How to become "Fees Arranged"

Being 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 turns out to be less than you expected
  • have become a fully registered student for the term
  • will receive all the financial aid for which you are eligible during the term

Fees are charged one term at a time and you must become Fees Arranged each term.
 

There are two ways to become "Fees Arranged"

1. Pay the entire Term Balance now

  • do not deduct any Anticipated Aid
  • use one of our acceptable payment options
  • any financial aid and awards you have qualified for will be refunded to you during the term.

2. Pay all or part of your Term Balance later by using the Promissory Note process

Fee Changes

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 late 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.

Paying your Tuition?

If you have an account at a bank in Canada, the best way to pay your student fees is by bank payment.  If that isn’t possible, we can also accept a certified cheque, money order, or bank draft from a Canadian bank.

To make an international tuition payment, use one of our approved international payment options. These services are convenient, cheaper than a traditional wire transfer, and post quickly to your student account.  You can also pay in the currency of your choice and get a competitive exchange rate.

Don’t forget to check the date tuition is due to avoid late fees and account holds.