Payment INSTRUCTIONS

 

Account Payment Information

August 27, 2014

 

Your electronic bill for Fall 2014 is available for viewing on the ISU Student Account Suite and reflects your current account balance.  If you have recently made payment of the amount due, please disregard this notice.  The Office of the Controller must receive the full amount by September 16, 2014, or you will be subject to a Variable Payment Plan Fee.  The postmark date will not be considered as the date received.

If you academic fees are to be billed to a second party (e.g., an embassy, ROTC, Vocational Rehabilitation, etc.), you must pay all charges not authorized by the second party no later than the date reflected on the Statement of Account.

For your convenience, you may make payment by VISA or MasterCard by calling (812) 237-3511 between the hours of 8:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Monday through Friday.  Payments can also be made via the web at: www.indstate.edu/payisu by utilizing VISA, MasterCard, or electronic check.  Payment may also be made in person by visiting the Office of the Controller, Account Analyst Area, or by mail. Payments, inclusive of student name and ID number, should be mailed to: Indiana State University, Office of the Controller - Account Analysts, Parsons Hall 100, Terre Haute, IN 47809.  If you mail your payment, please note that the deadlines listed in association with the various payment plan options refer to the dates by which payment must be received in the Office of the Controller.  Postmark dates will not be used in determining the date received. Also, for your convenience, a payment drop box is located on the north side of Parsons Hall.   Should you choose to pay by mail or the payment drop box, please write your student ID number on your check. For additional information, call the Office of the Controller, (812) 237-3511, or e-mail: PaymentPlan@indstate.edu.

If you have been awarded a Perkins Loan, you must go to the Account Analyst Area, Room P100 in Parsons Hall, to sign a promissory note before the Perkins Loan can be applied to your account.  If you have questions about your financial assistance for the Fall 2014 semester, call the Office of Student Financial Aid at (812) 237-2215 or e-mail: ISU-finaid@indstate.edu.   

If you are not attending the classes for which you have registered, you must request an official withdrawal in writing as outlined in the Academics, Withdrawal link, which can be accessed on-line at:  http://www.indstate.edu/express/withdrawal.htm.

If you have questions about your fees or fee payment options, please contact our Account Analysts at (812) 237-3511, or e-mail PaymentPlan@indstate.edu. If you have questions about your financial aid for the Fall Semester, call the Office of Student Financial Aid at (812) 237-2215, or e-mail:  ISU-finaid@mail.indstate.edu.  You may also access your account via the web at: http://myisu.indstate.edu

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

You may also grant access to authorized users (e.g., parents, grandparents, etc.) for payment authorization within ISU's payment site.  Once you provide the user account access, individuals may sign into the authorized payer area, view your account balance, and begin making payments.  Please visit www.indstate.edu/payisu and select the "authorized users" tab after logging in if you wish to grant an authorization.  Authorized users access is different than Web4Parent access.

Direct deposit of student refunds is available.  You can get your refunds faster.  Sign up today.  Information is available at http://www.indstate.edu/express/refunds.htm.

 

The University Board of Trustees reserves the right to change fees at any time in the future. The right to correct errors is also reserved.