Your payment in full or Promissory Note for Spring term was due April 27 to avoid a Late Fee charge.
EXCEPTION: If there are no fees posted to your student account until on or after due date, you have ten business days from the date the fees are first posted to become Fees Arranged, without incurring a Late Fee charge.
|Find out how University of Waterloo bills you for tuition, incidental fees (non-tuition fees), housing & meal plan.|
|Get some quick highlights about your student's account with uWaterloo.|
Look up how much your course or program will cost.
|Understand the non-tuition fees on your student account, including extended health & dental insurance, and how to request refunds for some of them.|
|Check the due dates for each term, and the late fee you'll be charged if you submit your payment or Promissory Note late.|
|See how to pay your student fees.|
|Figure out what it means to be "Fees Arranged"|
Learn how to access your scholarships, bursaries, awards, federal & provincial student loans, the tuition benefit, a seniors bursary or approved third-party sponsorship, and how to use them to pay your fees.
Apply for the employee tuition benefit and see instructions on how to complete the Promissory Note.
|Discover how and when refunds are issued.
|Find out how to get your T2202A and other tax receipts.|