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How To Pay Your Fees

It is important that your fees are paid by the deadline to ensure you keep your seat and receive your timetable.


Domestic students

Please note payments can take 3-5 business days to be processed to your student account.

The preferred method for paying your fees is online through our secure payment portal:

  1. Login to your myCampus student portal.
  2. Select “My Student Centre” from the left hand navigation menu.
  3. Scroll down the page and select “Make a Payment”.
  4. Follow the instructions to complete your payment. Payment can be made by credit card, debit Visa, or debit card.

Other payment options are:

Internet Banking
  1. Log into your online banking portal.
  2. Add payee using Fleming College.
  3. Select Fleming College - Fees or Tuition (not residence fees) to ensure your payment is applied correctly.
  4. You must use your student number as your account number.

International Students

CIBC International Student Pay

The preferred method for paying your fees is through our new online CIBC international payment portal. This portal allows you to pay by wire, bank or credit card in the currency of your choice, anywhere in the world. Make a payment now.

Learn more about how easy it is to make a payment through the CIBC international payment portal.


OSAP Students

If you are receiving OSAP funds, and your funding assessment is sufficient to cover your Tuition and Ancillary fees for the Academic year, you do not need to pay anything else beyond the $250 non-refundable Tuition Deposit. The remaining balance of your fees owing will be paid through your OSAP funds. You are responsible for ensuring that your OSAP application is complete and all necessary supporting documentation has been provided to the Financial Aid Office.

If you do not receive sufficient OSAP funds to cover your Tuition and Ancillary fees for the Academic year, you will be required to pay any shortfall between the remaining balance owing and what your OSAP funds will cover for each of the terms in which you attend. This amount is due by the final payment deadline. For non-traditional start programs the final payment deadline date will be specified in your fee notification.


Non-OSAP Students

You are required to pay the remaining balance of your fees owing by the deadline date detailed in the chart above. The remaining balance is your total Tuition and Ancillary fees less the Tuition Deposit that you have already paid, or for non-traditional start programs the Final Payment deadline date specified in our fee notification.

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