Student bills are issued electronically through our IUP EasyPay system on or around the 28th of each month, with payment due the 20th of the following month. With our electronic billing system, students are notified through their IUP e-mail that a bill is available to view, so we recommend they check their e-mail often. Students must view their bill by logging into MyIUP and follow the link to IUP EasyPay.
Once you receive any e-mail stating your bill is available, you may log into IUP EasyPay to review your statement and pay your bill.
Methods for paying student bills are as follows:
Student accounts must be paid in full prior to registering for any future term. All outstanding balances will be due by November 20 for the fall semester and by March 20 for the spring semester.
There will be a five-day waiting period for anyone making a payment by personal check or online e-check after the semester due date.
IUP has partnered with peerTransfer to save you money on your international student payments. You can make your payment now on the Flywire webpage.
To pay in full, you can pay the entire amount as indicated under “amount due” on the billing statement.
This plan allows students to pay their semester school fees by making monthly payments. The IPP is also available during summer sessions. A one-time, per-term, nonrefundable fee is charged to cover administrative expenses. You can choose your IPP online through IUP EasyPay.
For any student not paying the full amount due on his or her billing statement and who has not signed up through the IUP EasyPay, the Office of the Bursar will assume the student has chosen the IPP and will automatically enroll them in a two-payment plan for a one time fee per term of $40. If you are paying less than the full amount because you have an approved deduction that is not listed on the billing statement, please contact Financial Aid at 724-357-2218 or the Office of the Bursar at 724-357-2207 to clarify aid concerns.
The following IPP options are available:
A late payment fee of $30 will be assessed on each monthly payment received five days after the due date, with a maximum of $120 per semester. Your financial aid cannot replace your installment payment unless it covers your IPP account in full.
If a student receives financial aid that will reduce or pay off the IPP, it is the student’s responsibility to contact the Office of the Bursar in Clark Hall and provide a copy of proof of aid.
The Bursar’s Office reserves the right to place a financial hold on any student’s account with no payments or an outstanding balance on the account. All balances need to be paid in full before the end of the semester. The financial hold prevents students from registering and requesting transcripts.
The university provides fall and spring semester bills to students approximately six weeks before the first day of classes. The first summer bill will be issued in April. Monthly statements will be available online on or around the 28th of every month, with a due date of the 20th of the following month. Students may view current activity on their accounts through IUP EasyPay 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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