Payment Options

You can pay your bill online via credit or debit card, or via electronic check (e-check). (Note that you’ll be charged a convenience fee if you use your credit or debit card, but not if you pay by e-check.)

If you’d like to let a parent or other person have access to pay your bursar bill, you’ll need to grant them third-party access. Remember that you are ultimately responsible for the timely payment of your bill.

Payments are processed through a secure payment system. IU Fort Wayne staff do not have access to your confidential banking information.

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IU partners with NelNet Campus Commerce to let you pay your balance over time with a payment plan. This option allows you to pay off your account in up to four payments over the term, depending on when you enroll in the payment plan. 

If you cannot pay all at once, you can use payment plans to budget your payments into smaller installments throughout the term. Here is what you need to know: 

  • A student or 3rd Party User can enroll in the payment plan each term. 
  • Account balance must be greater than $500 to be eligible
  • When you enroll, you'll pay the down payment fee plus the enrollment fee of $60.00
  • Accepted payment methods are bank accounts or credit or debit cards
  • Scheduled payments will automatically be deducted using your payment method on the 5th of each month of the payment plan. 
  • You will keep your student account in good standing while on an active payment plan-this means no holds and no late fees. 
  • Accounts will be subject to late fees if not enrolled in a payment plan prior to the regular due date (the 10th of each month). 
  • To enroll, visit, and search for "View/Pay Bursar Bill." Open the app, and click "Create or View A Payment Plan"

Spring payment plan schedule 

  • January 25, 2024

  • February 23, 2024

  • March 10, 2024

If you’re an international student, you can pay in your own currency by using  Flywire, PayMyTuition, or Convera. The exchange rate is competitive and there’s no transaction fee for IUPUI students (though your bank may charge a fee). Both services are more convenient and cost less than wires directly from your bank to IU.

Make sure you follow all directions for whichever 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 with plenty of time before your bill is due.

International Students are automatically charged for medical insurance but may request a waiver through the IUPUI Office of International Affairs.

Pay your bill with Flywire 

Pay your bill with PayMyTuition

Pay your bill with Convera

If you’re a sponsored student, an agency outside the university is paying your student fees. This can be an employer, government agency, vocational rehabilitation, military branch, foreign government, trust, or other funding source.

Learn more about sponsor payments

A 529 plan, also called a qualified tuition program, is designed to help families set aside money for college. Every state and many financial and educational institutions have 529 plans.

Learn more about 529 plans

Indiana’s CollegeChoice 529 plan

If you are an account owner for a CollegeChoice 529 plan, you have four options for making a payment:

The first three options allow your payment to be made to you as the account owner, to the beneficiary, or to the school. The fourth option allows payment to the account owner only, unless a prior payment has been made to the school.

Once you’ve made a request, it takes approximately 15 days to receive the check, so plan accordingly. Make sure the student’s name and 10-digit university ID number are included in the memo section of the check. Mail checks to: 

IU Fort Wayne Payment Center
PO Box 6020
Indianapolis, IN 46206-6020

Other 529 plans

Payments from 529 plans other than Indiana’s CollegeChoice, Ohio’s CollegeAdvantage, and the Kentucky Education Savings Plan Trust require specific information from IU Fort Wayne. Please contact your plan’s administrator for additional information.

If you want to mail your payment, you must print a copy of your bill and mail it along with your check or money order to the IU Fort Wayne Payment Center:

IU Fort Wayne Payment Center
PO Box 6020
Indianapolis, IN 46206-6020

Make your check or money order payable to Indiana University. Checks and money orders must be payable in U.S. dollars and drawn on a U.S. bank.

Postdated checks, counter checks, and two-party checks (those made payable to a person, company, or institution other than Indiana University) are not accepted. Additionally, personal business checks may be returned if the account indicates to send guaranteed funds.

Any credit balance from a check payment will not be refunded until 21 calendar days from the date the payment posts to your bursar account.

At this time, Student Central is accepting in person payments but highly recommend using the other virtual payment options for the foreseeable future. 

All payments must be in U.S. currency.

Make in-person payments at the Student Central office during regular business hours.

Checks presented in person with our representatives at Student Central may be converted into an electronic payment format.

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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 IU Fort Wayne.

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 deferment amount 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