Paying bills can be a hassle, from remembering due dates to making sure the payment is received on time. As a result, successfully managing bills is integral to overall financial wellbeing. For those who are part of the Boise State University (BSU) community, BSU Bill Pay offers a convenient and secure way to pay bills, both personal and university-related ones. Part of the TouchNet Information Systems, Inc. suite of products, BSU Bill Pay is designed to make the process of paying bills easier and more efficient for BSU students, faculty, and staff. In this blog post, we’ll cover how to use BSU Bill Pay to get better organized with your finances.
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
Pay A Bill (eBill)
Online. Log into eBill and pay your bill online using either of the following options. eCheck. Use the account and routing numbers for a valid checking or
Who Can Pay a Bill?
Besides yourself, your family or others can pay on your Ball State University account. You can set them up as either an authorized payer or a guest payer.
Financial aid refunds begin being released the Friday prior to the start of the term. Sign up for direct deposit of refunds at bsu.edu/directdeposit. How to Pay a Bill
Every time a bill is available for viewing, you will be notified by email. (You will not receive a paper bill. ). We encourage you to pay online via Due Date because there may be mail delivery delays.
The following methods of payment are available to students, authorized payers, and visitors to pay their bills.
You can use one of the following methods to log into eBill and pay your bill online.
To open a legitimate checking or savings account, use the account and routing numbers.
Sign in to eBill to pay your bill with a credit card. We only accept card payments online, not in person. The payment will include an additional 2. 75 percent convenience fee.
Mail a check to the following address. Please be sure to include the student ID number.
2000 W. University Ave. Muncie, Indiana 47306-0725 Office of Student Financial Services Lucina Hall, Room B34
Any of the following can be used to pay your bill in person:
Please bring your payment to:
Students and Authorized Payers have two payment options each month.
Ball State University’s overpayment policy states that it will not accept payments on student accounts that are in excess of the amount owed for the current semester. To prevent payment delays, please only pay the amount owed on your student account.
Authorized payers and guest payers can access an eBill in addition to students. Learn more. You settle the entire balance owed by the eBill’s due date.
This payment includes:
- tuition and fees
- room and board (or University Apartment rent)
- any other miscellaneous charges
Authorized payers and guest payers can access an eBill in addition to students. Learn more.
You can make a minimum payment by the eBill’s due date. No sign up is required. Enter your login information, choose “Make a Payment,” and send at least the “Minimum Payment Due” indicated on the statement.
Only available in the fall and spring semesters, you may make up to four payments per semester.
A $20 fee will be assessed if the minimum payment isn’t made by the deadline. 00 late fee.
Apartment rent and charges from a previous term or semester are fully due and are included in the “Minimum Payment Due” on your eBill.
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spring Semester Payment Plan Schedule Due Minimum Payment Calculation Jan. 1 25% Feb. 1 33. 5% March 1 50% April 1 100% .
Please refer to our specific instructions if you are paying your eBill with a 529 Plan. Learn more.
To offer a simpler, more affordable alternative to wire transfers, we have partnered with Convera, formerly Western Union Business Solutions. Learn more.
The “Anticipated Awards” section of your Billing Statement will be posting to your account. Only activity that has posted to your account since the last time an eBill was created is displayed in the “Current Activity Detail” section of eBills. If you’ve met all the requirements and qualify for the aid, the two will match up when Financial Aid applies to your account. As soon as the aid is applied for, you will see it in Current Activity Detail and Student Financial Services will also be able to see it. The only information Student Financial Services can access is what you can see in your eBill account.
Download our most recent fee schedules for undergraduates or graduates if you have questions about any charges that appear on your eBill.
Numerous activities for students on campus are supported by the student services fee. It includes the L. A. Students can go to the Pittenger Student Center and its programs, as well as sporting events, events at Emens Auditorium, and other performance spaces. Additionally, it assists with student organizations, leisure pursuits, and debt repayment for specific student facilities.
Each enrolled student at the university is required to pay the health center fee. The fee helps to maintain the Health Center’s operations and provides students with free access to healthcare.
Prescriptions, lab work/testing, medical equipment, and other services are not included in the health center fee.
The health center’s operating costs are covered by the admission fee. The university community’s health and wellbeing benefit when all students have access to the health center.
All students enrolled in at least one main campus course are charged a recreation center fee to use the facility. The charge helps to fund the Jo Ann Gora Student Recreation and Wellness Center’s operations. Please note that BSU Fit classes, intramural sports, and Outdoor Pursuit excursions are not covered by the recreation fee.
Unless you are registered for a course on the main campus and have paid the health center and/or recreation center fees, you are not permitted to use either facility.
By visiting the Health Center, the Office of Student Financial Services, or sending an email to the Student Financial Services, you can ask for the fee to be added to your bursar account if you haven’t already been charged but still want access to the Health Center through the end of the Add/Drop period. Visit Recreation Services to gain access to the Student Recreation and Wellness Complex.
The university must pay the technology fee in order to run and maintain its sophisticated technological infrastructure. The fee pays for networks, software, computer labs, wireless networks, Self-Service Banner (SSB), eBill, Outlook, and other software systems. Students can purchase software for less or not at all thanks to the fee.
The technology fee, which supports programs like Self-Service Banner (SSB), eBill, Outlook, Canvas, and others that you can access while you are a student teacher just as you would if you were on campus, is a requirement for all students.
Each online course must pay the online fee, which is a mandatory per-credit fee, to support the Division of Online and Strategic Learning (DOSL), a unit devoted to the best possible online teaching and learning. In a commitment to lifelong learning, DOSL serves students as their advocates in the learning process and supports faculty in promoting and delivering the highest possible educational experience.
A digital version of a textbook and other educational resources is referred to as an electronic textbook. Additionally, workbooks, tutorials, videos, simulations, and interactive software may be included in electronic textbooks.
Access to these resources is made possible by the electronic textbook fee, which is not refundable.
The campus shuttle system’s operating expenses, including bus maintenance, driver compensation, fuel costs, and insurance, are covered by the transportation fee. Only main campus students who don’t live in a university residence hall or university apartment are charged the transportation fee. Students in both undergraduate and graduate programs may be charged this fee.
Only students enrolled in particular academic programs or courses with higher costs than others will be subject to the additional course fee of $15 per credit hour, which more closely balances revenue with costs related to these particular academic programs or courses.
There is a fee for each program offered, whether orientation is in person or online. The matriculation fee also supports additional services for new students.
The matriculation fee supports a number of initiatives. In order to build community among incoming students in a virtual setting and ease the transition to campus, student orientation leaders are hired to offer advice and support to our incoming students through a special engagement software system. The fee covers all Welcome Week events that take place before and during the first week of classes, as well as the printing and mailing of the orientation handbooks.
All graduate students enrolled in the Business Essentials certificate program or the MBA degree program must pay the MBA/business essentials fee. For students taking more than six hours, this fee is assessed at a rate of $1,000 per semester; for students taking six hours or fewer, this fee is assessed at a rate of $500 per semester.
Every online course must pay the online fee, which supports the Division of Online Strategic Learning (DOSL), an organization committed to excellence and education. In a commitment to lifelong learning, DOSL serves students as their advocates in the learning process and supports faculty in promoting and delivering the highest possible educational experience.
No, the MBA/business essentials fee is not covered by the graduate assistantship fee waiver. A portion of your tuition, the non-resident fee, and the student services fee are all exempt from the fee remission. Grad assistants are responsible for paying the remaining tuition as well as any program, course, or lab fees, the technology fee, the recreation center fee, the health center fee, and the electronic textbook fee.