Payment is not accepted on campus.
- Bill Payment - Preferred and Quickest Method
Our preferred method for a Canadian payment is electronic banking as it is the quickest and most secured method of payment. Use ‘Carleton University‘ as the bill payee name and the student number as the account number. Payments may take up to three business days to be processed.
- HigherEdPoints Program
Students can now fund their school fees by converting Aeroplan® Miles, TD Travel Rewards points, or CIBC Aventura points through HigherEdPoints.com.
35,000 Aeroplan® Miles can be converted into $250.
62,500 TD Travel Rewards points can be converted into $250.
35,000 CIBC Aventura® points can be converted into $250.
Students can also convert the loyalty points of family members and friends to help pay for their tuition.
For more information and to set up an account, visit http://www.higheredpoints.com/
- Canadian Cheque, Canadian Money Order, Canadian Bank Draft (No Cash)
Mail: Canadian Cheque, Canadian Money Order, Canadian Bank Draft (No Cash)
Payments may be made by Canadian cheque, Canadian money order or Canadian bank draft by mailing it to the following address:
P.O. Box 4275, Postal Station “A”
Toronto, ON, M5W 5V8
Be sure to include your student number and name on the front of the cheque.
The above address is a post office box and any payments sent via courier or that otherwise require a signature upon delivery can not be accepted. Payments at this address are processed directly by the bank. Cheques will be processed immediately regardless of the cheque date.
Carleton University does not accept foreign currency or postdated cheques. Cheques must have a current date and be in Canadian dollars in order to be processed.
Cheques and money orders should be made payable to Carleton University. Personal cheques are accepted but the University reserves the right to cancel the use of this method by any student if it is abused. Students must also allowed enough time for processing to avoid late payment charges. Late payment charges will not be removed if students do not allow enough time for mailing and processing to occur prior to a term deadline.