The Cashiering Office accepts and processes cash, check, and money order payments on students' MyNIU accounts. Additionally, this area accepts deposits for student/staff Huskie Bucks accounts and provides bank deposit support for NIU departments.
Limited Days of Operation
Tuesday and Thursday (February through April)
Hours: 8:15 a.m. to 4 p.m., Closed during lunch from 12 to 1:30 p.m.
For the safety of all, we ask that you please wear a mask and adhere to social distancing rules.
For due dates that occur on a weekend, holiday, or NIU closure, payments can be made on the next business day without any late payment fee penalty.
Payments and Deposits in Cashiering Office
The Cashiering Office, within the Office of the Bursar, processes payments to the student accounts and provides bank deposit support for NIU departments.
The Bursar office accepts cash, check, or money order directly in our office. Credit/Debit cards and Electronic Checks can be submitted online via MyNIU. To make online payment via MyNIU, see make a payment for more information.
Have a quick question about payments? View the payment section on our FAQ page.
All departments must adhere to the following policies when making a deposit:
Departments must complete/print the UpdatedDepartmental Deposit Form (XLSM) and bring it with the deposit to the Cashiering Office. It is required that a department representative be present before the funds will be counted by a cashier. Please include the preparer's email address within the deposit form so that the cashier receipt can be sent.
It is advised to save a copy of this form on your computer
Deposits should be made no later than five business days after the receipt of the funds, or when the amount equals $500, whichever comes first.
The associate bursar or bursar will be made aware of any department that has delivered an untimely deposit and/or stale check(s). The department will be notified and any repeat violation will result in the contact of the department management as well as the university's internal auditor.
The cashiers recommend calling ahead, 815-753-0535, or depositing funds before 2:30 p.m. for any large deposit amount. This helps ensure a prompt deposit to the department's account.