You have several options for paying your tuition and fees to CapU.
You can make payments to Capilano University through online banking, in person at your bank, or through your myCapU account. You can also pay in person at the Cashier’s Office, or through other options noted below.
You can easily pay your tuition and fees through online banking with a Canadian bank.
To set up Capilano University as a payee, use your nine-digit Capilano University student ID number for your account number.
It will take at least three business days for your payment transaction to show up in your student account. Hang on to your bank payment receipt until you’re sure the payment has gone through and shows up in your student account.
You can pay in person at the Cashier’s Office by cash, cheque (no post-dated cheques), money order or debit card. Cheques should be made payable to Capilano University.
2055 Purcell Way
North Vancouver, BC
The Cashier's Office accepts:
- tuition fee payments
- Passport to Education Award booklets from the Ministry of Education
- contract payments for those students who are sponsored by an agency (e.g. band funding, HRSDC)
- designated scholarships, bursaries and awards that students receive from external sources outside the University.
We do not accept:
- Dogwood District/Authority Award Scholarships
- Grade 12 Graduation Program Examination Scholarships.
For these, you need to go through the Ministry of Advanced Education.
As long as your student account is paid up, you can access T2202A tax receipts for 2004-2017 through your myCapU account. Select “student records” to view and print your tax slip.
If you have more questions about these forms, talk to the Cashier’s Office.
Interac online payments
Interac Online payments can be made through your myCapU account. The service is available from major banks including Bank of Montreal, Royal Bank, Scotiabank and TD Canada Trust.
However, debit cards that have Visa or Mastercard attached won’t work, since the system considers them to be credit cards.
Learn more about Interac payments on the interaconline website.
Since Fall 2010, you cannot pay your tuition with a credit card. This affects domestic tuition and course-related registration fees.
You can use a credit card to pay application and other non-registration type fees, and CapU accepts credit card payments at the bookstore and for Continuing Education courses.
- International Tuition and Surcharges
- Application Fees
- Program and Other Required Deposits
- Letter Fee
- Transcript Fee
- Continuing Education Course Fees
- Bookstore Purchases
- Diploma / Certificate Replacement Fees
- English Diagnostic Test (EDT) Fee
- Math Placement Test (MPT) Fee
- Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) Fee
- ESL Placement Fee
- Course Outline Fee
- T2202A Replacement Fee
- Theatre Tickets
- Calculator Rentals
- Library Fines
- Domestic Tuition and Surcharges
- Student Union Fees
- Term Enrollment Fee
- U-Pass Fee
- U-Pass Replacement Fee
- CapCard Replacement Fee
- Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) Fee
- Course Challenge Fee
- Late Registration Fee
- Late Payment Fee
- Field Trips
- Student Housing Fee
- Meal Plan Fee
You can pay your school fees with Aeroplan Miles through the HigherEdPoints.com program. With this partnership, students can use Aeroplan Miles to cover their fees at Capilano. If you have 35,000 Aeroplan Miles, that works out to $250 worth of credits at CapU. For more information and to set up an account, visit the HigherEdPoints website.
Western Union Business Solution
For international students, paying through a Western Union Business Solutions transfer allows you to pay the Canadian dollar student fees in the currency of your choice. To use this service, visit Western Union Business Solutions payment page.
You’ll need to provide your name and student number, and should only transfer funds for tuition, fees and other charges to your student account. This should not include living expenses like rent and utilities.
You can also make payments through a wire transfer. Please contact the Cashier's Office for bank account information.