Fee Payment Options

Paying tuition and fees - Undergraduate Students

The Office of the Registrar is available to support you via phone and email. Payments for Deposits, Tuition and Mandatory Fees are still required by the posted deadlines. You can use online banking and credit cards to pay your outstanding balances. 

Forms can be submitted through our office dropbox or through email.

Payment Options

The easiest way to pay your fees is through online banking. Here are two ways to make an online payment:

Online banking or telephone banking

  1. Logon to your bank website (i.e. TD Canada Trust, Royal Bank etc.)
  2. Add ‘Mount Royal University - Tuition’ as a new payee (name will vary from bank to bank)
  3. Enter your MRU student ID number (201XXXXXX) as your Mount Royal account number
  4. Allow 2-3 business days for bank processing

Online credit card payment (Visa, MasterCard and Amex)

  1. Logon to Plastiq
  2. Enter your email address to set up your account
  3. Select Mount Royal University as a payee
  4. Use your MRU student ID number as your Mount Royal account number
  5. Allow 2-3 business days for processing

Plastiq charges a platform fee to your credit card. Visit Plastiq for more information. Plastiq charges a platform fee of 2.85% to your credit card (effective Sept.5, 2020). 

Plastiq is an independent third party service provider that you can use to pay your tuition to Mount Royal University. Mount Royal University is not affiliated with Plastiq and does not endorse or recommend its services. Disputes regarding Plastiq's services must be resolved directly between Plastiq and the payee/student. Mount Royal University does not guarantee Plastiq's availability or services and use of Plastiq may result in delays in Mount Royal receiving payment. Students remain responsible for any payments which Plastiq fails to submit on their behalf. Your use of Plastic is solely at your own risk and it is your responsibility to review its terms of use, privacy policy, security standards, and any other legal notices. In no event shall Mount Royal University be responsible or liable for any direct or indirect losses or damages whatsoever, arising from your use of, reliance on, or inability to use, Plastiq. Questions or concerns with these charges should be directed to Plastiq. Ensure that you understand Plastiq's Terms of Service before using their services.


CIBC International Student Pay - preferred option for International students

Bank Wire

This is a secure online portal for international students to make payments in their local currency. The quote and payment instructions you receive are good for 72 hours (excluding weekends).

Your Mount Royal University Student ID is required.

Eligible payments include:
  • Pay full-year tuition and fees
  • Residence fees
  • Payable through CIBC
  • No CIBC or Mount Royal University processing fees
  • Access to competitive Foreign Exchange Rates
  • Open a $10,000 GIC for living expenses (if required)

To get a quote and payment instructions:

  1. Select the country you are paying from and how much you want to transfer to Mount Royal.
  2. Review the quote to see what the exchange amount will be.
  3. Complete the required information
  4. You will receive detailed instructions and a reference code to deliver to your local bank within 72 hours (excluding weekends). Your bank will send the funds through wire to Mount Royal.

Payments will typically take 2-5 business days to be reflected on your student fee account. 

Due to the sanctions imposed by Canada, payments from the following countries are not accepted via CIBC International Student Pay at this time: Burma, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Iran, Libya, Syria, Ukraine, Zimbabwe.

Credit card from country of choice (Visa and Mastercard)

A convenience fee of up to 2.5% will be charged to your credit card.
 

By mail

  • Money orders are the only acceptable form of payment by mail
  • Personal cheques, postdated payments and international money orders are not accepted. Do not send cash in the mail.
  • All payments (other than Residence Application Fees) should be mailed to:

Registrar's Office
Mount Royal University
4825 Mount Royal Gate SW
Calgary, Alberta, T3E 6K6

 

Sponsored students

If you are a sponsored student and have been approved to have your tuition and mandatory fees billed to a third party (employer/sponsoring agency - Advancing Futures/Band), you must ensure that all proper documentation is forwarded to Financial Services before each fee deadline.

Learn more about the third-party billing sponsorship procedure

These arrangements are coordinated and managed by the A/R Administrator. For more information email studentspons@mtroyal.ca.


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.


Fee deadlines

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. 

Fall 2020

Full fees for Fall Semester 2020 due (registered students only) Aug. 17, 2020
Last day to pay fees for Fall Semester 2020 Sept. 14, 2020
Last day to be re-instated for Fall Semester 2020 Sept. 30, 2020

Winter 2021

Last day to pay fees for Winter Semester 2021 Jan. 19, 2021
Last day to be re-instated for Winter Semester 2021 Jan. 29, 2021

Spring 2021

Last day to pay fees for Spring Semester 2021 May 6, 2021
Last day to be re-instated for Spring Semester 2021 May 17, 2021

Summer 2021

Full fees for Summer Semester 2021 due July 8, 2021
Lasy day to be re-instated for Summer Semester 2021 July 19, 2021


Paying for Residence

Visit the Residence webpage for more information on payment deadlines and how to pay your Residence fees. 

 

Need help?

Additional information on paying your fees can be found on our frequently asked questions page.

Reading your account balance and finding out how much you need to pay can be confusing. Visit our how-to page to help understand how to read your account summary.