2nd Installment of Tuition Due December 1

2nd Installment of Tuition Due December 1

The second installment of tuition for Main Campus Undergraduate students is due on December 1st, 2023.

How do I view my outstanding balance?

To view your outstanding balance, log into your Student Center and navigate to the “Student Financials” tile – here you will see your outstanding balance.

Click the tile and then click “Fees and Refunds” to access your Statement of Account. It will show you information on fee due dates, charges, payments, scholarships and bursaries credited to your account.

How can I pay my outstanding balance?

Internet Banking

You can pay via Internet banking through major Canadian banks.

Add WESTERN UNIV–TUITION AND RESIDENCE to your list of bank payees. Your student number is your account number for web payments.

Cheque or Money Order

You can also pay by cheque or money order payable to the University of Western Ontario. Please include your name and student number on all cheques and money orders. Payments can be dropped in the dropbox in the lobby of the Western Student Services Building (ensure you add your student number to the cheque) or payments can be mailed to:

University of Western Ontario
Student Financial Services
Western Student Services Bldg, room 1120
London, ON N6A 3K7

Payment must be received in our office by the due date, or a late payment will be assessed monthly at a rate of 1.5% of the overdue balance. Please read our website for information about late payment penalties.

How do I set up a payment plan for my 2nd installment?

Submit a Virtual Helpline outlining your proposed payment plan by the tuition deadline.

How do I know if my tuition & residence fees are deferred until my OSAP arrives?

For detailed step-by-step instructions, please refer to this PDF.

  1. Log in to Student Center.
  2. Click “Student Financial,” then “Fees and Refunds” to access your Statement of Account.
  3. Select 2023 Fall/Winter term.
  4. Click the link “What do I owe in addition to OSAP?” on the top right-hand side.
  5. If the Amount Due is greater than $0 you must pay that amount by the December 1st deadline.

Note: if your 2nd installment for OSAP is greater than the amount you see OSAP sending to Western, the difference will be sent to you via direct deposit with the account you setup on your Master Student Financial Assistance Agreement (MSFAA).

What if I'm an Out of Province student?

Students receiving out of province student loans will have their fees automatically deferred until funding is released in January. Please continue to check your fees account to ensure your full fees have been paid by January 29, 2024.

How will I get my refund if I am in a credit balance?

Students with a credit balance on their account will automatically receive refunds mid-December. Students should add their Direct Deposit information by December 1st. If you have not put banking information on your Student Center, we will hold your refund for future terms.

How do I set up Direct Deposit?

Affiliate students cannot enroll in Direct Deposit and will receive payments from their college.
This is for Undergraduate Main Campus tuition accounts only.

  1. Log in to Student Center and navigate to “Finances” at the bottom of the page.
  2. Click “Enroll in Direct Deposit” under Direct Deposit.
  3. Select “Add Bank Account.”
  4. Fill in all the fields.
    1. Note: Click “View Sample Cheque” to see what bank information is required to enter in these fields
    2. Note: Bank account numbers cannot contain any dashes, only numbers are accepted in the bank account field.
  5. If your bank and branch combination is not on Western’s verification list, email contact@uwo.ca with a screenshot of your cheque.