Trinity Western University

Undergraduate Tuition and Student Fees

Payment of Fees

Undergraduate students may pay their fees in full when they register, or adopt one of the following plans.

  1. a) Students who pre-register for courses prior to September are required to pay a minimum of 50 per cent of the total fees by the first Friday in August for fall semester, and the first Friday in December for spring semester to secure enrolment in selected courses.

    b) Students who do not pre-register for courses prior to September are required to pay a minimum of 50 per cent of their total fees by the end of the first week of the semester.

    Further payment information is available at: www.twu.ca/registrar

  2. Second and final payment is due October 15 (fall semester), and February 15 (spring semester).

    Make cheques payable to:
    Trinity Western University (include student name and student number on the cheque)

    Mail the payment to:
    Trinity Western University, Attention: Office of the Registrar
    Canadian mailing address: 7600 Glover Rd., Langley, BC V2Y 1Y1
    U.S. mailing address: PO Box 1409, Blaine, WA 98231-1409

  3. Statements will be available on the Student Portal by the end of September for the fall semester and the end of January for the spring semester. Interest will be charged on outstanding balances after the payment date. Interest is calculated monthly (at 18% per annum and calculated back to the first day of classes).
  4. The RBC Financial Group has created a credit line for students who need financial assistance. Application forms are available from the financial institution.
  5. Online Banking Instructions:

    • Go to financial institution’s website
    • Click on the Online Banking link
    • Sign in with username and password obtained through the financial institution
      Click on Pay Bills or Payments
    • Click on Add Payee
    • In the Search area type: Trinity Western, then select Trinity Western University and enter the six-digit student ID number as the account number (for ID numbers of less than six digits, add zeroes before the number)
    • Submit the payment
    • Record the confirmation number
      Email the confirmation number and payment information to onlinebanking@twu.ca or fax 604.513.2096 with the student number, name and amount on the subject line.
  6. Direct Deposit

    Go to any branch of the RBC Financial Group.

    • Deposit cash or cheque to:
      TWU Account #100-759-0
      Royal Bank Transit #02880-003

    *In order for TWU to trace the payment, students should fax a copy of the bank receipt to:
    TWU: 604.513.2096, Attn. Office of the Registrar
    and enclose student’s name and student ID number.

  7. Students may make payment of fees at any bank if the information below is provided:

    • Request a bank wire be sent to:
      RBC Financial Group,
      19888 Willowbrook Drive,
      Langley, BC


      Routing/Swift Codes:
      for International funds – #ROYCCAT2
      for US funds – #021-000021 Bank Transit Number – #02880-003
      For Canadian funds: Deposit to TWU Account – #100-759-0
      For US funds: Deposit to TWU Account – #406-730-2
    • In order for TWU to trace the payment, fax a copy of the bank receipt to TWU at: 604.513.2096. Include the student’s name and ID number.
  8. Four Payment Plan
    • Four equal payments for fall and spring semesters
    • Three equal payments for summer semester

    Application for this payment plan is available to students enrolled at Trinity Western University. The minimum amount eligible for this payment plan is $1,000 (CDN).

    Each fall and spring semester payments are evenly distributed over four months.

    • The fall semester payment dates are the first Friday of August, September, October and November.
    • The spring semester payment dates are the first Friday of December, January, February, and March
    • The Summer session payment dates are on the first Friday of April, May, June, and July

    If students apply after the first payment date listed above, the payments must be caught up on the processing of the first payment.

    This payment plan is only available through pre-approved credit card payment.

    Students who are 18 years of age or younger need a parent or guardian as a co-applicant to be eligible for this payment plan.

    The finance charge for this payment plan will be calculated at 6 per cent of the total fees. Credit card payment is accepted only for this payment plan.

    Payment authorization needs to be renewed each semester.

    If students meet the above criteria and are interested in this payment option, contact the Office of the Registrar at registrar@twu.ca

  9. Student Loans and Other Awards

    Approved government student loans and grants can be applied to the first payment but the student MUST forward a copy of the Notification of Assessment letter from the Student Aid Branch in his/her province to the Office of the Registrar at Trinity Western University by the payment deadline of the first Friday in August for fall and the first Friday in December for spring.

    If a student’s loan is not enough to cover all of his or her tuition or fees for the semester, the student will be required to pay 50 per cent of the remaining balance up front.

    BC students can print this information from www.bcsap.bc.ca. To obtain this information, students must enter their Social Insurance Number, loan application number, and birth date.

    Canadian students from provinces other than B.C. should fax a copy of their loan notification letter to the Office of the Registrar.

    U.S. students must obtain a copy of their loan confirmation letter (from loan guarantor) and fax it to the Office of the Registrar.

    Approved Personal Bank Loan, Private Sponsorship, Private Scholarship, Professional Development Award can be applied to the first payment (first Friday in August for fall and the first Friday in December for spring) but the student MUST provide a copy of the confirmation of funding (copy of loan approval, scholarship, sponsorship and Professional Development Award approval) to the Office of the Registrar by the first payment deadline.

    Other Awards: Trinity Western Scholarships and Bursaries – The awards are applied to the student’s account after the add drop deadline in September for the fall semester and in January for the spring semester. The Office of the Registrar will have this information by the prepayment date (first Friday in August).

    Approved Personal Bank Loan and Private Sponsorship can be applied to the first payment, but the student MUST provide a copy of the confirmation of funding to the Office of the Registrar at Trinity Western University by the payment deadline.

    Note: If students do not provide the Office of the Registrar with the above information, they risk being waitlisted in their courses.

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