Sponsored Student Information

Information for sponsored students

Are your fees being paid for by an agency outside of Indiana University? Here are some things to keep in mind.

Know your rights

Keep in mind that when we receive a voucher from your sponsor, you’re authorizing the release of any student records that are required for us to invoice your sponsor. You may be asked to provide an authorization for release of confidential information.

Learn more about your rights and privacy

Make sure your sponsor pays

Be sure to monitor your university email. A credit on your bursar account does not mean your sponsor has paid. If your sponsor fails to pay by the due date on a bill, you may face a past due balance on your account. It’s your responsibility to prevent late fees from accruing on your account. Contact the Office of the Bursar to discuss payment options if your sponsor hasn’t paid by the due date.

Get what you need for tuition reimbursement

If you’re receiving tuition reimbursement from your employer, you may need to provide a term summary and class schedule to your employer so they can determine your cost per class.