Making Your Deposit

  • We are excited that you are ready to join us here at IUP!

    Your tuition deposit demonstrates your intent to enroll at IUP and must be submitted no later than May 1* to guarantee your place in the class and in on-campus housing.

    You access the EasyPay system through your MyIUP account using your personal e-mail on file and the password you created when you activated your account. We included the information you need to log in to MyIUP and submit your tuition deposit with your acceptance letter. If you haven’t already, you need to activate your account and log into MyIUP in order to submit your tuition deposit.

    In EasyPay, you can pay with a credit card or electronic check. 

    If you wish to submit a check or money order by mail, please make it payable to IUP, and include the student’s name, Banner ID (if available) or birth date, and indicate that this is for the tuition deposit.  Please mail to Office of the Bursar, Clark Hall, 1090 South Drive Floor 1, Indiana, Pa. 15705-1038.

    If you would like to change your major, please submit this form. You may wish to make the request before submitting your deposit to make sure that you meet requirements for the possible change.

    Please remember that the tuition deposit is non-refundable.

    *IUP will accommodate students who submit the deposit after May 1 as space permits. Any student who is admitted on or after May 1 is asked to submit the deposit as soon as possible. We encourage students to submit the deposit as soon as they are ready to confirm enrollment to provide the maximum number of housing and orientation options.

  • To pay your deposit, you’ll need your personal e-mail address on file and your password.

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    “What do I love about IUP? Everything. I absolutely love the prelaw program. My professors are always available for my questions. The campus is beautiful. I'm 100 percent happy here.”

    Alexandra Hilditch, Class of 2014; history prelaw major; Cook Honors College student