Welcome to Western

Tuition Payment Information

Students should check their account balance online on the Student Center. Their Western username and password are needed to access this site. A hard copy of the fee bill will not be mailed.

Tuition fee payment and refund policies are currently under review. Vist our Fee Schedules webpage for more information.

Students who have an OSAP entitlement calculated on or before the August tuition payment deadline will have the OSAP portion of their tuition payment deferred to the rst day of classes in September. Students should check their Online Statement of Account for when the second installment of tuition is due.

How to Make a Tuition Fee Payment

By internet banking through any Canadian bank – in the payee list, look for “University of Western Ontario” and select “Tuition.” Your student’s student number is their account number.

By cheque, money order, or Canadian debit in person at Student Central located in room 1120 of the Western Student Services Building (WSSB).

By mailing a money order or cheque to:
Student Financial Services Western University
Western Student Services Building Room 1140
London, ON N6A 3K7

Payment by credit cards or cash are not accepted. For inquiries, please have your student contact the Registrar’s Helpline at 519.661.2100.

Payments must be received in our office by the due date. Postmarks are not sufficient.

Tuition fees for international students differ from domestic tuition fees. Western University receives no government funding for international students. Refer to Office of the Registrar website for the most up-to-date fee information.

Avoid Additional Charges

Be sure your student makes their full payment in advance of their due date to ensure payment is received in our office by the tuition deadline. Have your student contact Student Financial Services at 519.661.2100 if they have any questions about their fee payment.

Academic Sanctions, Deregistration and Reinstatement

A student’s registration is dependent upon payment of fees and academic eligibility. Students are considered full-time if they register in 3.5 credits or more and will pay full-time undergraduate fees. Students will pay part-time undergraduate fees on a per course basis if they are registered in three credits or less. Failure to complete the registration process during the designated time will result in a late registration fee.

It is the student’s responsibility to be familiar with and understand all the University regulations contained in the Academic Calendar; to understand how adding and dropping a course or courses, withdrawal, etc., affects a tuition fee account; and to ensure that tuition fees are paid in full without any notice from the University. Failure to pay outstanding tuition and other related fees will result in academic and nancial penalties up to and including removal from courses.

For more information, refer to the Academic Sanctions, Deregistration and Reinstatement sections of the Academic Calendar.