King's University College accepts the following payment methods:
- Telephone/Online Banking: Use King's University College as the bill/payee and your Student Number as the account number
- International Bank Transfer - Convera: If you’re an International student, paying your tuition can be easily done by clicking the following link to the Convera for Students system : International Bank Transfer. There is no processing fee associated with this payment method.
- International Bank Transfer - PayMyTuition : Tuition and fee payments from outside of Canada are available through PayMyTuition. With PayMyTuition, students can pay their tuition form any bank, in any country, in any currency at better than bank exchange rates. Click here for more details.
- International Direct Wire Payment: Students are able to transfer money directly to King's University College's bank account upon request. Please send your request from your UWO email account to firstname.lastname@example.org and ensure to include your full name and student number. King's University College will charge a processing fee of $75.00 for each direct wire transfer. All bank charges are the responsibility of the student.
- VISA and MasterCard: Accepted in person by the cardholder, card must be present at our customer service counter.
- Students from China can now also pay with Credit Card, Debit Card or Pre-paid Card through Western Union ; Click Here for more details.
- Canadian Students who wish to make a payment using a Visa or Mastercard and cannot be present on campus, can use PayMyTuition. An additional fee is charged by the service provider. Due to the requirement to comply with Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards relating to data security, King's cannot accept credit card information in writing or over the phone.
- Cheque/Draft Cheque/Money Order: Please make cheques payable to 'King's University College'.
Please note: The processing fee for all International Money Orders/Bank Drafts or Cheques will be $250.00. This fee will be added to the student's tuition account, and is due immediately upon receipt
It is the students responsibility to ensure that cheques are properly completed. If a cheque is returned for any reason, the student will be subject to a $72.00 return cheque charge and possible late fee. This penalty must be paid at the time the cheque is replaced. All replacement cheques must be certified.
- Debit available at the counter: For students who intend to use a debit card, please note that most debit cards have a default spending limit. If the payment you wish to make is larger than this limit, you may wish to contact the issuing bank beforehand to determine if you can increase your daily spending limit temporarily while you are trying to meet the fee payment deadline. If your bank will not do so, you will need to be prepared to make an alternate method of payment.
- HigherEdPoints: Further information and instructions available online at; http://www.higheredpoints.com/
Applying Your Scholarship Towards Your Tuition Fees
If you are expecting a King's University College Entrance or Continuing Scholarship, it should be reflected as a credit on your statement in early August. Should you have any questions regarding your eligibility, please follow up with Enrollment Services if you are a first year student or the Academic Dean's Office if you are a returning King's student.
Please note: A Tuition Benefit and/or RESP does not constitute a scholarship, and you are unable to deduct the amount of your Tuition Benefit or RESP from your first tuition installment payment. The same policy applies for external scholarships (non-King's) awarded to students.
King’s provides information to students regarding deadlines using a variety of mediums (invoices, fees schedules, and registration handbooks) through web postings, emails and posters around the College. In addition, our staff in Student Financial Services is available during normal business hours 12 months of the year to answer queries and counsel students with financial concerns. Administrative fees are charged to students who have missed deadlines for payments or processing of information. Further information, including amounts, is available here.