Students will receive an email notification at their university-assigned email account when their online bill is ready. Registered students will not receive paper bills by mail.
IU Kokomo is committed to providing students and their families a range of options for paying their educational expenses including e-check, check, cash, GlobalPAY and credit card. IU Kokomo also offers Deferment Plans for all terms.
E-check payment option is available by going to one.iu.edu. Once you log in, in the search bar you type "View/Pay Bursar Bill" this will bring up your current statement. From there you can choose your method of payment and submit your payment.
Search for "View/Pay Bursar Bill" in one.iu.edu Select "print payment receipt". If your employer needs a more detailed description of fees paid, please stop in the Bursar Office so we can provide the information.
It means you could have overdue fees which will stop future registrations, deny requests for transcripts and other university services. Contact the Office of the Bursar to discuss your financial situation.
Federal Aid (i.e. Pell Grant, Perkins Loan, Stafford and Parent PLUS loans) can only be used for educational expenses per Federal Regulations. If you would like these funds used to pay for non-educational expenses in future semesters (i.e. parking permit), you should complete the Title IV. Once authorized, the waiver is active as long as you are enrolled at IU Kokomo.
Any student who pays for their tuition and fees by any other means than Loans, Grants or Vouchers, should receive a 1098-T. This form can be received electronically for your convenience. For further questions you may contact the University Controller (Bloomington).
"Anticipated Aid" means that your financial aid is being used to reduce the total due on your bill. Federal law prevents universities from awarding federal aid to accounts any earlier than 10 days prior to the start of the student's classes. Aid will be disbursed to the student account before refunds are issued.
Students may sign up for Direct Deposit by following the instructions to input their banking information. Any expected refund will automatically be deposited to the checking or savings account designated. Prepaid accounts (Ex. GreenDot, Visa, Master Card, Chase, American Express, Netspend, Vanilla, etc.) cannot be used although many times they have routing and account numbers. This will continue each term until the student cancels their Direct Deposit. Students will receive refunds in 3-5 business days compared to 7-10 days for paper check refunds.
To check the status of your refund or a balance due, go to View Account/Pay Bursar Bill in one.iu.edu. You may also contact the Office of the Bursar in person if you present proper identification.
You may request a stop payment on your refund check online. This request cannot be processed prior to 21 days after the date of refund on your student account. There is a $25 replacement check charge unless you sign up for direct deposit prior to making the request.
Due to FERPA policies, such information cannot be given to parents unless authorized by the student. Students can give parents 3rd Party Access so both the student and the parent receive an e-bill. When a student gives a parent 3rd Party Access, the parent will be given their own access to the student's account to see certain things such as bills.
If you do not see these expected items, contact the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid
To successfully select the optional parking permit, TWO steps must be completed on the selection page when your initial registration takes place. Missing one step will not complete the selection process. You may still receive a permit by contacting parking services. The charge is the same either way.
You will receive a bill for all classes if you do not drop your classes. Nonattendance does not drop you from any class. Please refer to the Registration Agreement. This was agreed upon before registration could be done. In the event you drop a class after the semester has started please contact Financial Aid as you may owe a portion of your refund back to the university.