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Once you are admitted

If you just received an offer of admission to Saint Paul University, read your offer of admission very carefully!

  1. Check your name
  2. Respond to your offer of admission
  3. Register for courses
  4. Residence
  5. Pay your tuition and other mandatory fees
  6. Learn about important dates and deadlines

1. Check your name

Ensure that the name in the offer of admission and on the application form is your legal name (it MUST be identical to the name in your passport). If the name that appears is incorrect, you must immediately contact international@ustpaul.ca with the corrections and your student number to obtain new documents for visa and study permit purposes.

2. Respond to your offer of admission

You must respond to your offer of admission NO LATER THAN THE DATE INDICATED on the Response Sheet.

3. Register for courses

Once you have replied “yes” to your offer of admission, you can register by contacting the academic assistant of your faculty. Remember that early registration offers you more flexibility in your course selection!

You can find out more about the suggested order of courses for your program on your faculty website.

Questions about registration

If you have received an offer of admission and have questions about registering for courses, please contact:

Robin Saliba for undergraduate studies: rsaliba@ustpaul.ca or (613) 236-1393, ext. 2235 

Francine Quesnel for graduate studies: fquesnel@ustpaul.ca or (613) 236-1393,ext. 2247

4. Residence

Saint Paul University offers its students the opportunity to live in residence on campus, just minutes from downtown Ottawa. The residence has 90 fully furnished private rooms with high-speed Internet access, cable TV, and telephone with free local calls and voice mail. Each room has an adjoining shared kitchen.

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5. Pay your tuition and other mandatory fees

Tuition fees

Please note that your tuition fees will appear on your account only once you have registered in your chosen courses, and that you have several payment options. Tuition and other mandatory fees indicated in the information which accompanies your offer of admission are for full-time undergraduate studies. The Board of Governors reserves the right to change tuition fees, ancillary fees without notice.

The most efficient method of payment from outside Canada is a bank transfer. Take into consideration the fact that financial institutions require at least 10 days to process international transfers in order to respect the payment dates.

Note: Because your student account is NOT a bank account, it is impossible to withdraw leftover money.  All refunds will be transferred back to the original financial institution.

Note: International students who do not pay their tuition and UHIP fees (University Health Insurance Plan) will be asked to withdraw from the program.

6. Learn about important dates and deadlines

Payment deadline dates

Make sure you pay attention to the payment deadline dates. A fee of at least $35 CDN will be charged if tuition fees are paid late, to a maximum of $100 CDN if registration is completed after the deadline. (The University reserves the right to raise these fees without notice.)

Please go to the following link for ALL payment and course deadline dates.

Tuition fees

Please consult the tuition fee schedule and click on International Students for all the details.

Academic year, reading week and exam schedule

At Saint Paul University, the university year includes three sessions:

  • the fall session: from September to December;
  • the winter session: from January to April;
  • the spring/summer session: from May to August.*

* Please note that not all courses are offered during this session.


Consult the university calendarfor important deadlines.