Hotchkiss Brain Institute Trainee Organization
All major external grant agencies hold information sessions before application deadlines for graduate scholarships. They offer helpful tips and guidelines on how to put together a competitive application package. Keep an eye on posters on notice boards and email reminders from program coordinators.
6. Alberta Graduate Scholarship
How to pay your fees:
NOTE: Starting August 1, 2008, you CANNOT use credit cards to pay your tuition fees. Below are available options.
The University is currently listed with the Royal Bank, CD3C, Bank of Montreal, Scotia bank, and TD Canada Trust, and is in the process of adding others. Your account number is <U of C Student ID number/first 5 characters of your last name> (i.e. 0048632 HONES or 10005238ZIMME) or your entire last name if it is less is less than five characters (i.e. 0048632ISAM). You enter the amount and date to be paid and complete the transaction according to your financial institution's website instructions.
These can be placed in the Fee Drop Box Depository outside Room 122 MacKimmie Library Block (beside the Cashier Wickets) or mailed to the University of Calgary, Service Stop, 117 MacKimmie Library Block, 2500 University Drive NW, Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4. Cheques should be made payable to "The University of Calgary" and include your student number clearly indicated along with the full name. NOTE: It may take up to 3 business days to process any dropped-off payments. To avoid late penalties, please drop off your payment at least 3 days before any deadlines.
If you prefer, you can pay in person by using your debit card or with cash at the Service Stop, located at 117 MacKimmie Library Block (Monday to Friday, 09:30 - 16:30; Thursdays, 10:00 -16:30). If you plan to pay in person by debit card, check with your financial institution to ensure your debit card has an appropriate limit in order to pay the tuition due. Most Financial Institutions are able to temporarily increase the daily spending limit of your debit card. Cash payments in person: For your safety and security, it is not recommended you pay in person with cash. U of C also adheres to the Canadian Currency Act - if choosing cash as your method of payment please review the Currency Act to ensure your cash payment can be accepted.
For questions about tuition and general fee payments contact: Service Stop 403-210-7625 For questions about graduate fee assessments contact: Graduate Studies 403-220-4938 All of this information is available at: http://www.ucalgary.ca/registrar/node/303