Ways to Pay
It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that payments are received at Brandon University by the payment due date.
A popular method of payment is via online banking. It’s just like paying a bill online! Just add Brandon University as the payee under ‘Pay a Bill’ and remember to use your 6 digit student number as the account number.
If you are an ACC student, you will get a BU student number solely for residence charges. You will see it on your Room Assignment. Please use this designated student number when sending funds via online banking.
Brandon University is not set up to accept e-transfers.
Other Ways to Pay Online
You can also payments by make payments using
- Wire Transfers
For more information on these options, click below.
Payments made by cheque, money order, bank draft, cash or debit
Please make cheques payable to Brandon University.
c/o Ancillary Services
Payments can be done at the Ancillary Services Office, located on the main floor of McMaster Hall, during business hours.
Payments made by sponsors, students loans or bursary/scholarships.
If your fees are covered by a sponsor, please make sure our office has your sponsors information. This would have been asked on your Residence Application. No other action is required regarding payment.
If you are waiting on student loans, please send confirmation of loan (documentation) to email@example.com
The Residence Deposit cannot be paid using confirmation of student loan. Payment must be made by the date specified on the Room Assignment, regardless.
If you are waiting on bursaries or scholarships, which can be applied to housing charges, please send our office documentation confirming this. We will add this information to your residence file.
The Residence Deposit cannot be paid using confirmation of bursary or scholarship. Payment must be made by the date specified on the Room Assignment, regardless.
In all other instances, residence charges should be paid, in full, prior to arrival.
Students are committing to a lease agreement when accepting their room offer. Students who choose to withdraw will be held financially responsible.