How to pay your fees
Please note that payment can only be made using one of the following options below:
Note: Currently Camosun College does not accept E-Transfers as a form of payment.
Camosun College no longer accepts cash payments effective January 1, 2020
The BC government has launched an anti-money-laundering initiative which impacts the way colleges and universities collect tuition and related student fees. To reduce risk, the province has requested post-secondary institutions limit the amount of cash they accept.
While Camosun has no reason to believe our cash acceptance practices have been taken advantage of for the purposes of laundering money, our practice have changed as of January 1, 2020:
- Camosun no longer accepts cash payments for all credit and non-credit tuition and student fees—no exceptions.
- Cash payments will be accepted for certain types of transactions at ancillary/retail service locations, including those at the Bookstore and food services outlets.
Camosun continues to accept a variety of payment methods, including online banking (preferred).
Fee Deadline for 2020F
Pay before 11:59pm on September 21, 2020 to avoid the late fee.
Online banking agreements exist between Camosun and most major Canadian banks and credit unions.
- Login to your banking website
- Select ‘PAY BILL’ (NOT E-Transfer)
- Identify ‘PAYEE’ as Camosun College
- ‘ACCOUNT NUMBER’ is your Student Number/Camlink ID e.g. C0###### (you must include the ‘C’)
- Follow the instructions to make a bill payment to Camosun College
- It may take five business days for your payment to be reflected on your Camosun student file but don’t worry, if your transaction is time stamped before the deadline in PST, you won’t be responsible for any late fees.
- Should you experience any difficulties with your online banking, please call your bank’s customer service number.
The Registrar’s Office at both campuses accepts debit card, cheque, and money order during regular office hours. Effective January 2020, Camosun no longer accepts cash payments for tuition and student-related fees.
We do not accept credit cards for paying domestic tuition (except for the application fee, registration deposit, and tuition for continuing education classes). Why not?
Payment may be made by mail or on-campus drop box if paying by cheque or money order. After hours drop boxes are located at:
- Lansdowne campus
East entrance, Dawson Bldg.
- Interurban campus
2nd floor hallway, Campus Centre Bldg.
Be sure to include your name, student number, birthdate and other relevant information with your payment.
- using your credit card during regular office hours: 250–370–3550 or Toll free 1–877–554–7555 (Application fees, registration deposits and tuition for continuing education classes only). Why not?
Bring your signed Passport to Education or Youth Options form to the Campus Cashier (office hours) as soon as possible. It will reduce your first-term fees.
If your fees are paid by a sponsoring agency, a fully completed and authorized Sponsor Agency Approval for Fees and/or a Sponsor Agency Approval for Fees - Group Listing, or Employer/Sponsor Sponsorship of Tuition Fees - Continuing Education form must be submitted and received by Enrolment Services by the fee deadline.
It is the student’s responsibility to obtain a valid sponsorship for each term. You should be aware that some sponsor agencies may require considerable lead time to provide sponsorship forms. Your sponsor(s) (companies, government agencies or others) will be invoiced by the College’s Finance office after your registration is completed.
Sponsors should note that once a sponsored student has registered, they cannot avoid liability for fees or other amounts covered by the sponsor document without the College’s written agreement to sponsorship withdrawal.
Students sponsored by the Adult Upgrading Grant (AUG) (formerly ABESAP) should follow ministry guidelines.
View fees and payment methods for international students.
Last updated: July 2, 2020 2:18 pm