A range of options are available to make payments on your account.
All payments must be made online. Humber does not accept in-person payments.
When making a payment through online banking, your Humber username (e.g. N00000000) is your "account number/reference number" and the "payee" is Humber College. To avoid paying late fees, make sure you allow enough time for your payment to be processed. It could take between three to five business days for Humber to receive an online payment, so please plan accordingly.
Payments can be made through MyHumber using Visa or MasterCard. If you pay by credit card, a service fee will apply. The fee is billed at a rate of 2.25 per cent of the payment amount and is paid directly to Moneris Solutions. As it is not a Humber fee, it will not appear as a transaction in MyHumber. Instead, this fee will appear as a separate item on your credit card statement.
Thanks to a partnership with the HigherEdPoints program, students, families, and friends can redeem loyalty points to help offset college fees. Points can be converted into $250 tuition credit increments to be deposited directly to your student account. Students can redeem and convert their own points or family and friends can convert points for a student of their choice. Details about the process can be found at higheredpoints.com/how-it-works.
A student's tuition and fees can be billed directly to a sponsor such as an Indigenous community, employer, or government agency, permitting that sponsor and student to enter into a 'third-party contract' with Humber. Both the sponsor and student are responsible for completing the necessary steps to confirm the contract by fee due dates and ensure the student's account is not affected. Students with a confirmed third-party contract will be considered to have arranged to pay the balance of their tuition fees and will be permitted to register for classes. Visit humber.ca/admissions/fees/sponsorship for more details.
Confirmation of Academic Standing or Enrolment is required to release RESP funds. You must be enrolled in courses for the specific term to have the RESP form verified by the Office of the Registrar. Submit your RESP form by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is a financial aid program that can help you pay for the college through grants and loans. Students who have applied and been approved for OSAP funding for the full amount of their tuition will be considered to have arranged to pay the balance of their tuition fees and will be permitted to register for classes. Visit humber.ca/financial-aid and ontario.ca/osap for more details.
Find out if a bank-issued student line of credit is right for you. Visit humber.ca/admissions/test/student-fees-financial-resources/osap-and-student-loans/student-lines-of-credit or contact your financial institution (bank) for more information.
Discover more ways to budget and plan to pay for your education by exploring Humber's Student Fees & Financial Resources Hub. Visit humber.ca/admissions/student-fees-financial-resources for more information.