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U of M - Administration - Financial Services Payment Options Financial Services


Payment Options

Methods of Payment Accepted Electronic Payment


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Web or Telephone Banking TelPay

In Person or Payment by Mail


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Cash or Debit Cheque, Bank Draft or Money Orders By Mail

International Payments
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Important Information for payments coming from outside North America Custom House (StudentPay) Bank Wire International Bank Draft or Money order

The University of Manitoba does not accept credit cards for degree/diploma program courses.

General Information

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Fee Deadline information Receipts

International Students
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Fee Estimate Letters Residence Payments Receipts

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Electronic Payment Web or Telephone Banking Web or Telephone Banking are the preferred methods of payment. Payments can be made 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from anywhere in the world. Web or Telephone Banking are the preferred methods of payment. Payments can be made 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from anywhere in the world. If you currently use Web or Telephone Banking for your personal bill payments, you can pay your tuition fees by simply setting up the University of Manitoba as a payee. As part of this process, you will be asked for an account number. This is your seven digit student identification number. Please refer to the sample student ID card below if you are uncertain which seven digits make up your student identification number:

Note: In the event that your financial institution requires more than 7 digits as an account number, please supplement the additional spaces by entering zeros as your lead digits. For example if your financial institution requires a 9 digit account number, you should enter 2 zeros prior to entering your student number (i.e. 001234567). If you are not currently set up to use online banking and are interested in paying through this method, you will need to contact your financial institution for assistance. See right side of page for direct links to major financial institutions.

Telpay

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Now you can pay all your student fees online or by telephone regardless of where you bank through TelPay. For more information, please call TelPay direct at 1-800-665-0302 or (204)-947-9300. Note: Please allow at least 2 business days for electronic payments to be received by the University and processed to your student account.

In Person Payment CASHIER LOCATIONS Fort Garry Campus Room 138 University Centre University of Manitoba Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2N2 Ph: 204-474-8222/8716 Bannatyne Campus Room P001 Pathology Bldg 770 Bannatyne Avenue University of Manitoba Winnipeg, Manitoba R3E 0W3 Ph: 204-789-3349

Cashiers Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (open until 4:30 p.m. on payment deadline dates) Cash or Debit

Payment by Cash or Debit can be made in person at either of our two cashier locations. If paying by Debit, please ensure you know your daily spending/withdrawal limit. If your limit is not enough to cover your fees, you will have to contact your financial institution (phone number on back of debit card) to request a temporary increase. Cheque, Bank Draft or Money Order

Cheque, Bank Draft or Money Order payments can be made in person at either of our two cashier locations or can be placed in our secure Express

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Drop Box (located outside the cashiers offices). Cheques, Bank Drafts or Money Orders must:

Have a current date (post-dated cheques will be assessed applicable late fees) Be payable to University of Manitoba Have matching written and numerical amounts Be signed Include your student number and phone number

Note:

A $30 charge, plus applicable late fees, will apply to all returned cheques Payments drawn on US banks should be made in person Payments dropped into the express drop box after 4:30 p.m. on the deadline date will be considered late and will be assessed a late payment fee. Payment other than tuition should be clearly indicated

By Mail
Students may choose to use the mail service instead of paying on-line or in person. Please note however, the University is not responsible for mail service. If a payment is received past the fee deadline date, a late payment fee will be assessed (regardless of when the payment was post marked as mailed). Please allow adequate time for mail delivery and mail your payment to:

Cashiers' Office University of Manitoba 138 University Centre Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2N2 Note: Do not mail cash Receipts If your on-line bank statement is not sufficient proof for a receipt, our Cashier's Office will provide one to you upon request. If you require a receipt for tax purposes, please note that this information is included in the T2202A tax form available to students in February each year.

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International Payments

Important Information for payments coming from outside North America:


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Payments will only be accepted for the amount of tuition and/or on-campus residence fees owing (exception is First Year International Students - see below). Note: if a payment significantly exceeds the amount owing for tuition and/or on-campus residence fees, the University may at its discretion, return the payment to the sender. Funds for personal living expenses must be sent to the students personal bank account. If sent to the University, the funds will be returned to the sender. To open a Canadian bank account, please click here for instructions or visit the International Centre for Students web page. Any credits on student accounts will be applied to future term balances.

First Year International Student Deposit Procedure:


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One of Citizen and Immigration Canadas requirements for entering Canada on a study permit is evidence of financial support for tuition and living expenses for the first year of study in Canada. The financial support requirement is the cost of tuition for the first year (approximately $10,000) plus living expenses (approximately $10,000). In these situations, the University will accept an estimated lump-sum payment from the student, provided the dollar amount is reasonable (consistent with the above guidelines). Money received will be held pending the students arrival in Canada and registration in classes. Once the student is registered and has provided identification to Revenue, Capital and General Accounting located at 315 Administration Building, an amount approximately equal to one years tuition will be withheld and a one-time refund not exceeding $10,000 will be issued to the student for the remainder. The amount withheld for tuition will be applied to the students account until it has been exhausted. In the event that the student does not come to Canada, the money will be refunded to the original sender.

Payment Options Custom House (StudentPay)


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This is the preferred method of international payment. It allows students to electronically pay tuition and on campus residence fees in their home currency. This payment method offers convenience and a favorable exchange rate. International students can create an on-line account with Custom House (StudentPay) through the Universitys website. For detailed instructions, please click here. To use Custom House (StudentPay) for payment, click the link below (Note, payment must be received by the deadline date to avoid late payment fees. Please allow 5 business days for funds to transfer from your bank account to the Universitys bank account):

Bank Wire All wire transfers must include student name, student account number and an e-mail address. Wires must be received by the deadline date to avoid application of late payment fees. Any associated bank fees will be deducted from the payment before it is applied to the student account. Please note, the Universitys bank (TD Bank) deducts a $10 charge from wire transfers. Please add $10 to your payment to cover this fee. To obtain wire payment instructions, please call (204) 474-9433 or email stdntfee@cc.umanitoba.ca.

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International Money Order or Bank Draft


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International money orders or bank drafts must be drawn on a Canadian banking institution. International money orders or bank drafts must be drawn on a Canadian banking institution. International money orders or bank drafts must be drawn on a Canadian banking institution. International money orders or bank drafts must be drawn on a Canadian banking institution. Money orders or bank drafts drawn on foreign banks can take several weeks and sometimes months before collection can be made by the Universitys bank. Please allow adequate time for collection to be made to avoid late payment fees. There may also be significant charges associated with these types of payments which will be deducted from the payment before it is applied to the student account. The students account will be placed on hold until the collection process is complete.

Other Information

Fee Estimate Letters Citizenship and Immigration Canada requires students to forward funds to cover their first year of tuition and school fees (and possibly living expenses) prior to registration. The International Centre for Students can provide students with an estimate of their tuition, school fees, and living expenses. To request an estimate, students can contact the International Centre for Students at ics@cc.umanitoba.ca.

Residence Payments

Payments for Residence fees can be sent using any of the accepted methods of payment. However, students must advise Revenue, Capital and General Accounting that funds sent are for residence fees to ensure proper transfer and application to their residence account. Revenue, Capital and General Accounting can be reached by e-mail at stdntfee@cc.umanitoba.ca.

Receipts Students requiring receipts should contact stdntfee@cc.umanitoba.ca. An original receipt will be processed and mailed to you upon request. Should a copy of a receipt be sufficient, receipts can also be scanned and emailed to your e-mail account referenced in Aurora Student or faxed directly to the Embassy upon request.

Note: Receipt requests will not be processed for funds in transit.

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Revenue, Capital & General Accounting 315 Administration Building University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada Tel 204.474.9433 Fax 204.474.7501 Email Student_Fees@umanitoba.ca

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