Financial Services Frequently Asked Questions

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Financial Services Frequently Asked Questions

What will my tuition cost?

The cost of your tuition will vary based on what classes you are registered in. You can find a list of fees including additional costs as well as a budget calculator that can help you calculate the amount of tuition you will pay at https://urconnected.uregina.ca/finances/costs.ezc.
 

When is tuition due?

Tuition and fees are due on the first day of classes. However, we do allow a grace period to make your payment before late payment charges are added to the account. Please refer to the current Academic Schedule for the end of penalty-free payment date. Late payment charges are applied at 1.5% of the outstanding balance per month.
 

How can I make payments?

See our Tuition & Fees page under "Tuition & Fees Payment Options." 
 

Can I pay amounts other than the full balance when making payments on UR Self-Service?

Yes. The total amount due does default as the payment amount but you can type over this amount to change it to the amount you wish to pay.
 

Can I sign up for a payment plan?

Unfortunately, we do not offer payment plans. Tuition is due on the first day of classes and we allow a grace period before late payment charges are applied to student accounts. Please refer to the current Academic Schedule for the end of penalty-free payment date. Late payment charges are assessed at 1.5% of the outstanding balance per month. Students can make payments to their account until the tuition is paid. In order to register for the next semester, the account balance needs to be below $500.
 

Can I get a receipt for the tuition and fees I have paid for?

With the new TouchNet program you can now print off E-bills from your UR Self-Service by following the directions below:
Login using your nine digit student ID number and personal PIN number.

  1. Click on Student Services
  2. Click on Student Records
  3. Click on View Account or Make a Payment
  4. Choose E-Bill
  5. Choose Latest Bill
  6. Select statement date from drop down list
  7. Click Print/View Statement
  8. Click OK
  9. To print – Go to File Menu and choose Print
     

When will my T2202A tax form be available?

Your T2202A tax form will be available to print from UR Self-Service by the end of February. Follow the directions below to print out your form:

  1. Select Student Services
  2. Click on Canadian Tax Forms
  3. Select T2202A Tax Credit Form
  4. Select appropriate year from drop-down menu
  5. Select Printable T2202A Form button
  6. Press Submit
  7. Read the notice, then click on Continue
  8. A two-page document appears on your screen. Go to your file menu and choose print.  Print preview the document and adjust as necessary.
  9. Print to your local printer.

The Canadian Government recognizes this document as an official tax receipt.
 

I can't print my T2202A. I only see a blank screen.

1. If using Internet Explorer 9, before viewing account, click “Tools” from the menu bar and then click “Compatibility View.”
2. If this does not work, try using a different browser. Our IT Support suggests using the FireFox browser.

 

My T2202A doesn't open up in a new window.

The pop up blocker may be turned on. Please disable the pop up blocker or allow pop ups for the page.
 

How do I access my Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)?

You will need a form from your RESP provider to be completed by administration to access your RESP.
 

How and when do I apply for student loans?

Please visit the University of Regina's Student Awards & Financial Aid Loans website for information on how to apply for a student loan.
 

Where can I find out about scholarships?

LUTHER COLLEGE
Visit our Scholarships & Bursaries page or contact the Luther Academic Office at 306-585-5444 or Luther.Registration@uregina.ca.

 

UNIVERSITY OF REGINA
Visit the University of Regina's Student Award & Financial Aid website or contact the office at:

Enrolment Services
Room 108 Administration Humanities Building
University of Regina
Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 0A2
306-585-4591 or 
306-585-5559

safa@uregina.ca
 

How much of a payment/deposit is required for Luther’s student residence, The Student Village at Luther College?

A $400 deposit is required to hold your room once your residence application has been confirmed. For more information, please visit www.luthercollege.edu/residence/fees-meal-plan-pricing.
 

Where do I pay for printing and library charges?

Printing charges get added to the student account at the beginning of each month. These charges are always a month behind (e.g. any printing done in April will not show up on the student account until May). Payment for library charges can initially be made at the library. After 50 days the charges will transfer to the student account and can be paid at Financial Services.
 

Who do I contact if I have questions?

You can contact Luther's Financial Office at financeoffice@luthercollege.edu or 306-585-5333 and they would be more than happy to assist you!