The following information offers you all you need to know about your undergraduate credit tuition and mandatory fees. There are many options available for you to pay tuition and residence fees at Mount Royal University.
Please be advised that effective Nov. 13, 2012, credit card payments are changing. Mount Royal University will only accept credit card payments online using a third party, Plastiq , for undergraduate credit tuition, mandatory fees and residence fees. Using Plastiq enables the University to continue to offer you the option of making fee payments online by Visa and MasterCard.
We encourage you to learn more about the different payment methods available. All other payment option methods listed below such as in person, by mail or through online and telephone banking are remaining unchanged with the exception of credit card payments only being available online through Plastiq and personal cheques no longer being accepted.
Complete information on fee payment arrangements is listed below. For further questions about fees at Mount Royal, please read our frequently asked questions.
The payment of all fees and deposits is mandatory. The Board of Governors reserves the right to change fees and deposits when necessary and without notice.
Paying for Residence
Acceptable forms of payment include Visa or MasterCard. Allow two business days for bank processing.
Mount Royal University
4825 Mount Royal Gate SW
Calgary, Alberta, T3E 6K6
Students receiving Scholarships, Bursaries, Government Student Loans or other types of funding are responsible for verifying that those amounts will cover the costs owing or pay the outstanding balance.
If you are a sponsored student and you wish to have your tuition and mandatory fees billed to a third party (employer/sponsoring agency) you must ensure that all proper documentation is forwarded to Financial Services before each fee deadline.
Letters authorizing tuition invoicing may be faxed to 403.440.8927 or mailed directly to Financial Services.
Paying for Residence
Residence Services will defer payment of residence fees until the second fee deadline up to the value of the student loans for the term after tuition has been subtracted. Any shortfall must be paid by the first fee deadline. Student Awards and Financial Aid at MRU must be aware of the loans and have entered the approved amount onto the students account.
Visit residence for more information on the costs of living in residence and payment options.
Fees are due on the dates listed in the Academic Calendar. Students are responsible for verifying and paying any outstanding balances by the fee deadline date.
|Full fees for Fall Semester 2013 due (registered students only)||Aug. 14 2013|
|Last day to pay fees for Fall Semester 2013||Sept. 16, 2013|
|Last day to be re-instated for Fall Semester 2013||Sept. 30, 2013|
|Full fees for Winter Semester 2014 due (registered students only)||Dec. 2, 2013|
|Last day to pay fees for Winter Semester 2014||Jan. 16, 2014|
|Last day to be re-instated for Winter Semester 2014||Jan. 31, 2014|
|Students who have been accepted into residence by December 1, 2012 (for the Winter semester) will be required to pay residence fees by||Dec. 3, 2012|
|Students who have been accepted into residence after December 1, 2012 will be notified of an adjusted due date that is prior to move in||Prior to move in|
Note: Any changes to program or registration status may affect your account balance. It is your responsibility to manage your account balance and payments. Processing times vary by method of payment. Please take into account the time it takes to process payments when choosing your fee payment arrangement.
For further questions about fees at MRU, please read our frequently asked questions.