Payment Methods

Payment Methods & Due Dates

International Students

The following forms of payment are accepted:

International students must apply for a Canadian bank account in order to have funds available for payment of all incidental personal expenses, such as taxi cab rides, medical prescriptions and other incidentals. If living in the dorm, staff will assist with this process.

Domestic Students

All students must submit their payment with their Tuition Payment Form.

In July, you should have received a copy of your tuition statement and payment form for your child(ren). Tuition payments are due by September 2, 2022. Early payment discounts are only available to Saskatchewan students and will apply if tuition is paid before August 12, 2022. 

The following forms of payment are accepted:

  • Debit
    • Via Interac e-transfer (only available for Canadian Financial Institutions)
      Please note: to avoid delays in having the payment applied to your account, please include in the comments/message area, the student first name, student last name, student ID (if you know it), reason for e-transfer (i.e. tuition, bus fees, meal plan fees). Luther College is registered for auto-deposit, therefore, Luther will receive the funds immediately and a security question and answer will not be required.
    • In person at 1500 Royal Street.
  • Credit card
  • Cash
    • In person only at 1500 Royal Street.
  • Cheque
    • Made payable to: Luther College, Regina
    • Mailed to: Luther College High School
      Attn: Finance Office
      1500 Royal Street
      Regina, SK  S4T 5A5

Currency and Fees

All payments for domestic and international students must be made in Canadian funds. Students are responsible for all bank fees, including charges for wire transfers and payments through Open Apply, Luther College’s online application process.

Luther College will not advance or hold funds on behalf of a student.            

Penalty for Late Payment

All accounts overdue by 15 days or more may be charged a late payment fee of prime plus 3% interest.