoked. Additionally, students must adhere to the due dates and payment amounts in all subsequent months to maintain enrollment in the PDO. More information regarding the Personal Deferment Option is available on our Pay Options page.