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  • Avoid the line. Pay your fees online.

    Enrolment Services will stop accepting cash payments in September 2016. Preferred payment for tuition and fees is through online banking. Students paying from overseas can now utilitze Western Union's Global Pay. Click here for information on paying online, using Global Pay or other payment options.

  • Set Up Your UCalgary Email

    As part of the university's Electronic Communications Policy, the only way that we can communicate with you is through your UCalgary email account - please ensure you set-up your account before classes begin. Learn more...

  • How is my scholarship paid?

    Your scholarship is applied directly to your tuition and fees and is usually split equally between the fall and winter terms. All remaining scholarship funds are paid to you via direct deposit. Learn more...

  • Welcome back to UCalgary

    We hope you had a great summer. Check out your fall term start-up checklist.

      1. - Get your UPass
      2. - Get an enrolment verification letter
      3. - Your awards and scholarships
      4. - Check your course schedule
      5. - Set up your UCalgary email
      6. - Your student loans
      7. - Paying your fees
    • Transfer Awards

      Deadline: October 1, 2016

      Transfer student awards application is available now in your Student Centre. Apply now!

    Upcoming Finance Dates

    Tuition & Fees

    Did you know that online banking is the best and fastest way to pay your fees? Find out how to set up the University of Calgary as a payee for online banking.

    Budgeting

    You should have a financial plan (budget) in place to ensure you know what your expenses will be and how you will pay for your studies.

    Awards, Scholarships and Bursaries

    Use our award search tool to find the awards, scholarships and bursaries that apply to you and find out about how and when to apply.

    Learn more

    Student Loans

    Government student assistance programs (student loans) are available to Canadian citizens, permanent residents, protected persons and American citizens.

    Tax and RESP Information

    Tax Information

    Information and details on how to find and print your student donation tax receipt, T2202A, and T4A.

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    RESPs

    Print your Enrolment Verification Letter and find out how to complete your RESP provider’s form.

    Learn more