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University of Calgary Calendar 2018-2019 Tuition and General Fees P.4 Fee Regulations P.4.2 Method of Payment
P.4.2 Method of Payment

Students may only pay their fees through online banking, International fund transfer, cheque, money order and bank draft. Cheque, debit and bank drafts payments may be made in-person by visiting Enrolment Services

For detailed information on how to pay fees visit: www.ucalgary.ca/registrar/finances/tuition-fees/pay-your-fees.

If fees are to be paid from government student loans, the University of Calgary must confirm funding prior to the fee payment deadline. Student loans will be confirmed electronically with a pre-approved remittance amount. A remittance amount is paid directly to the University toward the student account. No interest accrues if payment is received within 30 days of the fee deadline. Payments received after 30 days are subject to late interest from the term fee deadline. Students are responsible for any amount outstanding in excess of the remittance amount or if loan funding is declined.

Students are responsible for all fees assessed by the University of Calgary and affiliates. The University of Calgary will not withdraw students from their current course registrations for non-payment or non-attendance.