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  • Payments may be made online at MyHumber using your Visa or MasterCard, Interac Online (BMO, RBC, Scotiabank or TD Canada Trust), by telebanking through a financial institution (Students Humber Username is your Account Number and Humber College is the payee), by phone (+1 416 675-5000), or by wire transfer (with student name and Humber Student Number clearly indicated). Certified cheques, bank drafts, and money orders should be made payable to Humber College and indicate students’ Humber Username. Please allow 3-5 days for payment to be processed. Returned payments (includes returned credit card payments) are subject to a $30 Non-Sufficient Funds fee. For more information on payments, please visit "Paying Tuition".
  • Your tuition deposit due date and confirmation date are specified on your offer letter. You must pay your tuition and confirm your offer by these due dates to secure your seat in the program.
  • Payment is required on or before the fees due date. Fees paid after the specified due date will be accepted pending program availability. Please pay in Canadian dollars.
  • Payments made will be applied to any outstanding balance first. All fees including outstanding balances must be paid before course registration is permitted.
  • Program fees will be assessed after course registration. Deposit payments are applied to program fees balances within 24 hours of course registration. Refunds will be issued to students assessed program fees, less the administration holdback after the tenth official day of the start of the term.
  • Additional program fees may be assessed if a student registers in additional courses over their semester allotment (includes courses previously attempted, courses not previously attempted, required remedial courses and required supplemental courses).
  • Standard program fees by semester (including Mandatory Non-Tuition fees), are specified at
  • Health insurance fees are mandatory and cannot be split. They are paid as part of the first semester fee each academic year and are non-refundable after the 10th day of class.
  • After the balance of program fees due date, Humber is authorized to pursue any remedies authorized by law to obtain payment including the release of any personal information held by Humber to any outside Agency for collection purposes. Further, Humber is authorized to withhold the issuance of any documents or records held by Humber, including final marks and official credentials, until payment is received in full.
  • Your tuition fees are transferable up to two times within an academic year (September-August), provided you make the request prior to the 10th day of classes. After two deferrals an administration holdback will be applied.