Ball State uses an online payment system known as eBill. You can even allow family members to view or pay your bills by adding authorized payers at my.bsu.edu.
If you have any questions about payments, contact the Bursar’s Office.
Many students choose to pay their tuition via our installment plan.
Many companies and organizations provide tuition reimbursement as one of their employee benefits. Check with your employer if you are not sure if you are not sure about your workplace. If your workplace provides this benefit, learn more about how to provide documentation to your employer.
Your tuition is due when billed by the Bursar’s Office. Ball State does not send paper bills. An e-mail notification is sent to your Ball State e-mail account when your bill is ready to be viewed.
Learn about our late fee policies.
If you need to drop or withdraw, you may be eligible for a refund. Refunds vary depending if you need a:
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