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Indiana University - OneStart





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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!

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IU Bloomington student Christine White named Truman Scholar    Christine White, an Indiana University junior from Indianapolis, has been named a 2014 Truman Scholar. This marks the third consecutive year and the fourth time in six years that an IU Bloomington student has received the prestigious award.

IU School of Public Health-Bloomington recognizes outstanding alumni    The Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington honored distinguished alumni recently, with honorees including past university department chairs, leaders in sports management and individuals who have been instrumental in policy development both domestically and abroad.

Indiana University students, graduates receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowships    More than two dozen Indiana University undergraduates, recent alumni and graduate students have been selected to receive Graduate Research Fellowships, nationally competitive awards presented by the National Science Foundation.

Complex networks researcher at IU fighting crime with mobile phone data    Emilio Ferrara, a post-doctoral researcher at Indiana University's Center for Complex Networks and Systems Research, is using network science and a connected society to fight crime.

On 'Sound Medicine': The Ebola virus, high-risk-suicide prevention, and children's health advocacy    The "Sound Medicine" program for April 20 includes segments about the Ebola outbreak in Guinea, the "gate-keeping" role of pharmacists, and insurance coverage of rehabilitation for prescription painkiller addiction.