Making Your Tuition Deposit

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

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

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

    Tuition Deposit Payment Options

    Credit Card or Electronic Check

    In EasyPay, you can pay with a credit card or electronic check. You'll access EasyPay through MyIUP.

    If you haven’t already, set up your MyIUP account (instructions are below). We included the information you need to log in to MyIUP with your acceptance letter. 

    Once your account is active, follow the step-by-step instructions (or watch the video) on how to pay your deposit in EasyPay.

    Check or Money Order

    If you wish to send a check or money order by mail, please make it payable to IUP. 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, Floor 1
    1090 South Drive
    Indiana, PA 15705-1038

    Please remember that the tuition deposit is non-refundable.

    The deposit is a down payment applied to your tuition balance for your first semester. Any instant savings or waived deposits are deferred to the first semester bill. 

  • Step-by-Step Directions

    Submit Your Tuition Deposit

    You'll need your MyIUP login information to complete your deposit payment.  If you haven't already, follow the instructions below to set up your account.

    Once your account is active, proceed with the following steps to pay your deposit.

    1. On this (Making Your Tuition Deposit) page, click the Make Tuition Deposit button, above.

    2. On the IUP Web Single Sign-on Login page, enter your username and password.
      Note: You're now logged into MyIUP, the student portal.

      1. Locate the Make Your Deposit section.
        Note: If you are on a mobile device or have a narrow screen, you may need to scroll down to find it.

        1. Click the Make your Deposit link.

        2. Read the Important Information Concerning Bill Payments.

        3. Click the IUP-EasyPay button to proceed.

        4. Once in EasyPay, click Select a Term to expand the dropdown, and choose Fall 2019.

        5. Click Select.

        6. Click Select a Deposit to expand the dropdown, and choose Undergraduate Tuition Deposit.

        7. Click Select to continue. Review the information to make sure that it is correct.

        8. Click Continue to advance to the payment section.
        9. Click the Select Method to expand the dropdown and choose your payment method.

        10. Choose your payment method and complete the payment section.

        MyIUP Account Set Up

        • Go to www.iup.edu/MyIUPsetup.

        • Under First Time Set Up, click Admitted Students.

        • Enter your University ID (beginning with the @ sign) or your birth date and your personal e-mail address used when applying to verify your account.

        • Once you are verified, you will receive your IUP username and set your password to access MyIUP.

      2. Changing Majors?

        If you would like to change your major, please submit the “Major Change Request” form.

        You may wish to make the request before you submit your deposit to make sure that you meet requirements for the possible change.

        * 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.