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Payment Options

Indiana University requires timely payment of all tuition and fees (see Fee Payment Policy). You may make your full payment by the due date or use one of the payment plans that includes a deferment fee.

Need to pay your bill? Here's how.

About Your Bill

The Higher One electronic billing and payment system is the official means of generating bursar bills to all Indiana University students. Paper billing statements are no longer provided for enrolled students. You will receive a notice in your University-assigned e-mail account when your Bursar bill is ready to be viewed online. Your online statement will detail the amount due and the payment due date. Higher One bills are available 24 hours a day.

Use your bank account
  1. Log into One.IU.
  2. The Account Summary page shows your payment options. To view your bill, choose “Statements.”
  3. On the Account Summary page, choose whether you want to pay your total due, a deferment amount if offered (enter the amount to pay), or other amount. Choose the corresponding “Pay” button to be taken to Higher One’s electronic payment system.
  4. For the payment method, choose “Enter new electronic check information.”
    • To make a one-time eCheck payment, enter your bank account information and choose “Continue Checkout.”
    • To use a stored payment profile, choose “My Account,” and then choose the profile you want to use under “Saved Accounts.”
  5. Make sure your payment information is accurate and then choose “Submit Payment.”
    • If you decide not to make the payment, choose “Cancel.”
    • If you need to change the amount, choose “Cancel” and then choose “Return to IU” at the top of the page. Select another payment amount and proceed to step 4.
    • If you need to edit eCheck information, choose “Edit” and make your changes.
  6. After you’ve submitted your payment, your receipt will be displayed. If you would like to email the receipt to yourself or someone else, choose “Email Another Receipt” and enter the email address.
  7. If you would like to print a receipt, choose “View Printable Receipt.”
  8. After you’re finished, choose “Return to IU” to see your updated balance, or close your browser to log out.
Use a credit or debit card
  1. Log into One.IU.
  2. The Account Summary page shows your payment options. To view your bill, choose “Statements.”
  3. On the Account Summary page, choose whether you want to pay your total due, a deferment amount if offered (enter the amount to pay), or other amount. Choose the corresponding “Pay” button to be taken to Higher One’s electronic payment system.
  4. For the payment method, choose “Enter new credit card information.” The nonrefundable service charge will be displayed.
  5. To continue with your payment, check the box acknowledging that you understand and accept the nonrefundable service charge, then choose “Continue Checkout.” If you do not agree to the service fee, choose “Cancel My Transaction” instead.
  6. If you choose to continue with your payment, enter your card information, verify that it is correct, and then choose “Continue Checkout.” If you wish to save your card information for future payments, add a payment profile name such as “My Credit Card.”
  7. Make sure your payment information is accurate and then choose “Submit Payment.”
  8. After you’ve submitted your payment, your receipt will be displayed. If you would like to email the receipt to yourself or someone else, choose “Email Another Receipt” and enter the email address.
  9. If you would like to print a receipt, choose “View Printable Receipt.”
  10. After you’re finished, choose “Return to IU” to see your updated balance, or close your browser to log out.
Use an automated service

Many banks offer an automated bill payment service, which you may use to pay your student account.

Your bank will mail a check to us, so be sure to allow seven to ten business days for your payment to reach us.

Instruct your bank to make the check payable to Indiana University and to include your first and last names and your 10-digit university ID number. Have them mail your check to:

Office of the Bursar
Indiana University Kokomo
Payment Processing Center
P.O. Box 7240
Indianapolis, IN 46206-7240

Use a payment plan
Learn about payment plans offered at Indiana University Kokomo.
Use a college savings plan

If you’re paying for college with a 529 college savings plan, your plan provider will mail a check to us. Be sure to allow 10 to 14 business days after you request a payment for your payment to reach us.

Instruct your plan provider to make the check payable to Indiana University and to include your first and last names and your 10-digit university ID number. Have them mail your check to:

Office of the Bursar
Indiana University Kokomo
Payment Processing Center
P.O. Box 7240
Indianapolis, IN 46206-7240

Use a foreign currency

If you’re an international student, you may pay your student account from your home country by using Flywire or GlobalPay for Students.

Flywire and GlobalPay for Students are simple and secure ways to make an electronic payment in your own currency. The exchange rate is competitive and there’s no transaction fee for students from Indiana University, though your bank may charge a fee.

Here are a few things to keep in mind:

  • Flywire and GlobalPay are more convenient and cost less than wires directly from your bank to Indiana University.  
  • Follow all directions for whichever foreign currency 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 in plenty of time before your bill is due.

Pay your bill with FlyWire

Pay your bill with GlobalPay for Students

Third Party Sponsor payments

Sponsored students who request a third party billing must present a billing authorization (voucher) to the Office of the Bursar prior to the student's fee due date to prevent any late charges. In addition, students must pay any remaining fees not covered by their sponsor when submitting the voucher.

The deadline for turning in sponsor paperwork is the due date of the student's fees but no later than the end of the refund period. If paperwork is not available when fees are due, students should pay their fees and submit paperwork no later than the end of the refund period. Students will be issued a refund for any overpayment if the sponsor covers fees that have already been paid.

Any questions regarding third party billings should be directed to the Office of the Bursar, (765) 455-9352

Pay by mail

Make checks or money orders payable to Indiana University. Write your ID number on all items. Include your payment stub from your statement to ensure proper identification. Please do not send post-dated checks. Mail checks or money orders at least five days before the due date to:

Indiana University offers an online payment option for students and their families. Higher One is a Web-based payment method for Kokomo students to pay their bursar bills using an electronic check from a checking or savings account or a credit card (VISA, MasterCard, DISCOVER, American Express, or JCB (Japanese Credit Bank). In addition to making payments, students may also view their online statement history and authorize other individuals, such as parents or guardians, to view their bill and pay all or part of the balance due.

Office of the Bursar

Indiana University Kokomo
Payment Processing Center
P.O. Box 7240
Indianapolis, IN 46206-7240

Please send Scholarship checks to the following address:

Indiana University Kokomo
2300 S. Washington Street Kelley Student Center 205
Kokomo, IN 46902

Pay in person at IU Kokomo
Payment by check, money order or cash can be accepted in the Office of the Bursar, Kelley Student Center, Room 205, during office hours. Please bring your online bill to make payment.
Payment Drop Box
You can pay by check using the drop box outside the Office of the Bursar, Kelley Student Center, Room 205. Be sure to include the bottom portion of your statement. If that is not available, you must include your 10-digit student ID number so that payment can be properly applied. DO NOT place cash or signed travelers' checks in the drop box. Payments received in the drop box will be retrieved and posted the next business day.
IU Tuition Benefit
For information about employee/retiree, spouse/domestic partner, or dependent child tuition benefit, contact the Office of Human Resources online or at (765) 455-9368.
Advanced College Project (ACP) Payments

High School students taking Advanced College Project (ACP) classes at their respective High Schools can pay for their college fees by one of the following methods:

  • Online Payment

    Indiana University offers an online payment options for students and their families by following ACP Online Payments

  • Drop Box

    You can pay by check using the drop box outside the Office of the Bursar, Kelley Student Center, Room 205.  Be sure to include the bottom portion of your statement.  If that is not available, you must include your 10-digit student ID number so that payment can be properly applied.  DO NOT place cash or signed traveler's checks in the drop box.  Payments received in the drop box will be retrieved and posted the next business day.

  • Paying in Person

    Payment by check, money order or cash can be accepted in the Office of the Bursar, Kelley Student Center, Room 205, during office hours.  Please bring your bill stub to make payment.

Fee Payment Policy

University policy requires timely payment for all charges owed to Indiana University, including, but not limited to, tuition, fees, library fines, and parking fines. Any payment due to the university that is not received by the due date is subject to monthly Late Payment Fees. Timely payment of your account with approved financial aid, personal check (unless restricted), credit card, or cash will ensure that you avoid the late fee assessment and keep your account in good standing.

In addition to monthly late fees, the university reserves the right to restrict services, terminate enrollments, contract for outside collections, and pursue legal action in the collection of any past due debt at the expense of the debtor.

DUE DATES* - fees are due and payable by the date on your bill.  Billing occurs the third Thursday of each month with payment being due the 10th of each month.

* Circumstances beyond our control could change billing and due dates. Your IU Kokomo e-mail account will indicate when your bill is available online. Late fees are 1 ½% of the unpaid balance.
Last updated: 08/02/2017