Tuition fees, registration fees and student union fees are due when you register. This includes the fees for the upcoming academic year and any outstanding fees.
For a detailed listing of all financial regulations and fees, please see the Fees and Charges section of the current university Calendar. The fees and charges indicated herein are valid at the date of printing; however, you should note that they are subject to change.
1. Medical Students
|Citizens of Canada and Permanent Residents Annual Fee
(Sept. 1 - $3,125; Jan. 1 - $3,125)
|International Students Annual Fee
(Sept. 1 - $15,000; Jan. 1 - $15,000)
2. Postgraduate Residents and Interns ............................ $500
The Works, recreation club fee: Medical Students, Residents & Interns
(Sept. 1) ............................ $167.88
Student Union Fees
These fees are collected in September by the university as a service to the student body and are compulsory for all students.
|Student Dental Plan(see notes below)||$130|
|Student Health Plan (see notes below)||$162|
|Student Union fee||$155.73|
|Postgraduate student union fee||$5|
Note 1) Students who have alternative health and dental coverage may opt out of the plan(s) by completing a Waiver of Participation form by clicking on "Health & Dental Insurance Opt-Out" at www.munsu.ca. The deadline to opt out of the health and dental plans for any given academic year is two weeks after the first day of lectures in September. Only students who were not full time, not enrolled, or a work-term student in the Fall semester, may opt out in the Winter semester. The deadline will be two weeks after the first day of classes.
Note 2) Coverage under the Student Health and Dental Plans is on the basis of an academic year. Students who enrol in the plan for the fall and winter semesters will be covered for the period September to August. Students not meeting this criteria should check with MUNSU for their status in the health plan.
Note 3) International Students are not eligible for these health/dental plans and must purchase compulsory coverage through the International Advising Centre. Contact the International Student Advisor at 709 864-8895 for details.
Methods of Payment
Memorial University offers students a variety of payment methods, each described in detail below.
CASH/DEBIT CARD - Must be paid in person at the Cashier's Office. Do not mail cash.
CHEQUE - may be mailed to the Cashier's Office, delivered in person to the Cashier's Office, or placed in the night deposit slot at the Cashier's Office.
If you are using a cheque to pay fees you are strongly encouraged to mail it to avoid lining up at the Cashier's office. You may post-date the cheque to July 1 for interns and residents or to September 18 for undergraduate students.
CREDIT CARD - Effective July 1, 2013, Moneris, Memorial's clearing house for credit card payments, will charge a 1.95% convenience fee to those who use a credit card to make payments on student accounts. You must use Memorial Self-Service. Because Memorial Self-Service uses state-of-the-art encryption technology to ensure the security of your data you might experience difficulty using older browsers. Ensure that your payment is received by July 1 for interns and residents or by September 18 for undergraduate students.
TELEPHONE or ONLINE BANKING - Customers of the Royal Bank of Canada, the Bank of Montreal, the Bank of Nova Scotia and Canada Trust who have access to the banks' telephone or online banking systems can pay their fees using this service up to and including July 1 for interns and residents or September 18 for undergraduates. Further information on the use of these banking systems can be obtained from your local branch.
STUDENT AID - Important changes to the student loans disbursement process will affect all students who have applied and been approved for funding. See the Provincial Department of Advanced Education and Skills Student Aid website for details.
Once your application for financial assistance has been assessed and approved for funding, you will be sent a Notice of Assessment and a Master Student Financial Assistance Agreement (MSFAA). You must complete and mail your MSFAA to the National Student Loan Service Centre (NSLSC) via a designated Canada Post outlet. Once the NSLSC has confirmed receipt of your MSFAA and has received Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment from Memorial, your financial assistance will be deposited to your bank account and/or sent directly to Memorial University to pay tuition fees. This one-time loan agreement is issued for the lifetime of your educational borrowing, provided any break in studies is not more than two years. There will no longer be an in-person pick-up and processing distribution process on campus.
If you do not want your fees deducted from your loan you must pay by one of the other methods by August 16. Please note that if you pay by another method after this date, your tuition will still be deducted from your loan and your other payment will be refunded.
Inquiries regarding fees should be directed to the Cashier's Office at 709 864-8226/8229.