Tuition Payments

Congratulations, you're officially a TWU student! Your payment options are outlined below. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your Admissions Counsellor or the Financial Aid Office

Based on a standard payment option, your first tuition payment for the Fall 2016 semester is due Friday, August 5, 2016. 

1) Confirm your TWU awards 

To apply your TWU awards towards your payment, take a few moments to confirm your awards online.

Note: If you are expecting a Canadian Student Loan and would like to apply it towards your first payment, send (fax, email, or mail) a copy of your "Notification Of Assessment" or "Letter of Loan Confirmation" to the Financial Aid Office. If your loan is not enough to cover all of your tuition and fees for the semester, you will be required to pay 50% of the remaining balance up front.

2) Review Your Statement

Your statement will be ready to view on July 1. To see the amount owing for the Fall semester, visit the Student Portal and click on "Student Statement".

3) Choose a Payment Option

Most students opt to pay their tuition in two installments per semester. The first payment (50% of the "Account Balance" amount listed on your statement) is due on Friday, August 5, 2016, and the second payment (remaining balance of fees) is due on Saturday, October 15, 2016.

Alternate options are available for paying tuition:

Option A: One Payment Per Semester: Fees are due in full on August 5. 

Option B: Pre-Authorized Debit (PAD) Payment Plan: The first payment (25% of the "Account Balance" amount listed on your statement) is due on August 5, the second payment is due on September 5, the third payment is due on October 5, and the fourth payment is due on November 5. To enroll in this plan, visit the Student Portal and click on "Payment Plan". 

4) Make your Payment

There are many payment options available. You can pay by online banking, cheque, direct deposit, bank wire or Pre-Authorized Debit Plan. Visit the Office of the Registrar website for specific payment instructions.

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