Students Fees & Payments

This information is intended to answer questions related to the due dates and procedures for paying your fees. It may be useful for you to know that we bill and collect fees on a semesterly basis. This is intended to ease the financial burden on students and their families so that they do not have to pay for the full-year costs up front.

Student Financial Services

Student Financial Services provides services and resources to support students in a wide range of financial matters, including billing, payments, financial literacy, financial counselling, and financial aid - scholarships, bursaries, and government loans.

Important Information & Dates

July 26, 2017:
You will be able to view your bill on WebAdvisor. Follow the “Registration Billing” link. You will NOT be sent a paper copy of your bill.
August 11, 2017:
A deposit of $200 to the University of Guelph must be submitted by the close of business August 11, 2017 to hold your place in your courses. You have the option of a full payment or a minimum non-refundable registration deposit of $200.00. Non-payment of your account can have detrimental consequences such as penalties and/or deregistration from courses.
September 15, 2017:
Full payment of your Fall 2017 account is due.

Registration Billing

You can review your Registration Bill by going to WebAdvisor. Your Registration Bill provides you with a detailed breakdown of your tuition, fees and other charges, a listing of your payments, University scholarships, the balance you currently owe to the University and the date by which it must be paid. Review your account often.

How To Pay Your Fees

The primary method of payment is by INTERNET banking. Payment for your tuition fees, residence and meal plan should be made through INTERNET banking services. The amount you owe for the Fall semester is available to view through the Registration Billing option on WebAdvisor. When creating the vendor/payee on your INTERNET banking system be sure to choose the “UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH STUDENT FEES” option and confirm you have entered your student ID number as the account number. Otherwise, your payments will be misdirected and will not be credited against your registration fees. (Depending on your banking institution, The University of Guelph may be listed in a variety of ways: UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH STUDENT FEES, UNIV OF GUELPH –STUDENT FEES.) For more information about INTERNET banking in general please contact your financial institution. Payments made via INTERNET are processed and appear on your University of Guelph student account within approximately 3 business days. Make sure you keep a copy of your verification/confirmation number. It is your proof of payment.

The University of Guelph does not accept internet email money transfers or credit cards for tuition payments. Out of concern for the safety of our students and staff, Student Financial Services does not accept cash payments.

For more details on how to pay your registration fees, including helpful web links and answers to frequently asked questions, visit: Student Financial Services.


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