Payments from 529 plans for eBill balances are accepted by paper
check from parents, students, and plan administrators. Payments must
provide the student's name and Ball State ID number. Please contact your plan administrator
to learn more about accessing your funds for payment of bursar charges.
Occasionally, payments from your 529 plan may not be received by
the due date. In this situation, you are
responsible for knowing what payment amount your 529 plan covers. You will need to remit the balance by the due
date, or enroll in the Installment Payment Plan and remit the first installment
payment by the due date.
Any resulting credit balance can be refunded.
The following 529 plans require Ball State to bill the state after
the Add/Drop period has passed:
For more information, please contact your 529 plan
The following is the university's Cost of Attendance for an Indiana Resident during the 2013-14 academic year:
Cost of Attendance 13-14
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