Please note: The University of Calgary does not accept Credit Card payments for tuition and general fees, and effective September 2016, does not accept cash payment.
Students may pay their fees by online banking, cheque, money order and bank draft. International students without a Canadian bank account can use Western Union or other wire transfer services.
To pay online, add the University of Calgary - Tuition Fees (title may vary from bank to bank) as a payee on your bill payment profile, and use your UCalgary account number to complete the payment.
For more information, please see: ucalgary.ca/registrar/finances.
If fees are to be paid from government student loans, proof of government funding must be presented and certified by the University of Calgary prior to the fee deadline. Student loans may be signed electronically with a pre-approved remittance amount or in person at Enrolment Services. A remittance amount is typically sent directly to the University to pay a student’s outstanding balance. No interest accrues if payment is received within 30 days of the term fee deadline. Payments received after the 30 day deferral has expired are subject to late interest. Any amount owed in excess of the remittance amount must be paid by the fee deadline.
Students receiving disbursement of their student loan in one installment may have both Fall and Winter Term tuition and general fees deducted from the single installment. Students receiving disbursement of their loan in two installments will automatically have Fall Term fees deducted from the first installment and Winter fees deducted from the second installment. The student is responsible to pay any fees not covered by the incumbent Winter disbursement. Other amounts owing to the University may be deducted from either or both installments at the determination of the University of Calgary.
If financial assistance is refused by the loan provider, students are responsible to pay outstanding fees by the term fee deadline, including any late interest if the decision has occurred after the fee deadline. The letter of refusal must be presented to the Student Receivables office in order to appeal the late penalty. Note that students will not have their registration cancelled if financial assistance is refused and remain fully liable for all tuition and general fees owed to the University of Calgary and affiliates.
For more information about financial assistance, please see: ucalgary.ca/registrar/finances.