Beginning with 2013 Indiana University has implemented a change in 1098-T reporting. Because it is not required by the IRS, Indiana University will no longer report on students whose scholarships & grants exceed their eligible educational expenses. For other eligible students, electronic 1098-T forms were made available through student's OneStart accounts on 1.10.14. Paper forms, for students who did not consent to receive the form electronically, were mailed to the Student Home address of record beginning 1.24.14.
Beginning 10.31.13 QuikPAY will be replaced with IU Bursar Pay. Students will access "View/Pay Bursar Bill" through OneStart in the same manner as before. QuikPAY will not be available for view/print after 11.15.2013. Therefore if you are in need of printing previous bills, this would need to be done before 11.15.13. Students with Authorized Payers in QuikPAY will need to grant 3rd Party Access in Onestart in order to maintain Authorized Payers on your account. For more information on 3rd Party Access see http://kb.iu.edu/data/auoz.html
Welcome to IU South Bend's Office of the Bursar web site. The Office of the Bursar, located in the Administration Building, is responsible for the timely dissemination of accurate information relating to a student's bursar account. We interact daily with students, parents, faculty, staff, and administrators as well as with outside agencies. It is our goal to provide outstanding customer service while maintaining a high level of integrity, honesty and professional ethics.
The Office of the Bursar also acts as a clearing house for student charges and credits, in addition to processing payments, credits, charges and refunds. This office monitors student accounts and generates monthly electronic bills (e-bills).
Attention New IU South Bend Students
IU South Bend must comply with federal regulations for disbursement of Title IV financial aid (Stafford Loan, Pell Grant, Perkins Loan, Graduate PLUS Loan, Parent PLUS Loan, etc.). Without a signed Authorization, Title IV aid can be applied only to certain charges(tuition, mandatory fee, course-related fees, program fees, contracted housing charge). With a signed Authorization, Title IV aid can be applied to all IU charges (Health Center charges, parking permits, library fines, optional fees, etc). Even with a signed Authorization, current academic year (fall and spring terms) Title IV aid cannot pay more than $200 of any prior year charges.
If you wish to sign an Authorization and ensure the most inclusive use of your federal aid, you may do so on OneStart Self-Service by following these steps:
- Go to OneStart and login
- Go to: Services & Information, Financial > Student Authorizations> Grant Authorizations > South Bend Campus - Title IV Authorization
- Read the Authorization
- Select Next.
- Click on the box stating you have read the Authorization.
- Click Submit
Even if you have no Title IV aid for Spring 2014, we encourage you to review the Authorization and consider signing it now. You might need Title IV aid for the future semester and if you do, you will already have the Authorization in place - once you sign it, it stays in effect for your IU South Bend career unless you revoke it.
If you have a balance which becomes past due, it is subject to a monthly late fee and it may prevent you from registering for a future term until the balance is paid. In addition, your ability to obtain a transcript, verification of enrollment, or diploma is restricted while your account is encumbered. Please remember to check your monthly e-bill in OneStart and pay any balance owed by the due date to prevent late fees from accruing and your IU services being stopped.