Spring 2014 Information
(All dates are subject to change)
Indiana University generates electronic bills for bursar account activity. Students are sent an e-mail notification to their IU e-mail address when the monthly bill is available on the web. In addition, any authorized payer, once access has been created by the student, has the option of being sent these billing notifications.
You may pay your bill electronically from your checking or savings account using IU Bursar Pay. You may also print a bill to mail with your check payment using the “Printable Statement (PDF)”. NOTE: 529 plan payments or miscellaneous scholarship checks should be mailed directly to the Office of the Bursar in the Poplars Building for processing.
Please refer to the “IU Bursar Pay Guide” on the Office of the Bursar website, http://bursar.indiana.edu/home/index.php/bursarpay-guide/ for details about e-billing and e-payment options..
Fees for Spring 2014 will be assessed after November 1, 2013. Until that time, you will not see charges noted on your account. A complete listing of fees for the 2013-14 academic year is available on the Office of the Bursar website, http://bursar.indiana.edu under Tuition & Fee Rates.
Payment Due Date
You will be sent an e-mail notification to your IU e-mail address that will indicate a bill has been generated for you. This statement will include Spring 2014 course fees, financial aid processed for the spring term, and any other debts owed to Indiana University.
Payment is due in the Office of the Bursar by December 10, 2013 as noted on your e-bill.
Payments may be made via the web through IU Bursar Pay at http://onestart.iu.edu for students and at https://onestart.iu.edu/my2-prd/portal/104201 for 3rd Party Users. Statements may also be printed from these locations and used for mailing with your payment by check. Refer to "Billing & Payment" on the Office of the Bursar website at http://bursar.indiana.edu for additional assistance.
Late Payment Fee
A late payment fee of 1.5%, with a $2.00 minimum, based on the past due balance, will be assessed to the accounts of all students whose payments are not received in the Office of the Bursar by December 10, 2013. Each month that your account carries a past due balance, your account will be assessed a late payment fee.
If you have not received an e-mail notification by your bill by November 25, 2013, please use “View/Pay Bursar Bill” (under the Student Information Snapshot section, Student Self-Service link in OneStart, http://onestart.iu.edu) to determine your balance due. Failure to receive the e-mail notification of a bill will not be accepted as a reason for missing any payment deadline of December 10, 2013.
Important Note About Withdrawal
Failure to pay does not withdraw you from all classes. Should you decide not to attend the Bloomington campus spring term, you must notify the Office of the Registrar prior to the first day of classes using the Register and Drop/Add link in OneStart>Student Center. If you do not request that your registration be canceled, you risk receiving grades of F in your courses. If you do not take action you will remain registered in your classes and you will be responsible for all course fees, plus any applicable late fees, through the time you complete a total withdrawal. You will owe all or a portion of the fees if your withdrawal is processed after the 100% refund period.
Your account may be noted with your anticipated aid for Spring 2013. Anticipated aid awards are deducted from the term charges on your statement. The Total Due on your statement represents the amount you are expected to pay by the due date.
NOTE: Anticipated awards are subject to change. If, for any reason, your actual awards cannot be credited to your bursar account, the anticipated awards will be removed and you will be responsible for paying the balance.
Please be aware that anticipated awards are notations for information only. We reduce your bill by the anticipated aid as a courtesy to show the amount you are expected to pay by the due date. Anticipated awards do NOT actually reduce the balance on your account nor are they refundable.
You can get up-to-date information on your financial aid awards by checking OneStart at http://onestart.iu.edu. Choose the “Services” tab and then click the “Go to Student Center” link under the Student Center/SIS section. You can also contact Student Central on Union (Formerly the Office of Student Financial Assistance) by e-mail email@example.com
Refunds of Financial Aid
Refunds via direct deposit will be transmitted to your bank beginning January 6, 2014 and will be confirmed with an email notification to your IU e-mail address. Sign up for direct deposit on OneStart at http://onestart.iu.edu After you log in, choose Student Self-Service>Services & Information section>Financial>Direct Deposit Sign up, and follow the step-by-step instructions. Use this link to update your direct deposit information if your bank or account information has recently changed.
NOTE: Direct Deposit is the expected means for delivering refunds to students.
Note: All dates are subject to change.