The ISU Treasurer's Office is a division of the ISU Office of the Vice President for Business and Finance. A primary area of responsibility includes cash management and investments, where daily banking activities, as well as overseeing university lease programs, plus the purchase, sale, and reporting of investments for university operating and endowment accounts are important aspects of university operations. Also, as a representative of the Board of Regents, State of Iowa, the management of ISU registered and bearer bonds is another important responsibility of this office. Other functions of the ISU Treasurer's Office involve cashiering, where various forms of payment are applied to accounts administered through the ISU Receivables and Financial Management systems.
3 Convenient Ways to Pay Your Bill
There are 3 convenient ways to pay your university bill (U-Bill).
Pay your U-Bill:
- Electronically on AccessPlus
- By dropping off a check (Include Name & ID #) in the drop box behind the Student Answer Center - Ground Floor - Beardshear Hall or in the south door of 1220 Beardshear Hall
- By mailing a check (Include Name & ID #) to the Treasurer's Office 1220 Beardshear Hall - Ames, IA 50011-2044
Cash Payments are not recommended. If you have cash, you may purchase a cashier's check made payable to Iowa State University (fee waived) at the University branch of US Bank 2546 Lincoln Way and then mail or drop off your payment.
If you have questions regarding your U-Bill you can access your U-Bill on AccessPlus on computers conveniently located behind the Student Answer Center or contact the Receivables Office - 0880 Beardshear Hall - 515-294-7388.
Direct Deposit (ACH) Rule Change
Iowa State University can no longer send a direct deposit (ACH) transaction to a foreign bank account. If you choose to have your payroll/student refund/travel reimbursement direct deposited and do not have a domestic bank account you may open a free bank account associated with your ISUCard at US Bank. The University assumes no liability for direct deposit (ACH) transactions that are returned due to the fact that the account receiving the direct deposit is identified by the receiving financial institution as a foreign bank account. Questions? Call 515 294-4363.