Student Financial Services

Temporary Change to Services

Nipissing University is committed to the health and safety of students and employees. Given the ongoing developments regarding COVID-19 in Ontario, Nipissing University employees other than those needed for required duties will be working from home effective Monday, March 23, 2020. This protocol will be in effect until Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at which point we will re-evaluate the situation.

While we endeavor to remain business as usual, we thank our campus community and stakeholders for their understanding that there may be some unanticipated gaps particularly as we familiarize ourselves with remote work tools and manage teleconferences using mobile phones.

As this is a very fluid situation, we will continue to monitor closely and provide updates as appropriate.

There may be a delay in my response, so thank you for your understanding.

For more information on Nipissing University’s updates and FAQs relating to COVID-19, please visit nipissingu.ca/coronavirus 

 

At first glance, the thought of financing a university education might be overwhelming. It need not be. Our experienced staff members are here to help. Our priority is to provide you with the best possible financial service and counseling in support of your education goals.

We are located in F216, and are open Monday to Friday, 10:00-4:00. 

Our Services include:

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Tuition Due Dates:
Undergraduates: Fall Fees Due: September 6, 2019
Winter Fees Due: January 10, 2020
Spring/Summer Fees Due:  First Day of Session Start
Consecutive Education Students:

Fall Fees Due: September 6, 2019
Winter Fees Due: January 10, 2020

Graduate Studies Students:

Fall Fees Due: September 6, 2019
Winter Fees Due: January 10, 2020
Spring Fees Due: May 9, 2020

PHD Students:

Fall Fees Due: September 6, 2019
​Winter Fees Due: January 10, 2020
Spring/Summer Fees Due: May 9, 2020

​**Nipissing University reserves the right to modify published fees and the regulations governing refunds without advance notice.**​

Non-payment of fees may render a student ineligible for registration in future sessions. In addition, students who are in financial arrears to the university may face deregistration from future courses and will not be issued their transcripts of record, statement of standing, degree or related evidence of their academic progress until such time as their account is cleared.​