The billing process

For the 2019-2020 Academic Year:

Full-time students are invoiced for fees prior to each term they are going to attend (at Fanshawe we call it, "single term billing"). A registration package with full information concerning fees and payment options is mailed to each level 1 student.* Returning students will be emailed an invoice. Your fee invoice will include a request for you to make a $500 deposit. The invoice will also include the total amount of your tuition fees for your program and provide the due date for your balance of fees.

International Students must pay their fees in full by the payment due date.

*Hint: make sure we have your current mailing address so you don't miss out on any important information!

 

NEW for the 2020-2021 Academic Year:

Full-time students are invoiced for fees prior to each term they are going to attend (at Fanshawe we call it, "single term billing") and are required to pay a non-refundable deposit each term (term-based deposit). A registration package with full information concerning fees and payment options is mailed to each level 1 student.* Returning students will be emailed an invoice. Your fee invoice will include a request for you to make a $250 deposit. The invoice will also include the total amount of your tuition fees for your program and provide the due date for your balance of fees.

International Students must pay their fees in full by the payment due date.

*Hint: make sure we have your current mailing address so you don't miss out on any important information!

What do I need to know about my fees?

Check your fee invoice included in your registration package for the required non-refundable deposit amount and due date, the full tuition fee amount and the balance of fees due date. Paying your deposit on time secures your spot in the program and by paying your fees on time you will avoid late fees.

A non-refundable deposit will be required each term. The balance of your tuition fees will be due on the 10th day of term.

What if I have applied for OSAP and will be receiving OSAP funding?

You will be required to make a non-refundable deposit even if you are expecting to receive OSAP funding.

Payment options

NOTE: Effective March 1, 2018, the Office of the Registrar will no longer accept cash payments.

  • At your bank: fees can be paid through all major Financial Institutions using online or telephone banking. Use your seven digit student number as your account number. Please allow 5 days for your payment to be processed.
  • Online: go to WebAdvisor Make a Payment Process (Visa or MasterCard are accepted. Debit/Interac is not accepted as an online payment method).
  • By phone: Call 519-452-4277 and follow the prompts: Enter your Fanshawe College Student Number or press * then choose 1 for "returning students" or 2 for "new students". Next, select option 2 for "payments and tuition" (Visa or MasterCard are accepted. Debit/Interac is not accepted as an online payment method).
  • In-person: visit the Office of the Registrar (Interac, cheque or money order payable to Fanshawe College or Visa or MasterCard are accepted).

We encourage you to use online methods of payment and to not wait until the last day to make your payment. A payment by Visa or Mastercard using your Fanshawe WebAdvisor account will process immediately. By paying early and paying online you will avoid line-ups and long waits and be able to focus on your studies.

Notes: postdated cheques are not accepted. Registration and payments must be received prior to attending.

My fee payment is late. What happens now?

Avoid the late fee by paying your fees in full by the balance of fees due date. A late fee of $150 will apply on the 11th day of term if your fees are not paid in full by the due date each term. By paying your fees in full by the due date, you will ensure a smooth and good experience with future registration, access to online registration and schedules and access to all services.