Welcome to the Office of the Bursar at Oklahoma State University in Tulsa. "Bursar" is a term unique to higher education and means "keeper of the purse." The Bursar Office bills and collects tuition, fees and other university related charges. The Bursar Office also processes and disburses all federal and campus-based funds to students' bursar accounts and refunds any overpayments on students' bursar accounts.
The OSU Bursar Office in Tulsa serves students at OSU-Tulsa and OSU Center for Health Sciences.
Bursar Account View and Payment Links
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- Tuition and Fees
- Refund and Direct Deposit Information
- Tuition Estimator
- Staff Waiver Application
- Policies (PDF Download)
- Tuition and Fees Explained
- What form of payment does OSU accept online?
- The Bursar online payment system will accept Mastercard, Discover, American Express and web check.
- Do you offer an installment plan?
- Yes. You can divide your balance into five, four or three installments. Each installment will be due on the 15th of every month. The first payment depends on which plan you select. Learn more about the Payment Option Plan. Not available for Summer terms.
- How do I view my Bursar bill?
- Log in to the OSU Bursar website. On the Bursar website, each fee is individually listed. Historical billing information dating back to September 2001 is also available to print
- When is my Bursar bill due?
- The Bursar Office provides a monthly billing statement on the last business day of each month detailing charges and payments that occurred during that month. Statement notifications are emailed monthly to the student's okstate.edu email address, as well as any billing email addresses on file. Payments are due upon receipt. Charges that are still unpaid after the 15th of the month are subject to a 1.5% monthly finance charge.
- How will I receive any refund?
- Refund checks are mailed bi-weekly to the local address listed in myOKSTATE. To receive your funds faster, sign up for direct deposit. Direct deposit will transfer any overpayment of the Bursar account to your bank account within 48 hours.
- What is Direct Deposit?
- Direct Deposit is a banking term used to refer to the transfer of funds that are paid directly to your checking or savings account rather than issuing you a paper check. Log in to myOKSTATE, click eRefund under Payment Info, select eRefunds tab and then set up an account. (See more information on the OSU Office of the Bursar website.) Direct deposit will transfer any overpayment of the Bursar account to your bank account within 48 hours.
- What is a 1098-T and why do I need one?
- This form is intended to assist you or your parents in the preparation of your federal income tax return. The University sends them out to assist you in preparing your taxes and reports the information to the Internal Revenue Service. Your accountant, tax preparer or the Internal Revenue Service can best advise you in the utilization of this form when preparing your taxes. View this publication from the IRS for more information.
- How do I obtain my 1098-T?
- All 1098T forms are mailed to the billing address listed in SIS and are postmarked by January 31. You may also print a 1098T online from the OSU Bursar page. Log in to the page, click on 1098T information, and select the year you need.
- Can I charge books to my Bursar Account?
- In order to charge books to your account in Tulsa, you must have financial aid that will more than cover your tuition and fees. Any overage can be used to obtain a book voucher. See the Financial Aid office for details.
- How do I authorize others (parent) to biew my Bursar bill online?
- Go to the OSU Bursar page login.
- Enter your O-Key login
- Click "Bursar Guest Login"
- Create a guest login and password to provide to your guest.
- Select the access you want for your guest by clicking "Manage Guest Login."