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IU Bursar Pay

For parents and others who want to view and pay IU bursar bills, the IU Bursar Pay system is available.

Students can create 3rd Party User Access which is accessed on the left hand menu.

IU students access bursar information by clicking the OneStart login button above and going to the Self-Service tab.

OneStart is Indiana University's Web-based application portal that provides a common front door to online services at all IU campuses. OneStart offers easier and more direct access to the multitude of services available for students, faculty, and staff. The goal for OneStart is to create a virtual campus community -- a place to study, work, collaborate, and have fun!

Tutorials & Training

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Chrysler Group CEO Sergio Marchionne to receive honorary degree from IU Kokomo    Indiana University Kokomo will award an honorary degree to Sergio Marchionne, chairman and CEO of Chrysler Group LLC and CEO of Fiat S.p.A., during the spring commencement ceremony. Marchionne will be present to receive his diploma and will address the graduates.

IU Maurer School of Law honors outstanding teachers    Four Indiana University Maurer School of Law faculty members and one adjunct professor were honored April 14 with prestigious teaching awards from the law school.

IU faculty awarded Sustainability Course Development Fellowships    Six Sustainability Course Development Fellowships have been awarded to Indiana University Bloomington faculty by the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs, the Office of Sustainability and the Integrated Program in the Environment.

IU professor Carmines becomes president of Midwest Political Science Association    Indiana University Bloomington political scientist Edward G. Carmines has become president of the Midwest Political Science Association, the second largest political science organization in the U.S.

Experts to discuss how to disrupt 'school-to-prison pipeline' for students of color    A panel of experts on race and education will discuss the problem of the "school-to-prison pipeline" during a public event Thursday, April 17.