How to pay your tuition
To find out how to pay your tuition, check out the options below, or refer to our Financial Aid page if you are planning to pay tuition with your loan.
Avoid lineups and pay your tuition online. Here's what you'll need to do:
- Log onto your MyBVC.ca account
- Click 'Online Services'
- Click 'Make a Payment'
- Use your Visa or Mastercard to make your payment
To pay your tuition or fees in person, visit the Office of the Registrar.
Bow Valley College accepts the following payment methods:
- Interac Direct Payment
- Visa or Mastercard
- Money order
- Certified cheque
- Purchase order
- Personal cheques (post-dated cheques are not accepted)
To make your tuition payment by phone, call the Office of the Registrar at 403-410-1400. Have your Visa or Mastercard number ready, as well as your six-digit Bow Valley College Student ID number.
You can also send your cheque or money order by mail to the address below. Please include your Bow Valley College Student ID number with your written request.
Office of the Registrar and Enrolment Services
Bow Valley College
345 - 6 Avenue SE
Calgary, AB T2G 4V1
Tuition and fee deadlines
For learners in courses and programs that follow Bow Valley College's standard term dates, the fee deadline is the business day prior to the first date of classes. Visit the Important Dates page for a listing of upcoming tuition and refund deadlines.
For learners in open entry and Continuing Education courses, fees are due at the time of registration.
Full-time fees vs. part-time fees
Students in most Bow Valley College programs have their pace determined and fees assessed based on their credit load. Students who have full-time course credits or more for their program will be assessed full-time fees; students who have less than full-time credits will be assessed part-time fees.
Please note, your pace may affect your funding eligibility.
Important information for funded students
If an Alberta Works funding application has been completed and submitted, your statement of account may indicate an "Estimated financial aid amount". If there is no estimated financial aid amount noted on the invoice, no funding application has been submitted. If funding is not approved, the student will be responsible for immediate payment of the entire balance of tuition and fees. Material fees are not paid directly to the College as part of funding. Students are to pay the materials fees by the fee deadline.