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    Pay upfront at St. George's?

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    Hi,

    Do entering students at SGU have to pay their tuition fees a month or so before start of the semester? In other words, can students pay after their loans are disbursed? Or do they have to come up with the first semester tuition fees out of their own pockets? By loans I am referring to private ones such as Ed Invest or Canhelp.

    Thanks in advance.

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    all bills must be paid before you can register for classes.
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    You are responsible for your deposits prior to start of classes. You can make arrange to use your loan money to pay your second deposit, but you must make these arrangements with Bayshore prior to their due date. They will wait for disbursement. Ed-Invest disburses on the August 8th, for other lenders speak with the lender and Bayshore to confirm arrangements.
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    RE: Pay up front?

    Thanks for the input!

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    With the exception of the initial $1,000 seat deposit, all other financial obligations to the University can be deferred until the disbursement of your loans (but you must have applied and approved for said loans.)
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    question..

    so when you are paying upfront is that for the term you are entering only, or for the entire year?

    Also, how do Canadians pay for tuition, would you bring a certified check or do you send it through registered mail?

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    per term
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    1) Bills/payment/loans are generated/paid/disbursed one term at a time.

    2) Not a Canuck.
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    Re: question..

    Quote Originally Posted by Cotterpin_Doozer
    so when you are paying upfront is that for the term you are entering only, or for the entire year?

    Also, how do Canadians pay for tuition, would you bring a certified check or do you send it through registered mail?
    When I paid my tuition I simply wired the money from my bank to the school's bank account. It was pretty simple. There was a service charge for it though. $25 canadian. The bank will do the money conversion for you as well. SGU's financial aid people should call to confirm they received the money. It should all be discussed in the package they send you.

    For succeeding terms you get statements from SGU telling you how much you owe less scholarships and loans... anything outstanding you simply wire money again to cover it.

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