The university will no longer issue paper bills beginning Summer 2008. With this new electronic billing system, students will need to check their IUP email often, and it is highly recommended that students authorize parents/guardians to view and pay bills
through the IUP EasyPay system accessed through the university’s website.
Once you receive any email stating your bill is available, you may log in to IUP EasyPay to review your statement and pay your bill.
Methods for paying student bills are as follows:
IUP EasyPay: In an effort to deliver services to its students more efficiently, IUP has implemented online payment services, IUP-EasyPay, accessible for authorized users from the Bursar’s page and through MyIUP for
students. These online payment services, via the IUP EasyPay system, offer students and authorized users (parent and/or guardian) the flexibility and convenience
to view and pay their bills 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Payments can be made by electronic check payments (e-checks) or credit cards.
E-checks may be made online through IUP EasyPay for no additional fee by simply entering your account and routing numbers.
Credit card payments are accepted with the following cards: Visa, Discover, or MasterCard. There is a 2.85 percent convenience fee assessed to all credit card payments.
Please verify the amount you are paying, as we cannot refund a payment made in error.
View instructions on how to use IUP EasyPay or frequently asked questions about the EasyPay process.
In the Bursar’s office: Regular check payments or money orders and cash are also accepted in person.
Depository: Rather than waiting in line, you may drop off your payment in the depository located outside the front entrance to Clark Hall. Be sure to include your Banner ID number on your payment.
Mail: Checks are also accepted through the mail. Please include your Banner ID number on your payment. All payments can be mailed to: Office of the Bursar, Clark Hall, 1090 South Drive, Indiana, PA 15705.
To pay in full, you can pay the entire amount as indicated under “amount due” on the billing statement.
For any student not paying the full amount due on his or her billing statement by September 20 and who has not signed up through the IUP EasyPay for one of the above plans, the Office of the Bursar will assume the student has chosen the IPP two-payment
plan and will automatically enroll them in a this plan for a one-time fee per term of $40. If you are paying less than the full amount because you have an approved deduction that is not listed on the billing statement, please contact Financial Aid
at 724-357-2218 or the Office of the Bursar at 724-357-2207 to clarify aid concerns.
The IPP plan allows students to pay their semester school fees by making monthly payments. The IPP is also available during summer sessions. A one-time, per term, nonrefundable fee is charged to cover administrative expenses. You can choose your IPP online
through IUP EasyPay.
The following IPP options are available:
For any student not paying the full amount due on his or her billing statement and who has not signed up through the IUP EasyPay, the Office of the Bursar will assume the student has chosen the IPP and will automatically enroll them in
the two-payment plan for the one-time non-refundable fee of $40. If you are paying less than the amount because you have an approved deduction that is not listed on the billing statement, please contact Financial Aid at724-357-2218 or the Office of
the Bursar at 724-357-2207 to clarify aid concerns
A late payment fee of $30 will be assessed on each monthly payment received five days after the due date, with a maximum of $120 per semester. Your financial aid cannot replace your installment payment unless it covers your IPP account in full.
If a student receives financial aid that will reduce or pay off the IPP, it is the student’s responsibility to contact the Office of the Bursar in Clark Hall and provide a copy of proof of aid.
The Bursar’s office reserves the right to place a financial hold on any student’s account with no payments or an outstanding balance on the account. All balances need to be paid in full before the end of the semester. The financial hold prevents students
from registering and requesting transcripts.
The university provides fall and spring semester bills to students approximately six weeks before the first day of classes. Summer bills will start to be issued in April. Monthly statements will be available online the 28th of every month. Students may
view current activity on their accounts through IUP EasyPay 24 hours a day/seven days a week!