Student Financial Services

The Student Financial Services team is ready to help you in person or remotely with all of your financial needs.  We will have a reduced number of staff on-site starting on Tuesday, September 8, 2020 from 10am to 4pm.  Face coverings are required if you are planning to come to the Finance Office in person and all COVID-19 protocols will be followed.

To pay your tuition in person using debit or cheque or to speak with someone in person regarding your financial aid (OSAP) or awards, you can do so Monday-Friday, 10am to 4pm.  Please call ahead (705-474-3450 ext. 4419) or email (finance@nipissingu.ca) to let us know when you will be coming in.  Nipissing University staff will be at the front entrance to greet you and direct you towards the Finance Office.  The preferred method of payment is using online banking.

We will endeavour to respond as quickly as possible to your phone and email messages and appreciate your patience as there may be a delay. 

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:

For payment through OSAP
Remaining term balance

Undergraduates &

Consecutive Education

Fall Fees Due: September 11, 2020                     

September 21

Winter Fees Due: January 15, 2021 January 22, 2021 
Spring/Summer Fees Due:  First Day of Session Start

Graduate Studies

Fall Fees Due: September 11, 2020

September 21 

Winter Fees Due: January 15, 2021 January 22, 2021
Spring Fees Due: May 7, 2021 May 14, 2021

​**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.​