Bursar Bill Pay
Please pay your bill in full by the 21st of each month to avoid additional service charges and end of semester late penalty. Unpaid balances may be subject to holds which will prohibit you from registering for classes and getting transcripts or diplomas.
The quickest way to make your payment (and avoid standing in line, writing checks, and buying stamps) is to pay electronically on the Web at oZONE.ou.edu. Payments made online with an e-check from your checking or savings account or a credit card are easy and convenient and are posted to your account the same day. You can easily set up authorized users to make payments on your behalf.
For information on OU pay login, authorizing a payee, viewing your account history, changing your billing address, and more, use this link: oZONE.ou.edu or call Bursar Student Services at 405-325-3121, for further assistance. You may also make payments by mail or in person at the Office of the Bursar located in Buchanan Hall (directly south of the Student Union.)
NOTICE: FOR THOSE PAYING BURSAR ACCOUNT BY CREDIT CARD
Credit card payments are only accepted online at oZONE.ou.edu. The University of Oklahoma students and employees who choose to pay their Bursar account with a credit card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Discover) instead of cash, check or money order will incur a 2.75% convenience fee for use of the service. A convenience fee covers charges assessed by credit card associations for providing the service.
OU students and employees can avoid a convenience fee by paying in the office with cash, check or money order. Electronic check payments made online will not incur a convenience fee.
As with other products and services that individuals purchase via a credit card, this measure charges only those using the card. Credit card payments can only be accepted at oZONE.ou.edu. The Office of the Bursar will no longer accept credit card payments in the office or over the telephone.
Charging only the user of the service follows best practices nationwide. Such a measure allows OU to focus its budget on the entire student body and on the academic mission of the University.