Standard term payment due dates
Tuition and fees are due by the published date regardless of when a class begins.
These dates are taken from the Academic Calendar, the official listing of major academic events and deadlines for the academic calendar year.
|Fall term||September 29, 2022|
|Winter term||January 31, 2023|
|Spring term||June 2, 2022|
|Summer term||July 26, 2022|
Non standard payment due dates
The Certificate in English for Academic Purposes (EAP) follows a non-standard tuition and fees payment deadline schedule. Further information can be found on the EAP webpage.
The Prairie Horticulture Certificate (PHC) program follows a non-standard tuition and fees payment deadline schedule. Further information can be found on the PHC webpage.
How to pay
Know how much you owe
To see your balance, select View and Pay my Tuition and Fees in the Tuition and Fees channel in PAWS.
If you need a statement of your student account, please follow the steps below:
- Select View and Pay My Tuition and Fees
- You will be directed to Account Summary
- Select the printer icon (next to holds and pay now)
- On the Print – Account Summary page select the specific terms required
- A PDF Account Summary Statement will populate
This is considered an official statement or invoice of your tuition and student fee charges and payments. The University does not provide additional documentation.
Share your tuition and fee information
If you need to show someone your tuition and fee information, you can give them view-only access using Proxy Access Management, which is accessible through the Tuition and Fees channel in PAWS. The person you give access to, called a ”proxy”, will be able to see all your tuition and fee information but will not be able to pay for you through PAWS. You can revoke their access at any time.
Online banking (payments from within Canada)
- Log in to your online banking service
- Go to "pay bills" (or your bank's equivalent)
- Add the University of Saskatchewan as a payee
- The account number is your eight-digit student number
When paying online, make sure to leave enough time (about three days) for your bank to deliver the funds to the university by the tuition payment due date. Check your bank's website for information on payment processing times.
Anyone can pay your tuition and fees on your behalf through their own bank account—remember to provide them with your eight-digit student number and payment amount. Due to privacy legislation, we cannot provide a student's account information to anyone other than the student.
MasterCard and Visa
MasterCard and Visa are the only credits card accepted, and payments are charged a 2.25% convenience fee.
- Go to the Tuition and Fees channel in PAWS
- Select "View and Pay my Tuition and Fees"
- Select "Proceed to On-Line Credit Card Payment"
Flywire (payments from outside of Canada)
All payments from outside Canada must be made through Flywire, the university's exclusive international payments partner.
- Go to www.flywire.com/pay/usaskatchewan
- Select "Start your payment" by the Tuition and Fees payment portal
- Select "Help" for more information, including payment method options.
When paying through Flywire, make sure to leave enough time for the funds to be delivered to the university by the tuition payment due date.
Anyone can pay your tuition and fees on your behalf through Flywire.
Other payment options
Payment by mail is not available
Due to the complexity of receiving and processing cheques or money orders while university buildings are closed, we cannot accept cheques or money orders as payment for tuition and fees. If you have questions about paying your tuition, please email email@example.com.
We do not recommend sending payment through the mail: the university is not responsible for late payments caused by mail delays. However, if you have no other alternative you can mail a certified cheque or money order. Post-dated cheques and non-certified personal cheques are not accepted and will be returned to sender. Mailed payments must be received by the payment deadline to avoid late payment fees.
- Make sure you provide correct information on your cheque, including your full name and student number.
- We do not accept post-dated cheques.
- Mail to: Student Accounts, Room E40, 105 Administration Place, Saskatoon, SK, S7N 5A2
Some students have all or part of their tuition and student fees paid by a sponsor, such as an Indigenous community, employer, or government agency. This is known as sponsorship or agency billing.
Student Finance & Awards will process students' tuition and student fee payments directly from an approved sponsor.
Whether you're a student or a sponsor, familiarize yourself with the process and know what will happen if the sponsor changes or withdraws their support.
As the registered student, you are ultimately responsible for all tuition and fees, including late payment fees, regardless of any funding you may be receiving from another source. Check your student account regularly in PAWS and ask questions if it doesn't show an expected payment.
When we receive information on your student loan from the Canada Student Loans Program (CSLP), we direct CSLP to use the federal loan and any grants to pay tuition and student fees. For Saskatchewan students, this will be your fall and winter terms' tuition and fees; for out-of-province students, fall term tuition and fees will be paid out of your first disbursement and winter term's from your second disbursement. Remaining federal loan or grant funding will be paid directly to you from the loan program. Be aware that any refunds from class changes will be paid directly to Student Loans, in accordance with their regulations. Log in to your account at canlearn.ca for more information.
If you choose to pay your tuition and fees directly, that payment must be received before your loan documents are confirmed (at least 21 days before classes begin). Otherwise, tuition will be paid from your loan (see above).
After your student loan funding has been applied to your account, make sure to check your account balance in the Tuition and Fees channel in PAWS: if there is an outstanding balance, you are responsible for paying it by the published deadline.
Scholarships and bursaries are paid into your student account to help pay tuition and fees. The award amount will be applied to any tuition balances on your account. For example, if you receive an award in the fall term, any credit will be applied to fall or future balances (such as winter tuition and fees). If you have a true credit on your account, you can apply for a refund of the credit balance after the deadline for registration changes in each term by completing and submitting the Request for Refund form. Please allow 4 weeks for your refund request to be processed.
Late payment fees
Students will be charged 1% monthly interest on all outstanding tuition and fees. For example - in the fall term you will be charged 1% interest on fall, and any other prior term balances outstanding on the first business day of October if you have not paid by the fall payment deadline.
- Late interest charges will continue to accumulate monthly until your balance is paid in full.
To avoid late payment fees, make sure to pay tuition and student fees by the published dates, regardless of when a specific class starts.
Tuition and fees for 6 cu classes are charged in two payments: half due by the fall term deadline and half by the winter term deadline.
If you add a class after a payment deadline, the tuition for that class is due immediately. If you haven't paid by the published deadline, in addition to late payment fees the university will withhold some services until your account is cleared in full.
Holds and withholding of service
If you do not pay your tuition and fees by the payment deadline, a hold will be placed on your account and some services suspended until your account is cleared: you will not be able to add classes or change sections, view grades, register for classes in subsequent terms, or obtain an official transcript or your degree parchment. In certain circumstances you may be deregistered from all classes. A hold will not prevent you from withdrawing from classes.
The university issues income tax documentation for tuition, transit fees, scholarships and other employment income as required by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Depending on the type of income or tax credit, the forms will be available online through your PAWS account by February 28 for the previous tax year.