You can make a payment,?see your account balance, download your statement of account, and find your receipts online by visiting MyAdmin.
Please note that your tuition fees are subject to change without notice.? You can find information about your specific program’s cost by visiting your program’s webpage and our Payment Schedules page.
Payments can be made by Visa, MasterCard or American Express?online?at?MyAdmin.?
Cheques and Money Orders?
Cheques and money orders can be made payable to Royal Roads University and mailed to:?
Royal Roads University?
2005 Sooke Road
Victoria, BC ?V9B 5Y2
Ensure your name, and student number are noted on the cheque.?
Tuition payments can also be processed as a bill payment to Royal Roads University through most of the major Canadian banks. ?
Set up Royal Roads University as a payee using your financial institution's online bill payment service. ?Your six-digit student number is your account number. ?Please note that it can take up to two business days to process online banking payments.
Payments can be made in person at Student Accounts, located on the second floor of Hatley Castle, Room 215.
Accepted payment methods are debit card, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, money order, cheque and cash (up to a maximum of $500).?
Your tuition fees are due on or before the dates specified in the Payment Schedule?for your program. Late payment can result in a late payment fee. Over payments and other credits will be applied to your next term or quarter’s fees, and will not be refunded if you have an outstanding balance.?
Student Accounts will do as much as we can to help you find ways to clear your debts with the university. It is your responsibility to keep your account current, even if you’re being sponsored by someone else. We reserve the right to withhold services or require that you withdraw from your program if satisfactory arrangements can’t be made to clear your outstanding debts. Our?Credit and Collection Policy?outlines the terms for payment of amounts owing to the university, and the steps we will take to collect on overdue accounts.
Overdue accounts will be assessed a late fee per occurrence, and NSF cheques will be assessed a handling fee per occurrence.
Major Project/Thesis Course Payment Option
Tuition is invoiced by course on the 1st of the month prior to the course start-date and due on the 21st of the month prior to the course start-date.?
Royal Roads University offers students the option to pay tuition and ancillary fees either in full each year or by the installment method (installment fee applies).
For Major Project/Thesis courses that exceed 8 credits and are greater than 6 months in duration the University also offers the following payment option:
|Course Length||Payment Option||Examples|
|6 to 9 months||Tuition paid in 3 equal installments, due 1 month apart, with the first due date on the 21st of the month prior to the course start date.||
Course runs Oct 15th to April 15th:
1st payment due Sept 21st
2nd payment due Oct 21st
3rd payment due Nov 21st
|9 to 12 months||Tuition paid in 3 equal installments, due 2 months apart, with the first due date on the 21st?of the month prior to the course start date.||
Course runs Oct 15th to Sept 30th:
1st payment due Sept 21st
2nd payment due Nov 21st
3rd payment due Jan 21st
?*Please note an enrollment fee of $61.38 applies to the Major Project/Thesis course payment options.
?To enrol in the above option, please complete the?Major Project/Thesis Course Payment Option Enrollment Form?and submit to email@example.com.
For most payments made through the Student Accounts department, your receipt will be generated within two business days and sent to the email address we have on file for you. For payments made via MyAdmin, your receipt will be automatically generated and emailed to you. You can also view and print your receipts in the MyPayments section of MyAdmin.?
For information on tuition deposit refunds, please see our?Refund Policy.
Please?email?or call us at 250.391.2600 ext. 4282?if you have any questions.