You must have the registered status “Fees Arranged” each term in order to:
- have your scholarship, bursary, award, GRS funding released
- be enrolled in UHIP and/or the GSA/WUSA health, dental and legal plans
- have government student loans released
- access some campus services
- avoid a "Not Fees Arranged" (NFA) hold on your student account
The registered status "Fees Arranged" means that you:
- have shown us how you intend to cover your fees for the term
- have made a commitment to pay all the fees charged to your student account, even if financial aid is denied or reduced
- officially a student for the term
You do not need "Fees Arranged" status if you are:
- undergraduate students on a co-op work term and not enrolled in a credit course
- only enrolled in PD courses
- on a scheduled term off
- an Ontario Visiting Grad Student
- an International Visiting Grad Student
- on an Inactive term
However, you do still need to pay any charges owing on your student account.
- do not deduct any Anticipated Aid
- use one of our acceptable payment options.
- a Fees Arranged Extension Fee will be assessed to any payments that arrive after the due date.
- any financial aid and awards you have qualified for will be refunded to you during the term.
- leave a balance owing up to the total amount of any financial aid you will receive during the term (including amount showing as Anticipated Aid on Quest)
- The Promissory Note cannot be used to submit proof of payment in full; you must also have financial aid coming to you during the term.
- your partial payment of any amount not covered by the financial aid you will receive during the term must be showing on your account by the due date. A fees arranged extension fee will be assessed to payments that arrive after the due date.
If you are planning to
- add or drop courses,
- change your residence or meal plan, or
- change your program or status,
...you still need pay the entire balance owing or complete the Promissory Note if you have enough financial aid to cover all the fees that have been posted on your student account by the due date to avoid being charged a Fees Arranged Extension Fee. If more fees are posted after the due date, you can pay them as they are added. If you have overpaid your account, you will be refunded later in the term.
Not Fees Arranged (NFA) holds
If you do not have the registered status "Fees Arranged" for the term by the undergraduate course add deadline each term, a Not Fees Arranged (NFA) hold will automatically be applied to your student account. Please be sure you are aware of the deadlines and the impacts of the NFA hold.