Frequently asked questions
How do I pay for tuition?
Info for domestic or landed students:
Reminder: Domestic students are not able to pay for tuition and other semester related fees by credit card. See below for ways to pay.
Online banking or telebanking
Pay by online banking or telebanking through your bank or credit union. Check with your branch for details and/or to arrange access. Select University of the Fraser Valley as the payee and use your student ID number as your account number.
If paying by online banking, please allow enough time before the deadline for the payment to be processed by your banking institution. You may also pay your deposit in advance of your registration date and time.
Pay tuition at any Office of the Registrar using cash, cheque, money order, bank draft, Passport to Education, or debit card. Post-dated cheques are not accepted.
If paying by debit, contact your bank to ensure your daily limit will allow the amount of your tuition.
If paying by cheque, ensure it is for the exact amount owing on your account and include your name, UFV ID, address, and telephone number on your cheque. A $25 penalty will be charged for NSF/returned cheques.
Info for international students:
UFV International accepts credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express), bank draft, certified cheque, money order, or bank/wire transfers. Learn how to pay for tuition.
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