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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 graduate student sustainability research grants available    Applications are due by Monday, May 5, for the Sustainability Research Development Grant program, which provides opportunities for Indiana University Bloomington graduate students to develop new research programs related to sustainability.

Ciccarelli appointed dean of Hutton Honors College at IU Bloomington    Andrea Ciccarelli has been named dean of the Hutton Honors College at Indiana University Bloomington. He is professor of Italian and chair of the Department of French and Italian in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Little 500 riders, fans to wear custom bandages to show support for injured rider    The Indiana University Student Foundation has organized a special tribute to show support for injured Little 500 rider Lauren Gill during the race this weekend.

IU Kelley School of Business' Leading Index for Indiana was unchanged in April    The Leading Index for Indiana was unchanged in April from its revised reading of 101.1 a month earlier, suggesting ambivalence about the state's economy.

Education Alliance to release report on student success, announce inaugural Education Weekend    The Central Indiana Education Alliance will release its fourth annual Community Report next week, which indicates that strong community support fosters the success of young residents in Marion County from cradle to career.