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Financial & Administrative Services
Students are financially responsible for all tuition and related fees associated with registered courses. Check your student account online - Brock does not mail invoices.
Students pursuing a degree in Adult Education (first or subsequent) or a certificate in Adult Education can view due dates by following the link below:
Late Registration Date
|May 6, 2013||
April 22, 2013
2013 - TBD
July 1, 2013
August 23, 2012
August 16, 2012
Payment is due by the due date or the date of registration, which ever is later.
Any additional fees charged throughout the academic year are due immediately.
Notification of Required Payment
THE UNIVERSITY DOES NOT MAIL STATEMENTS TO PROMPT PAYMENT. To determine your account balance you must access your Financial Account Information on-line through the portal.
To avoid interest, service charges, and other consequences, be sure that you allow sufficient time for your payment to reach us. Interest and service charges will not be waived for late payment.
The balance outstanding as posted on the Fee Calculator or Student Financial History is due as of the posted due date. For the Fall/Winter session, this includes the charges for both the Fall and Winter term tuition, in addition to all ancillary and residence fees as applicable.
For the fall/winter session only, full time students may elect to defer a portion of the balance, and pay a minimum first instalment equal to approximately 70% of the total owing on account. The minimum first installment is automatically calculated on the Fee Calculator. Students who elect to pay by installment, including OSAP students, will be assessed a deferral fee of $75.00. The remaining balance owing is due to be received prior to November 15th (OSAP Students must pay in full prior to February 15th). Remaining balances will accrue interest as of this date and student account access may be restricted. Valid interest charges will not be reversed. Please allow sufficient time for payments to be received based on the method of payment (i.e. bank payments can take up to 5 business days to be received by the University).
Students with a confirmed OSAP assessment may pay a reduced deposit for the fall/winter Term. For students not living in residence, the minimum deposit is $500.00. Funds from Brock University Scholarships and Bursaries may not be used to make this deposit. OSAP students living in residence should check the fee calculator online, to determine the minimum first instalment based on the OSAP and residence fees assessed.
OSAP students who do not pay the full balance outstanding by the due date are subject to the $75 deferral fee.
No interest will accumulate on an OSAP student's outstanding fall/winter balance unless it remains unpaid past February 2013.
For information on scholarships, bursaries, budgeting and student loans, visit Student Awards and Financial Aid.