How to Pay

Students are responsible for keeping up to date in paying NIC tuition and fees by the deadlines posted until the completion of their program. Students who have outstanding balances due will encounter financial penalty and restricted abilities, such as registering for courses, attaining official transcripts, etc.

Payment Options

North Island College has partnered with PayMyTuition for international tuition payments. With PayMyTuition, you can make tuition payments from any bank, in any country, with any currency at better than bank exchange rates. Payment through PayMyTuition is fast, simple and cost effective.

Pay through PayMyTuition

Payment methods include bank transfers, debit/credit card in home currency, eWallet payments, and other local options. Pay now with PayMyTuition (international payment):

To pay:

  • Enter payment amount and select payment method
  • Follow the instructions provided to send your payment

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Pay In Person

You may pay with cash, cheque, debit card or credit credit card at the Registrar's Office. Cash Transactions are limited to $1200 per day.

Pay with Credit Card

Visa and MasterCard are accepted. Login in to myNIC to make a payment.

Pay Using Fax Credit Card Form (for new students only)

You can pay by using the Fax Credit Card form.

Other Payment Methods

If you have received a scholarship or award, your student account will be automatically credited. You are responsible for ensuring your tuition and fees are paid by the deadline and recipients will not be excused from late payment.

Students using a third party sponsor will be responsible for any charges not included in the sponsorship agreement and are responsible for paying before deadline.

Payment Schedule

Full payment must be received by the deadline in Canadian dollars. If you are sending payment by wire transfer, be certain payment is received before the deadline. If full fees are not received by the deadline, a $300 penalty is automatically applied to your account. In addition, you may restricted from enrolling in future terms and access to various services, or dropped/withdrawn from courses.

New Students

Tuition and fees for two terms of study are due no later than 30 days from the date on your Letter of Invitation. Payment of this tuition deposit formalizes the acceptance of offer. NIC can only guarantee a seat in your designated program for 30 days.

Continuing Students

A non-refundable tuition deposit of $500 is due July 15th, before the start of the academic year. The tuition deposit must be paid 24 hours before continuing international students can register in courses. Failure to pay deposit by the deposit deadline date will result in a $300 late deposit fee penalty.

Full payment of tuition must be received no later than the first day of class, or earlier for limited entry programs. Deadlines are posted to NIC’s Academic Schedules and Deadlines page. If you are sending payment by wire transfer please ensure you send payment early enough that it is received before the deadline. If full fees are not received by the deadline, a $300 penalty will be automatically applied to your account. In addition, your account will be locked and you may be dropped/withdrawn from your courses, and/or restricted from enrolling in future terms.