Here are some frequently asked questions about electronic billing and online payments:
How will I receive my billing statement?
How can I pay my bill?
You have four options:
What if I am having trouble entering PayPath?
Check to see if you have your popups enabled. If not, those need to be enabled in order for you to access PayPath.
How can parents/authorized users log in to view and pay the bill?
Students must set up an authorized user in the IUP EasyPay system. Students log in to the IUP EasyPay website via MyIUP and select “Authorize User” on the navigation bar. IUP EasyPay can also be accessed using the Student Account site.
It is highly recommended that students select parents as authorized users, rather than allowing parents to log in with the student ID and password. Only as an authorized user will parents receive a notification e-mail that a new bill/statement is available.
Each billing cycle, the student and other authorized payers will receive an e-mail notifying them that a bill/statement is available.
Will I have an option for an installment payment plan?
IUP will still offer a three-payment or two-payment installment plan for the Fall and Spring semesters and only a two-payment for the Summer session. There is a one-time per semester $40 installment payment fee.
How often can I view my account?
Students are encouraged to view their daily activity on their accounts regularly. Access is available 24/7.
How will I receive my refunds?
You will be able to see when your refund is processed under your account detail. It is recommended that students complete the online form on MyIUP to receive their refunds through direct deposit. Refunds may be deposited directly into a checking or savings account. Direct deposits will be processed twice a week for quick access to student refunds. You can also have your refunded deposited into a savings account.
Direct deposits protect against theft, are confidential, and prevent time delays from lost checks. No more waiting for the mail!
If there are special circumstances that prevent you from enrolling in direct deposits, a check can be issued, but will only be processed on a bi-weekly basis.
Whom do I contact for more information?
If you have questions, you may visit the Office of the Bursar’s website or call 724-357-2207.
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