Scholarship (Graduate, Department, Tuition, Entrance, external, and Tri Agency) payments will be distributed at the beginning of each term.
Research scholarships and stipends are also paid at the beginning of each term.
Pay day for the Fall term is September 10.
Entrance scholarships are paid in one lump sum in the first term of your study.
Visit our website for additional Dates and Deadlines.
You will receive these payments via Interac e-transfer directly from McMaster University. If you have a payment of more than $25,000, it will be paid in two instalments.
These payments will come to you via Direct Deposit to your bank account, as long as you have submitted your Direct Deposit information to Human Resources.
Research scholarship is paid in three lump sum payments at the beginning of each term, and TA pay is bi-weekly.
Visit the HR website for details.
Fees are scheduled to be posted to student’s account the first week of August, but your Financial Aid does not get posted until the beginning of September.
Tuition for Fall 2021 is due on September 25, 2021.
Tuition for Winter 2022 is due on January 25, 2022.
Tuition for Spring/Summer 2022 is due on May 25, 2022.
Please visit the Registrar’s website for more about payment dates.
Tuition and fees are paid through Mosaic.
If you are in Canada, you may pay via online banking or via credit card (MasterCard, Visa). If you are outside of Canada, you may pay via the CIBC International Student Pay platform, or Western Union.
Learn more about paying your tuition and fees on the Registrar website.
For alternative payment methods or assistance, contact the RO via online their chat or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are being paid a Research Scholarship/stipend, TA or RA in lieu, you will need to submit this information to Human Resources.
Also, students hired in TA or RA in lieu of TA positions must fill out and submit the TD1 and TD1ON tax forms. All of these forms can be submitted via email to email@example.com.
Yes, graduate students who are residents of Ontario can apply for Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP).
The Registrar’s Office looks after OSAP and other provincial aid forms and processes.
Visit the Registrar’s Office website for all details, including eligibility and programs that are excluded from this government aid program.
To speak with a member of the Registrar’s team, connect via the RO online chat.