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Payments may be made: online at humber.ca/myhumber using your Visa or MasterCard, online through your financial institution (using your Humber Student Number as your Account Number), by phone 416 675-5000, by wire transfer (with student name and Humber Student Number clearly indicated) or by mail. When paying with a certified cheque or money order, please make it payable to Humber College, and indicate your Humber Student Number.

  • Fees Due Date is specified on your offer letter. You must pay your tuition by this due date as well as confirm your acceptance of our offer by the date included in your offer package or you will lose your seat in the program.
  • Payment is required on or before the Fees Due Date. Fees paid after the specified due date will only be accepted if space is still available in the program. A $75.00 Late Payment Charge will apply if the fees are accepted.
  • If a student wishes to take additional credits, add a course which was dropped or taken previously, or if a student is required to take remedial courses, additional tuition fees may be charged.
  • Payments made will be applied to any outstanding balance first. All fees including outstanding balances must be paid before registration in courses is permitted. Unpaid fees will jeopardize your place in the program.
  • Humber collects mandatory non-tuition fees. For more information please visit www.humber.ca/content/fees
  • Fees for the academic year may be split into semester specific payments with the exception of health insurance. A split fee charge of $40 will apply to the first payment
  • 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.

Refund Information

It is the student’s responsibility to become familiar with the Academic Regulations

If you withdraw from your program, we strongly advise you to consult with the International Centre, as withdrawing may affect your status in Canada.

Refund requests must be submitted to the International Centre on or before the tenth official day of the term. There are no refunds after the tenth official day of the start of the term, and students are liable for payment of outstanding fees. There are no exceptions to the refund policy for students who register late. Full-time tuition fees are a package cost, and dropping a course(s) does not qualify for a refund if you remain in full-time status. Unused credits are not transferrable from one semester to another.

Please note that $500 of the first-term payment is automatically withheld once payment is made. If payment is applied to a future term, and the refund request occurs after the Fee Due Date for the future term, $500 is automatically withheld. Changes from full-time status to part-time status will also result in $500 being withheld. Refunds will be processed using the same method by which the payment was made. Refund of fees originally paid by wire transfer, telebanking and cash will be issued by cheque.

International Refund Policy

1. If you have not received a decision on your study permit application, or are unable to attend classes by the fifth (5th) day of class, you must notify the International Centre before the tenth (10th) official day of the semester in writing in order to be eligible for a refund. You will be charged a $500 CAD administration fee.

If Canadian Immigration denies your visa/study permit then you will not be charged the $500 CAD administration fee. You must include documented proof from Canadian Immigration that the visa/study permit was denied. Please scan the visa/study permit denial letter and attach it with your email request for a refund to international@humber.caALL REFUND REQUESTS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY THE TENTH (10th) OFFICIAL DAY OF THE SEMESTER. Any requests received beyond this date will be denied. No exceptions to the refund policy will be made.

2. If you receive your visa denial too late to submit by the tenth (10th) day of the semester then you still must submit a refund request without the visa denial by the tenth (10th) official day of the semester. You will have until the thirtieth (30th) day of the semester to submit a second refund request with the visa denial to be eligible to receive the $500 CAD administration fee. 

Payments may be made online at humber.ca/myhumber using your Visa or MasterCard, online through your financial institution (using your Humber Student Number as your Account Number), by phone (+1 416 675-5000), by wire transfer (with student name and Humber Student Number clearly indicated) or by mail. When paying with a certified cheque or money order, please make it payable to Humber College and indicate your Humber Student Number.

  • Your fees due date and confirmation date are specified on your offer letter. You must pay your tuition and confirm your offer by these due dates or you may lose your seat in the program.
  • Payment is required on or before the fees due date. Fees paid after the specified due date will only be accepted if space is still available in the program. Please pay in Canadian dollars.
  • If a student wishes to take additional credits, add a course which was dropped or taken previously, or if a student is required to take remedial courses, additional tuition fees may be charged.
  • Payments made will be applied to any outstanding balance first. All fees including outstanding balances must be paid before registration in courses is permitted. Unpaid fees will jeopardize your place in the program.
  • Humber collects mandatory non-tuition fees. For more information please visit www.humber.ca/content/fees
  • 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.

Refund Information

It is the student’s responsibility to become familiar with the Academic Regulations

If you withdraw from your program, we strongly advise you to consult with the International Centre, as withdrawing may affect your status in Canada.

Refund requests must be submitted to the International Centre on or before the tenth official day of the term. There are no refunds after the tenth official day of the start of the term, and students are liable for payment of outstanding fees. There are no exceptions to the refund policy for students who register late. Full-time tuition fees are a package cost, and dropping a course(s) does not qualify for a refund if you remain in full-time status. Unused credits are not transferrable from one semester to another.

Please note that, for full-time programs, $1000 of the first-term payment is automatically withheld once payment is made. (For each level of the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program, $500 is automatically withheld.) If payment is applied to a future term, and the refund request occurs after the Fee Due Date for the future term, $1000 (or $500 for EAP) is automatically withheld. Changes from full-time status to part-time status will also result in $500 being withheld. Refunds will be processed using the same method by which the payment was made. Refund of fees originally paid by wire transfer, telebanking and cash will be issued by cheque.

International Refund Policy

1. If you have not received a decision on your study permit application, or are unable to attend classes by the fifth (5th) day of class, you must notify the International Centre before the tenth (10th) official day of the semester in writing in order to be eligible for a refund. You will be charged a $1000 CAD administration fee for full-time programs or $500 for EAP.

If Canadian Immigration denies your visa/study permit then you will not be charged the $1000 or $500 CAD administration fee. You must include documented proof from Canadian Immigration that the visa/study permit was denied. Please scan the visa/study permit denial letter and attach it with your email request for a refund to international@humber.caALL REFUND REQUESTS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY THE TENTH (10th) OFFICIAL DAY OF THE SEMESTER. Any requests received beyond this date will be denied. No exceptions to the refund policy will be made.

2. If you receive your visa denial too late to submit by the tenth (10th) day of the semester then you still must submit a refund request without the visa denial by the tenth (10th) official day of the semester. You will have until the thirtieth (30th) day of the semester to submit a second refund request with the visa denial to be eligible to receive the administration fee ($1000 CAD for full-time programs, $500 for EAP).