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Tuition Payment Plan Assessment

If you have an extraordinary situation whereby you may not be able to pay your tuition by the due dates, it is important that you submit responses to the following questions to the International Education Office.

When international students apply for a Study Permit, a declaration is made with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), formerly known as Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), that you have sufficient and available financial resources, without working in Canada, to pay the tuition fees for the course or program of studies that you intend to pursue.

In addition, you must have sufficient financial resources to maintain yourself and any family members who are accompanying you during your proposed period of study. (Source: Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulation: Section 219).

If you have an extraordinary situation whereby you may not be able to pay your tuition by the due dates, it is important that you submit responses to the following questions to the International Education Office.

Note: Only students who meet the tuition payment plan eligibility criteria will move forward in this assessment. If eligible for a tuition payment plan, you must submit three months of bank statements and three recent pay stubs (if you are/were recently working or had a paid co-op).

Tuition Payment Plan Assessment

Questionnaire

Are you a second-year student? *
Is this the first time you're requesting a late tuition payment accommodation? *

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