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.
You can make your payment by mail, online through OneStart®, use our drop box, or in person .
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.
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:
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 Univeristy Kokomo
2300 S. Washington St.
Kokomo, IN 46902
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.
Student Online Payment through OneStart®:
To start, log into OneStart®, chose View/Pay Bursar Bill. You may set up access for your parents or others to pay your bills.
Parent or Authorized Payer Online Payment:
Once your student provides you with account access, go to OneStart®, select . Enter username and passphrase and follow instructions. Begin managing your own profile for banking information in a secure and confidential environment.
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.
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 online bill to make payment.
Advanced College Project (ACP)
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:
Indiana University offers an online payment options for students and their families by following ACP Online Payments
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.
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.
IU TUITION BENEFIT
For information about employee/retiree, spouse/domestic partner, or dependent child tuition benefit, contact the Office of Human Resources at (765) 455-9368 or visit this site here.
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. Please find the billing and due dates below.