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Pay your Deposit

Payment deadlines are enforced. Your tuition deposit payment confirms your intention to attend. If you accept this Offer, you are encouraged to make your payment as soon as possible. Your payment is a portion of your full fees and will be credited towards your tuition fees at your confirmed college site in the fall.

The due date is June 6, 2024 (or the date stipulated in your Offer of Admission, if different). 

Tuition Deposit Amount 

Domestic students that do not require a study permit to attend (e.g. Canadian citizens, permanent residents):

  • Full-time undergraduate program: $500

International students that require a study permit to attend*:

  • Full-time undergraduate program: $1,500

*Updated effective March 26, 2024. If you are a convention refugee/protected person in Canada, you can pay the domestic tuition deposit amount. Please proceed with making the $500 payment and then email to alert us of your payment.

Additional notes:

The tuition deposit is non-refundable except in the following cases:

  • The university cancels/rescinds an Offer of Admission
  • An application for a Study Permit has been denied (proof required)

Applying to live in residence? A $50 residence application fee payment must be made in addition to your tuition deposit.

How to Pay Your Deposit 

Online or Telephone Banking

If paying from within Canada (and through a Canadian bank account), follow these steps:

  1. Sign up with your bank for online or telephone banking
  2. Add Toronto Metropolitan University – Tuition and Res Fees as a payee
  3. Your nine-digit TMU Student Number is your account number
  4. Know your deadlines to avoid late payment charges

Please allow three business days for your payment to be applied to your TMU account.

If paying from outside of Canada, payment methods include:

Please note: Credit cards and post-dated cheques are not accepted.

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Consequences for Late or Incorrect Tuition Deposits

Payment deadlines are strictly enforced. To maintain your admitted status your tuition deposit must be paid correctly and on time. Non-payment informs us that you no longer wish to pursue studies in the Collaborative Nursing degree program, and your place in your program will be cancelled.

The acceptance of late payments is solely at the discretion of Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment and subject to confirmation of available space. Payments received and processed after the deadline will be reviewed on this basis.

Verify your Tuition Deposit Has Been Received

  1. Login to (opens in new window) 
  2. Click on the MyServiceHub tab
  3. In your Student Center, click on Account Inquiry
  4. Click on Spring/Summer Term link to confirm if payment was received
  5. Payments will appear as a credit in your account

Cancelling your Confirmation

To cancel your Offer of Admission, visit the OUAC (external link, opens in new window)  and decline your confirmed Offer.

Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) or (external link, opens in new window)  applicants must complete and submit the  (PDF file) TMU Change Form, indicating you would like to decline your Offer in section F.

Once classes have begun in September, if you wish to withdraw from your program a Permanent Withdrawal Request is required. The final deadline date to submit a Permanent Withdrawal Request is the last day to withdraw from a program (no refund). These deadline dates are confirmed on the Drop a Course page.

Complete the appropriate college site withdrawal form: