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Payment Methods


 

TIP! - Pay tuition the easy way:  through your financial institution online

  • Add "The University of Winnipeg - Tuition" as a bill payee.
  • Use your seven-digit student number as your account number. 
  • Enter the amount (see your account on WebAdvisor) and choose bank account from which to pay.

 

A. Payments made within Canada

Electronic Payment

 

In-Person* or Mailed Payments

*At this time, in-person payments require an appointment with Student Central. Fully-vaccinated students can book with the MyVisit app.

 

B. Payments made from outside Canada

C. Payments with external awards or government student aid

          1. External Awards and Government Student Aid

 

RECEIPTS: For instructions on how to print receipts please visit:  TUITION 101-FAQs 

 

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A. Payments made within Canada

  Electronic Payments

1. Online Banking (Recommended- no extra charges)

  • Log into your online banking account and add "The University of Winnipeg - Tuition" as a new bill payee.
  • Enter your seven-digit student number as the account number.
  • Enter the amount and choose the account you want to pay from.
Note: Online banking payments can take 1-3 business days depending on your bank so plan accordingly.  Interac e-transfers are not accepted.

 

2. Telpay

  • You must be a member of TelPay, an electronic and telephone bill payment service, to pay your fees using this method. For more information, please call TelPay at (204)-947-9300 or visit: http://www.telpay.ca/


3. Higher Ed Points   

  • Pay your tuition and other charges on your student account by converting Aeroplan® Miles through HigherEdPoints.
  • Family and friends can also donate their points to an individual student, or directly to The University of Winnipeg for students in need. Refer to HigherEdPoints for details.

4. Credit Card (+ convenience fee) 

  • Where possible please pay using online banking.
  • Payments with Visa and/or MasterCard can only be made through your WebAdvisor account.
  • The University of Winnipeg does not encourage or have affiliation with any third-party credit card payment services.

 

 

In Person or Payment by Mail

* The following in-person payment options are only available via appointment. Fully-vaccinated students can book with the MyVisit app.* 

1. Interac or Cash

  • Where possible, please pay using online banking bill payment and avoid potential wait times.
  • In-person payments can be made at Student Central (first floor 489 Portage Ave). Accepted payment methods are cash, Interac and cheques.
  • Students are cautioned against carrying large amounts of cash. Credit card payments are NOT accepted at Student Central.

2. Cheques and Money Orders (drop-off box)

  • Write your student number and phone number on the bottom, left side of the cheque.
  • Do not put your cheque in an envelope.
  • Make the cheque payable to "The University of Winnipeg".
  • Verify written and numerical amounts match.
  • Confirm cheque has been signed.
  • Put in secure, campus drop box:
  •       first floor Centennial Hall - on the east wall across from the Security Office near the ATM
Note: Overdue accounts paid by personal cheques will remain on hold for an additional 10 business days until the cheque has cleared.

 

*Processing of payments sent by mail may be delayed as staff are working remotely. *

3. By Mail

  • Write your student number and phone number on the bottom, left side of the cheque.
  • Make the cheque payable to "The University of Winnipeg".
  • Verify written and numerical amounts match.
  • Confirm cheque has been signed.
  • Mail to:
               The University of Winnipeg
               Student Financial Services
               515 Portage Ave
               Winnipeg, MB  R3B 2E9 
Note:  Overdue accounts paid by personal cheques will remain on hold for an additional 10 business days until the cheque has cleared.

 

 B.  Payments made from outside Canada

 1. International Payments

 

C. Payments with external awards or government student aid

  • Students receiving scholarships or bursaries from organizations other than The University of Winnipeg to be applied towards tuition and associated fees should provide documentation to the Awards and Financial Aid Office prior to the applicable term(s) payment due date to avoid late fees.
  • Students in receipt of Government Student Aid funding, such as Manitoba Student Aid, should refer to their online student aid account or Notice of Assistance document for disbursement details. Most Government Student Aid branches will send tuition payments directly to the institution once enrolment is confirmed.  Your online account can verify if and when the payment will occur. Payments must be received on time to avoid late fees. For more information, please visit the Awards and Financial Aid website.

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Notes

  • Students registered in 9 or more qualifying credits per term are automatically charged the UWSAHealth Plan.  For opt-out/in information, please visit the UWSA website.