What if there is an outstanding balance?

When a student has a balance at the end of the term, an Accounts Receivable (AR) hold will appear on the account. You will not be able to register for classes until the hold is cleared.

The hold will also prevent you from being able to drop a class. If you need to drop a course while you have an active AR hold, please contact your campus Bursar/Business Office for assistance. Business Office contact information can be found at www.ivytech.edu/business-office.

Once the balance has been paid in full, the AR hold will typically be cleared within 3 business days. If it has been more than three business days and the hold has not been cleared, please contact your campus Business/Bursar Office. Business Office contact information can be found at www.ivytech.edu/business-officePlease note that if you are enrolled in a payment plan for a past due balance (e.g. you owe for a prior term), the AR hold will not be removed until you have paid the balance in full.

If the student account becomes more than sixty days past due, the account will be placed into a pre-collect status. If payment is not made within 30 days of the account being in a pre-collect status and is 90 days delinquent, the account will be sent to collections.

For instruction on how to view holds in MyIvy, please see Why do I have a hold? How do I get my hold removed? What services does my hold affect?


Contact information for collection agencies:

Payment Options

Ivy Tech provides numerous ways for you to pay your bill. Whether you need to set up a payment plan or you're ready to pay your bill in full, you'll find the best option for your needs below.

Paying Your Bill in Full

Payments can be made in the following ways:

  • Online through MyIvy
    • Login to MyIvy
    • Select "My Account Balance"
    • Click "Make Payment" button
  • In person at your local Bursar or Business office; after hours drop boxes are available at most campuses
  • By mail; mail payments to your local Bursar/Business office. Please select your campus from the below list for address information.
  • Parents or others with granted access can visit IvyPay to make payments on your behalf

Please visit the payment options page for more details. 

  • The Office of General Counsel negotiates, drafts, reviews business and internal documents on behalf of the College and oversees the tax intercept appeals process. The Counsel reviews the College's major procurement contracts, affiliation agreements, employment agreements, leases and conveyances. The Office also prepares and comments on academic and administrative policies, documents and procedures.