Some IU offices allow you to charge the costs for their services or products to your student account. For example, you can charge the following:
- Parking permits
- Athletics tickets
- Auditorium tickets
- Additional meal points
- Health Center visits
- Optometry Clinic visits
If you charge these to your student account, you’re billed just as you are for tuition, housing, and other fees.
Do you have unpaid fines?
Some fees, such as parking fines or library fines, will be charged to your student account if you do not pay them directly to the department issuing the fine.
When you register
During registration, you’ll have the option to buy items such as athletics tickets and a yearbook. You can also make donations to groups such as the American Red Cross, IU Dance Marathon, and the Sexual Assault Prevention Fund.
After registration, you can change your selections through One.IU. You can make changes until the Friday before the first day of classes.
See available options
Get your CrimsonCard account started
One of the options you’ll see when you register is the Registration Deposit. This lets you make a deposit of $250, $500, or select both options for a total of $750 into your CrimsonCard account before the start of the semester so you’ll have funds to buy textbooks, course materials, and other items. You can use your Registration Deposit funds anywhere CrimsonCard is accepted.
Your Registration Deposit will be billed to your student account, where you can pay it with financial aid, scholarships, grants, or any other accepted payment method. (Note that to pay with financial aid, you’ll need to sign a Title IV authorization.)
Learn more about your CrimsonCard