Ways to Pay
You may pay online or enroll in an Installment Payment Plan through your “MyPNW account”. Accepted methods of payment are:
- Electronic Check (Requires a valid bank routing number and account number for a personal checking or savings account. Sorry, No Corporate Accounts accepted)
- Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover) through PayPath – Credit Card Convenience Fees – FAQs
Need some help? We have tutorials to walk you through the process of paying online.
Pay in Person at the Bursar’s Office
- Hammond Campus – LAWSHE 130
- Westville Campus – SCHWARZ 127
- Personal Check
- Cashier’s Check
- Money Order
Pay by Mail
- Purdue Northwest, Bursar’s Office – Hammond Campus, 2200-169th Street, Hammond, IN 46323
- Purdue Northwest, Bursar’s Office – Westville Campus, 1401 S US Hwy 421, Westville, IN 46391.
Please do not send Cash. When paying by mail, please mail a Personal Check, Cashier’s Check or Money Order made payable to “Purdue University Northwest” (Please allow 7 days for the mail).
Mobile Bill & Payment
Log in using your Smart Phone to make payments, review account information, and set up new payment and refund account profiles.
Payment Link for Authorized Users: If your student has granted you access to view bills or make payments, log in here. Authorized Users may also use their Smart Phone to log in to make payments.
Students receiving excess financial aid money
Funds are disbursed by two options:
- Direct Deposit
This is the safest and quickest way to have your EXCESS funds deposited. They are put directly into a U.S. checking or savings account. An e-mail notice will be sent indicating the direct deposit of your excess funds has been made.
Note: All checks will be printed at Purdue West Lafayette and mailed directly to the student.
To sign up for direct deposit log on to MyPNW, then select the Bills & Payments tab, then select Bill & Payment Portal. A new browser window will appear. Select the Refunds tab and enter your information.
NOTICE: Students who receive Title IV financial aid and do not attend classes for which they are enrolled will be responsible for repayment of their financial aid.