Payment Options

How to pay your bill

You have several options when it comes to paying your IUPUI bursar bill. So you can avoid potentially long lines, we encourage you to pay online, by mail, or by using the Office of Student Financial Services secure drop box.

Make sure you make your payment at least five business days prior to the due date—or sooner, depending on your payment method—to help ensure that your bill is paid on time.

Problems with your payment

Make sure you pay on time and that you have sufficient funds to cover your bill to avoid these potential pitfalls.

Returned checks

If your bank returns a nonnegotiable check or electronic payment, you’ll be assessed a nonrefundable service charge. You may also be barred from enrolling at IUPUI.

The current service charge is $27.50 or 5 percent of payment value, whichever is greater (not to exceed $250). If your bank returns two or more nonnegotiable payments, you will not be able to pay with a check in the future.

Late payments

Your student account will be charged a late payment fee of 1.5 percent each month that it’s past due. Late fees are costly, and you can avoid them easily by paying the amount due or enrolling in the payment plan by the due date.

Learn what happens if you don’t pay

Make sure you pay your bill on time

See a calendar of due dates