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All students have a finance hold on their account that will prevent them from registering for classes until their balance due is settled. Please refer to the payment instructions below to have your finance hold lifted.

   How do I pay the balance due for my INTO OSU account?

Settling your balance is easy with our fast and secure online payment platform, INTOPay. You can access INTOPay by selecting this link or by entering in your preferred internet browser. You will be asked for your date of birth and application ID (starts with "IN:") to access your account. We accept payments made by debit card, credit card, or bank transfer.

Please send a record of your payment to [email protected] to ensure holds and balances are updated.


For Sponsored students: 

Please bring your Official Financial Guarantee to the INTO OSU Welcome Desk, OIS Front Desk, or send a copy to [email protected].

Please note you will need to pay any fees that are not covered under your sponsorship.

The deadline to receive your Official Financial Guarantee is 2 weeks after your program start date.

What accounts do I have while receiving INTO OSU services?

Each student has TWO financial accounts:

  • an INTO OSU account

    • This is where you will be billed for tuition and housing
  • an OSU student account

    • This is where you will be billed for health insurance and incidentals such as printing fees and activity fees.

Make sure you pay all balances DUE on both accounts

  How do I pay the balance due for my OSU student account?

There are several ways to pay your OSU student account

  1. Pay with cash or check at the Cashier’s Office in Kerr Administration Building
  2. You can pay online
    1. Go to OSU Online Services
    2. Enter your ONID username and password
    3. Select Student Account
    4. Select Make Credit Card Payment
    5. Enter Credit Card information and click Submit
      • Note that a 1% fee will be charged to your payment if using a credit card. For example, if a $1,000 payment on a student's account is made by credit card, a $10 fee will be applied