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Available Payment Options:

Please note that we DO NOT accept credit card payments.

bullet At a Financial Institution

bullet WEB (Internet) or Telephone Banking

bullet Using OSAP Funds

bullet International Student Payments (from overseas countries)

bullet By Mail or Drop Box

bullet In Person

bullet Payroll Deductions

bullet HigherEd Points
 


 

 

 

At a Financial Institution

If you wish to make your payment at a chartered Financial Institution, you must bring with you a Student Statement of Account form.  The statement that is emailed to you is sufficient for this.  If you require a new statement you may request one via myUWindsor.

If you are not the one paying your fees, PLEASE FORWARD THIS FORM TO THE PERSON WHO IS PAYING YOUR FEES.

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WEB (Internet) or Telephone Banking

You may pay your fees using electronic banking services. If you do not have online or telephone banking privileges, contact your bank to establish this service. If your bank is not listed, this option is not available.

Please note that if you use electronic banking services, it may take up to 72 hours for the bank to authorize the transfer of funds. Electronic payments are credited to your account the date the bank transmits the funds to the University of Windsor. It is therefore recommended that you make your payment a few days prior to the day fees are due to ensure that funds are received by the deadline.

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Using OSAP Funds

 

If you have been awarded sufficient funds from OSAP to cover your fees for the semester and have agreed to fee remittance to the University, you do not need to make a payment by the fee deadline day.  Your funds will be processed automatically in the term pending your application is complete, with processed signature pages and your MFSAA completed at a designated Post Office.  The Awards website can provide further details if required. 

If your OSAP entitlement is not sufficient to cover your fees or you have chosen to have the fees directed to you, you are responsible for paying the difference between what OSAP will cover and the fees due on or before the published deadline date.  Daily interest charges on the difference, at the rate of 14% per annum, compounded monthly, will begin to be calculated starting the day after the published deadline date.

Not sure if you agreed to fee redirection?  Log into the OSAP website to view your application summary in order to review your response to the question that was asked on the OSAP application.  If you did NOT agree and now wish to AGREE to fee redirection, please complete and return to the Awards Office the OSAP Fee Redirection Authorization Change Form

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By Mail or Drop Box

You may pay using a Cheque or Money Order made payable to the University of Windsor. To ensure credit to the proper account, the Student’s Name and ID Number must be clearly printed on the Cheque or Money Order. Please do not send cash in the mail or put cash in the drop box.

Please note that if you mail your payment it may take up to 10 days for your payment to arrive and be processed. Mail payments are credited to your account on the date RECEIVED in the Cashiers' Office. Please allow sufficient time for your payment to reach our office.

If paying by mail the address is:
University of Windsor
Cashiers' Office
401 Sunset Avenue
Windsor, Ontario
N9B 3P4
Canada
If paying by drop box:

Please deposit the payment into the Payment Drop Box located outside the Cashiers' Office on the first floor of Chrysler Hall North.

What happens if my cheque is returned by the bank as unable to be processed?
If your cheque is returned by the bank as unable to be processed for any reason, you will be responsible for replacing the payment with either cash, debit or certified cheque, and you will be charged a $25 returned cheque charge. Also, you will lose your chequing privileges with the University (including the Bookstore) for a period of two years. If the cheque has been returned as a result of an error made by the bank, you must provide an official letter from the bank accepting responsibility.

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In Person

You may pay your fees by cash, cheque, money order, bank draft or debit card between the hours of 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. on the first floor of Chrysler Hall North. Please note that if you choose this method of payment close to the published due date you may be faced with a 30 to 60-minute wait caused by long lines and necessary paperwork. It is recommended that one of the alternate payment methods listed here be used if possible.

What happens if my cheque is returned by the bank as unable to be processed?
If your cheque is returned by the bank as unable to be processed for any reason, you will be responsible for replacing the payment with either cash, debit or certified cheque, and you will be charged a $25 returned cheque charge. Also, you will lose your chequing privileges with the University (including the Bookstore) for a period of two years. If the cheque has been returned as a result of an error made by the bank, you must provide an official letter from the bank accepting responsibility.

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Payroll Deductions

If you have received notification from either the Graduate Studies Office or your department that you will be receiving a Graduate Assistantship or a Research Assistantship (RA), you may choose to use payroll deferment to pay your tuition. This will mean that your fees will be deducted in installments from your bi-weekly paycheque unless your RA is a scholarship in which case the whole amount of the scholarship (if required) will be directed to your tution account. It is imperative that you fill out a payroll deferment form (available in the Cashiers' Office) each semester that you are receiving your funding, and that you submit the paperwork to the Cashiers' Office as soon as you find out about your funding.

In order to be on time and not charged interest, the deferment must be received in Cashiers by January 13, 2017.  Any deferment received after that date will be charged interest from the fee deadline day until the day the form is received.  The final day that deferments will be an accepted payment option for the term is one month following the start of classes.  For full rules regarding payroll deferment, open the file below. Please note that this method of payment is only available to Graduate students.

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HigherEd Points

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The university of Windsor is excited to be a participating institution at http://higheredpoints.com/.

Use your Loyalty program miles or points to help fund your student fees!

 

International Student Payment Options (from overseas countries)

 

CIBC International Student Pay - NOW AVAILABLE

 

A new secure online portal for International Students to make arrangement for payments to the University of Windsor in the student’s local currency. The quote and payment instructions the student receives are good for 72 hours (excluding weekends).

 

Benefits of the Program include:

·         Enhanced Student Experience: Easily make a payment in your preferred currency

·         Access to Live Foreign Exchange Rates: With CIBC International Student Pay you’ll have access to the competitive foreign exchange rates CIBC is providing to University of Windsor

·         End-to-End Communication: You’ll receive detailed instructions and a reference code to deliver to your local bank within 72 hours (excluding weekends). Your bank simply follows the instructions and sends the funds to your school.

 

There are no transaction charges from CIBC or from Windsor. For more information on the program please click here /cashiers/system/files/Internation%20Student%20Pay(1).pdf

 

To get a quote and payment instruction please click on the CIBC logo below

https://isp.cibc.com/ITPP/WDU/#/ispLogin

 

·         Select the country you are paying from, and how much you want to transfer to the University of Windsor.

·         Review the quote and see up front what the exchange amount will be.

·         Complete the required information and make the payment by wire through your bank.

 

NOTE: The University of Windsor no longer accepts payments from Western Union. 

Transfer of US DOLLAR FUNDS ONLY

Please do not send Canadian dollar transfers to this account. 

If you use this means of transferring funds, you MUST clearly show your name, address and most importantly, your student number.  These is a $25 fee for processing a US dollar wire transfer.  Please do not send Canadian dollars to this account.  Please note that if you send US dollars, we will apply the daily exchange rate to the transaction.  The rate can be viewed at the following link

http://www1.uwindsor.ca/receivable/daily-exchange-rate-for-deposit-of-us-funds

Students wishing to transfer US Dollar FUNDS electronically to the University of Windsor's bank should use the following information:

Bank Name: ROYAL BANK OF CANADA

Address: 245 Ouellette Ave Windsor, ON, N9A 7J2

Account Name: University of Windsor

Account #: 4007373

Bank Transit #: 07922

 

Correspondent:  JP Morgan Chase Bank

Intermediary BK:  New York

Swift Code:  CHASUS33

  ABA # 021000021
Beneficiary Bank:  Royal Bank of Canada

Swift:  ROYCCAT2

 

 

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