- New student handbook
- Fee Information
The Registration Agreement
When you register, the university reserves specific class spaces for you and commits resources to provide the instruction you have selected. On your part, you assume the responsibility for paying those course fees or for withdrawing from those courses if you decide not to attend. The availability of courses is subject to change. A section may be canceled due to low enrollment or departmental staffing considerations. The department canceling a class will notify registered students and help them make alternate arrangements, if necessary. Registered students also will be notified if the meeting time and/or location of a course has been changed since the student registered. Your registration will not automatically be canceled for nonpayment of fees. You must either pay your fees or withdraw from classes by the end of the first week if you do not plan to attend. Canceling your registration by the first week of classes releasesyour class space in time to be available to other students. If you decide to cancel your registration, log on to OneStart® (onestart.iu.edu) Self Service, click on “Drop/Add Classes,” and proceed to drop all classes. Students are encouraged to “View My Class Schedule” to verify that all classes were successfully dropped and to “View My Bursar Account” to verify that the proper credit was processed.
Billing and Fee Payments
IU uses an electronic billing and payment system as the official means of generating bursar bills to all IU enrolled students. Students receive notice in their university-assigned e-mail account when their e-bill is ready to be viewed online. The online statement will detail the amount due and the payment due date. In addition, any 3rd Party Users created by the student has the option of receiving these e-bill notifications. Students and/or 3rd Party Users are not required to pay bills online. They may elect to pay online with debit or credit card, by mail with check or money order mailed to our payment processing address, or in the Office of the Bursar (KC 205) with cash, check or Money Order. All charge card payments must be processed online.
See our Web site for DUE DATES.
Students who are eligible and desire the deferment plan will see the deferment amount due when they view their bill online. For more information on the Deferment Plan please see the Office of the Bursar website. As student university email accounts have been established as the official means of communication between the university and the student, it is expected that students will read these emails in a timely fashion. A student’s failure to receive or read official university communications will not absolve the student from knowing and complying with the content of the communication.
Current Fees can be found on the Office of the Bursar.