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  • Pay your fees online

    The University of Calgary will stop accepting cash payments in September 2016. The University of Calgary also no longer accepts credit card payments for tuition and general fees. Tuition and fee payments made in cash are currently limited to $500 per student, per term. If your payment is higher, please see our other payment options.

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  • Continuing Undergraduate Student Awards

    The application for competitive undergraduate awards is now available in the MyUCalgary portal. If you're a continuing undergraduate student, this is the awards application for you. Deadline is August 1, 2016.

  • Using Academic Integrity Bags during Final Exams

    During the upcoming exam period, students writing exams in the Red, Gold, or Auxiliary Gymnasiums, and some classrooms, will be provided with a large clear plastic bag for their personal valuables. The plastic bag is meant for small items of value, like a wallet, phone, tablet, or laptop, but could easily fit a textbook. All electronics will be required to be fully shut down and bags should be returned at the end of the exam for re-use.

    Students are to leave their larger backpacks at home, in a locker, or at an alternate safe location. Coats may be placed on the back of chairs, but pockets should be emptied and items placed in the clear bags.

    Check the final exam schedule and learn more about Academic Integrity Bags

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