The Office of Bursar and Loan Administration is responsible for the billing, collecting, and depositing of all money owed to and/or collected by Ball State University, in addition to setting up and maintaining Cardinal Cash accounts. We also prepare the federal tax form 1098-T. The Bursar's office enforces Proxy permissions for parents and others seeking specific information regarding student accounts.
Tuition Rates have been set for the 2017-2018 academic year: Tuition Rates
ATTENTION! NEW COURSE FEES
Effective Fall 2017 - $15 per credit hour - College of Health, Construction Management, Interior Design
You may receive a phone call regarding upcoming Important Dates for Fall term:
"Fall bills will be online 8/12/17, due 9/1/17. To avoid any delays in the financial aid refunds that will be issued beginning 8/18/17, be sure you have completed all outstanding requirements and sign up for direct deposit by 8/11 at www.bsu.edu/accountingoffice. If you cannot pay the full balance by the due date, a Deferment option is available which allows you to make up to four monthly payments. For more info, go to www.bsu.edu/bursar/payments/paymentoptions."
Planning to call Bursar? Be sure your student has granted proxy access for you so that we can answer your questions.Learn more.
Students can add their parents and others as Authorized Payers through their eBill account.Learn more.
Information on paying your Apartment Rent charges
Please access the eBill site for instructions on how students, authorized payers, or guest payers can make payments, as well as instructions for students to add an authorized payer to their account.
In order to comply with regulations that protect the students' identity, Bursar and Loan Administration will require students to grant access to parents (or others) through a new privacy system in order for us to discuss the student's financial information.