Ways to Pay Residence Fees
These are the payment options for fees related to student housing in the RRC Residence. For tuition and all other payments to the College, see RRC’s fee information.
Important: Paying residence fees in-person is not available at this time.
Call the Campus Living Office to pay by MasterCard and Visa. Please have your student number, term (i.e., F2020WI), credit card number and credit card expiry date ready prior to placing your call.
Note: A mailed payment can take five or more business days to reach the College.
Please make the cheque or money order payable to Red River College and send it directly to:
Red River College – Financial Services
Room C212, 2055 Notre Dame Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3H 0J9
Note: An Internet banking payment can take five or more business days to reach the College.
Pay through your financial institution’s Internet banking or telephone banking service by selecting “Red River College – Fee Stmnt” as the payee.
Your account number is your student number and the term (F2018FA) you are entering (e.g., STUDENT# F2018FA).
If you are paying by bank transfer (also called a wire transfer), please notify the Campus Living Office prior to making payment as it can take over one week to receive the transfer. Keep this delay in mind in relation to payment deadlines and ensure the transfer is made in Canadian funds.
On the bank transfer, specify your name, student number, and indicate that the payment is for residence fees.
You will also need this information:
Account name: Red River College
Bank Name: Royal Bank of Canada
Account #: 154-895-7
Bank Address: 220 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Transit #: 00007
Institution #: 003
Swift Code: ROYCCAT2
Missing Payment Deadlines
Residence accounts that are overdue incur an automatic monetary fee of $50 if they remain unpaid after five business days. Any Resident with an account still outstanding after initial late fees will receive notice to meet with the Manager of Campus Living. If the Resident and Manager cannot rectify the issue after the meeting, the resident may face additional sanctions including but not limited to loss of Residence access, eviction from Residence, additional late charges of 7.5% of the outstanding balance up to $100, and/or the actual additional costs incurred by the College.
Residents with outstanding balances at the end of their contract will face the withholding of College services including marks, diploma/certificate, and future registrations, until all financial obligations to the College have been met in full.
Bounced/non-sufficient funds (NSF) cheques (i.e. cheques that do not clear because of non-sufficient funds) incur a $50 NSF fee by RRC. Submitting two NSF cheques is grounds for sanctions up to and including eviction from Residence.
In some exceptional cases, students may request a payment deferral from our Manager of Campus Living. Only the Manager is able to arrange payment deferrals. Please email the Campus Living Office to arrange an appointment to speak about payment deferrals.