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Incoming funds

All student fee deposits are handled by the Service Hub at 350 Victoria Street, Podium (POD) 150. For more details on how to pay fees, please see the Office of the Registrar’s how to pay your tuition and fees page.

Please note that the information below excludes student fees.

The university accepts funds in both Canadian and U.S. currencies with the preferred method being Electronic Funds Transfers (EFT). Cheques, money order, Visa, MasterCard and American Express are also acceptable. Cash may be accepted only at select locations on campus. 

Wire payment and Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) deposits

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) is the preferred method to accept funds. In order to record receipt of funds in a timely manner, please ensure that EFT remittance notices include the TMU invoice number if applicable or the General Ledger allocation details including the four digit account code are sent to For more information, please visit the wire payments and Electronic Funds Transfers page.

Depositing cash, cheques and money orders


If you are accepting cash, the funds can be directly deposited at your nearest CIBC branch.  Please contact for more information. 

Cheques and money orders

  • The university will accept cheques drawn on Canadian and US banks, in their respective currencies.
  • Ensure cheques and money orders are payable to: Toronto Metropolitan University.
  • Forward cheques via internal mail to the attention of Financial Services at 1 Dundas Street West, 16th floor.
  • Ensure that the TMU invoice number, if applicable or the General Ledger allocation details along with the four digit account code is included.

Credit and debit cards

Various merchants on campus accept debit card, Visa and MasterCard payments via point-of-sale terminals for purchases made at those locations. American Express is also accepted at select locations. For more information please visit the debit and credit card deposits page.

After making your deposit

Remember to check your departmental cost centre to ensure funds received are recorded appropriately.