Your Student Account is payable before you are able to begin your classes.
If you are expecting to receive finances through an outside source (e.g., student loan, scholarship/bursary) you must provide written proof of loan or financial assistance to the Registrar prior to the first day of class in each semester. Apply 6 to 8 weeks prior to the start of the semester for funding.
Also Note that most outside funding requires that your progress be monitored. As such, you will need to make sure that you are making progress in your courses to maintain eligibility. IE Student Loans.
Payment of your account may be made by E-Transfer, online bill payment through your bank, cheque, or through your Student Portal via Paypal or credit card. PLEASE NOTE: Paying by debit card may not be possible as most debit cards have a withdraw limit less than the cost of tuition and fees, check with your bank to be sure.
- Setting up an online bill payment is easy as Rocky Mountain College is set upas a Payee with most of the major Canadian banks(Scotiabank,CIBC,TD,BMO,RBC,ATB)
All you need to do is:
- log into your online banking account
- select the "bill payment" section
- select the "Add Payee" option (different banks may title this section differently)
- when you are in that screen simply search for Rocky Mountain College and add our institution as a payee.
- when prompted, you will be asked for a customer number- this is you Student ID number found on your acceptance letter.
- proceed as normal in selecting the payment amount and funds will be processed within a day or two.
Tuition Refund and Dropped Course
Tuition refund schedule for Dropped Course:
Dropped before 10% of course material covered or 10% of the course time has elapsed, 100% tuition refund except for a $20 admin. fee.
- Dropped between 10% and 30% of course material covered or time elapsed, 50% tuition refund except for a $20 administration fee.
- Dropped after 30% of course material covered or time elapsed, no tuition refund.
- Dropped before 10% of course material covered or 10% of the course time has elapsed, no grade applied.
- Dropped between 10% and 50% of course material covered or time elapsed, a VW (Voluntary Withdrawal) grade is recorded.
- Dropped after 50% of course material covered or time elapsed an F grade is recorded.