Your total cost of attendance includes allowances for the costs on your bill in addition to extra expenses such as books and transportation. Below, you'll find some helpful information on your costs, your bill, and how financial aid appears on your bill.
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IUP’s School Code is 003277.
Your cost of attendance (COA), also known as the cost of education or budget, is the total average amount it will cost you to attend IUP in an academic year.
Your billing statement includes direct charges billed to you by IUP—such as tuition and fees, room (if student is living on campus), and a meal plan (if purchased, which is required for on-campus students).
Books and supplies, transportation, and personal and incidental expenses are not included on the bill, but are expenses that most students will incur.
*Room and board estimates are based on a two-person shared semi-suite and the most popular meal plan (14 meals/week and $300 Flex). Prices vary for other room types and meal plans. For more information on housing and dining costs, see the Office of Housing, Residential Living, and Dining website.
More information on tuition and fees by program is offered by the Bursar’s Office.
Before each semester, you will receive an email to your IUP email account indicating that your bill is available to review. You can view your bill on MyIUP under EasyPay. On that bill, the Bursar’s Office automatically deducts your financial aid from your IUP charges, such as tuition and housing. The following financial aid programs can be
deducted from your bill:
Aid that is not administered by the Financial Aid Office and late awards are not deducted from your bill.
Federal and state financial aid funds are disbursed to student accounts by the Bursar’s Office once the drop/add period for each term ends or once a student has successfully completed all outstanding financial aid requirements (whichever is later).
Funds are generally awarded and paid to student accounts in two equal disbursements split between the fall and spring terms (unless otherwise noted in your offer). Students whose financial aid has been finalized can obtain refunds at the beginning of
the fall and spring semesters.
If you are expecting a financial aid refund, you can contact the Bursar’s Office for more information.
An Installment Payment Plan is available to assist you with the charges on your bill. Information on it is included with your IUP bill, which is emailed to you.
For more information on the payment plan or your bill, contact the Bursar’s Office.