Your statement of account
Changing or withdrawing from courses may change your account balance.
Note: Admission deposits are not reflected on the statement of account. To confirm receipt of your admission deposit, please refer to your admission file located on the homepage 48 hours after making your payment.
University fees are payable by the due date indicated on your Statement of account. All the important dates can also be found on the page. If you register after the published deadline, you must pay your fees as soon as your course selection is approved.
Students are required to pay their fees before the due date published on their statement of account or to make satisfactory payment arrangements.
If we do not receive your payment on time, a late payment administrative fee of $60* plus interest at the prime rate of the National Bank of Canada plus 9% is added automatically to your account.
In accordance with , students with an outstanding balance or other financial obligations to the University cannot obtain any official document from the University (certification, transcript, diploma, etc.) attesting the completion of a degree, certificate or diploma.
The University of Ottawa uses different ways to inform students about their student account, including our website, uoZone and email and more. We do not cancel late payment penalties because you did not check your @uOttawa email account or uoZone on a regular basis.
If you have trouble accessing your email account or uoZone, call Computing and Communications Services at 613-562-5800 ext. 6555. You are responsible for paying your tuition fees within the prescribed time limits regardless of whether you receive a notification or not, because you have online access to your statement of account at all times.
Mandatory meal plans (if applicable)
The University is not responsible for delays beyond its control.
Please note that the offers students not only financial aid, bursaries and scholarships, but also other services like counselling to help you , so you can start, continue and complete your postsecondary education more easily.