Fees and Tuition
This section provides general information about tuition fees and payments.
Your Statement of Account
Your tuition account is available for viewing in the Student Center. For students who anticipate receiving scholarship funding (e.g. Western Graduate Research Scholarships, NSERC, SSHRC, CIHR, OGS), expect these funds to show as "Anticipated Aid" in the Finances section of the Student Center two or three weeks prior to the start of term. Scholarship funds will be disbursed towards tuition fees the first business day of each new term.
To view your current tuition account balance, please complete the following steps:
- Access the Student Center
- Select Detailed Statement of Account within the Finances section
- Select the appropriate term (Anticipated Aid will appear at the bottom of the page).
Tuition Fee Schedules
Tuition fees schedules are published by the Office of the Registrar. For accurate information, please note the various schedules based on residency and term:
Internet banking through major Canadian banks is the preferred method of payment. The majority of graduate students use this method to pay their tuition. Add University of Western Ontario - Tuition to your list of bank payments (there may be a variance in the way each bank lists the University of Western Ontario as a payee). Your student number is your account for Internet payments.
Students whose fees will be paid by an external sponsor must provide proof of funding for each term before the tuition deadline to avoid late payment charges. Students are responsible for payment of any fees or penalties not paid by the sponsor. For additional payment methods including how to arrange payment from outside of Canada please consult Office of the
If you have concerns regarding due dates for tuition payments, contact Student Financial Services at email@example.com.
Who Pays Canadian Tuition Fees?
Information on which International Students are eligible to pay tuition at the Canadian rate.