Making Your Tuition Deposit

  • You’re ready to make it official and commit to IUP. We’re so excited you’re joining us! Welcome to the IUP family.

    Reserve Your Place at IUP

    To guarantee your place in the incoming class and in on-campus housing, you’ll need to pay your tuition deposit of $150 by June 1. Of course, the earlier, the better—move fast to get your first choice of housing options and orientation dates!

    You can pay your deposit online through our EasyPay system or by mail. Either way, it is applied to your tuition, and your life as a college student begins.

    How to Make Your Deposit Online

  • If you want to make your non-refundable deposit online through EasyPay, make sure you have set up your MyIUP portal. Then, click the Make Tuition Deposit button and open the step-by-step directions below (perhaps in a second tab). You can pay online with an electronic check (without a fee) or with a credit card (with a fee).

  • Please allow 24–48 hours after the next business day for your deposit to be processed and for your MyIUP portal to be updated with your next steps (including signing up for housing). If you have questions about EasyPay, contact the Bursar’s office at 724-357-2207 or

  • How to Make Your Deposit by Mail

    If you wish to send a check or money order by mail for your nonrefundable deposit, please make it payable to IUP. Include the student’s name, Banner ID (if available) or birth date, and indicate that it is for the tuition deposit. Please mail it to:

    Office of the Bursar
    Clark Hall, Floor 1
    1090 South Drive
    Indiana, PA 15705-1038

    Please be aware that it may take a week or more to process any deposits that have been mailed due to staff working remotely at this time. To expedite processing, please use your MyIUP account to submit the deposit by credit card or e-check.

  • Diamond Madison

    “I am incredibly happy to be a student at IUP. There are numerous opportunities and amazing faculty and staff who make me feel welcome and assist me in any way that they can.”

    Diamond Madison ’19, was a Biochemistry major, Forensic Biosciences minor, interned in the Allegheny County Medical Examiner's Office (read her story), and worked on research with an IUP professor.