Fees and Payment Schedules
 

2016 - 2017 Residence Fees


Important Residence Payment Information for Students

Effective for the 2016-17 academic year, all residence charges will appear on your Aurora student account. All residence fees, charges, and services etc., will be added to your Aurora account along with tuition and other University charges. Residence fee deadlines will be noted on a student’s Aurora account and payment options, including on-line banking, can be found here: http://umanitoba.ca/admin/financial_services/revcap/payment.html. 

 

Fall term residence payments can be made at any time, however please note that room and meal plan charges for fall 2016 will not be added to student accounts until Thursday, Sept. 1 and therefore will not appear on Aurora until then. Amounts due for residence payments can be found here: http://umanitoba.ca/housing/images/1617_Rate_Table-FULL_YEAR.pdf or by contacting the Student Residences Office at 204-474-9922.

 

Students wanting to make an in-person payment by cash, cheque or Interac before, during or after move-in weekend may do so at the Cashier’s Office. The Cashier’s Office is located on the main level of University Centre beside the Bookstore. The office will be open from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm on Saturday, September 3 and Sunday September 4. Regular hours for the Cashier’s Office are 8:30-4:00 Monday to Friday (closed Monday, September 5).

 

Residence payments will no longer be accepted at the Student Residences administration office with the exception of the following:

 

1.     Residence application fees and downpayments can still be paid online via the Residence Application Portal.

2.     International students wishing to pay residence fees by VISA, International Visa Debit or MasterCard may do so but these payments can only be made at the Residence Office. The Cashier’s Office will not accept credit cards.

3.     All ICM students and student applicants not admitted to U of M by September 1, 2016 must pay all fees to the Student Residence Office directly.

 

If you have questions about the new residence charge and payment process, please contact resacc@umanitoba.ca for more information.


The following rates are for the September 2017 to April 2018 academic year.

2017-2018 Rate Card** 

 ► Current Fee Payment Schedule

Below are the rate schedules for the 2016-2017 Academic Year (these rated were updated April 2016):

PLEASE NOTE: There is a $100 charge for students who intend to stay in residence over the December/January Holiday Break. Please see the information in the panel on the right for more details.


 Things To Know

  • If you miss a payment deadline, you will be charged a $50 late fee.
  • Students are responsible for checking their Aurora Student account, email and mailboxes on a regular basis for residence fee balances.
  • Unpaid accounts will result in your University of Manitoba account being placed on HOLD, which prevents you from using most campus services, including libraries, and can result in eviction.
  • Due to FIPPA (privacy laws), the Residence Office CANNOT discuss a student's account with ANYONE other than the student. If a student wants the Student Residences Office to release information to a specified person, they must provide written permission to the Student Residences Office.

Residence Fees

  • The Board of Governors has approved the Room and Meal Plan rates (8 months) at their March meeting.
  • The rates are for the September to April regular academic year.
  • For students staying only one semester (Fall or Winter(, rates are approximately half the amounts listed.

Sponsorship

For more information on paying residence fees through a sponsoring agency, please see:
http://umanitoba.ca/admin/financial_services/revcap/sponsorship.html

Council and Programming Fees

These additional fees are included in the Residence Rates:
- A Residence Council fee of $45 (University College Residence $60)
- A ResLife Programming Fee of $80

Staying in Residence over the December/January Holiday Break

  • Students wishing to remain in residence over the December/January holiday break will be required to declare their intent to stay during this period and there will be an additional extended stay fee of $100. This fee is over and above the residence room rate (see Section 1.3 of the Residence Contract - Residence Service Interruptions). During the holiday period, campus services (within and outside of residences) are limited, but basic levels of caretaking and 24-hour security will be provided for students who have declared their intent to stay.
  • An application process will be required and all residents will be emailed more information midway through the Fall term on how to apply. Students who do not apply and pay the fee will not be permitted to stay in residence as it is outside of the term contract dates (stated in Section 1.2 of the Residence Contract - Occupancy Term Dates). However, they may leave their belongings in their room. The University is closed from Friday, December 23, 2016 to Monday, January 2, 2017 inclusive.


Applied to Residence, but not accepted by University of Manitoba

If you make the $1,000 residence down payment and are not accepted to attend the University of Manitoba, you may be eligible for a refund. In order to be considered for a refund, you must supply a copy of the email or letter you received from the University to residence@umanitoba.ca immediately upon receiving the letter. Once we receive a copy of the letter, you will be notified as to the refund amount you are eligible to receive.

Please note the Admissions Office and Faculty Offices do not notify the Residence Office of whether or not students are accepted. It is your responsibility to cancel your residence application or you will be responsible for the full room and meal plan fees.

For more information, please contact:

Residence Office
101 Arthur V. Mauro Residence
120 Dafoe Road
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB  R3T 6B3

Ph: 204-474-9922
Fax: 204-474-7662
Email: residence@umanitoba.ca

Ready to Apply?

A non-refundable $50 Application Fee is required to accompany your Residence Application, which can be paid online by credit card.

 Residence Payments for ICM and Late Admittance U of M Students Only

  • September (Term 1) and January (Term 2) residence fee payments MUST be paid at or mailed to the Arthur V. Mauro Residence Office.
  • We accept payments in the form of cheque, money order, travelers cheque, bank draft, debit card and cash.
  • Funds in tuition or ICM accounts intended to cover residence fees require a transfer request from the student. Please allow three (3) days for any tuition transfers.
  • For more information about methods of residence fee payments for international students, please contact the Residence Office at 204-474-9922 or email

Cheques, Bank Drafts and Money Orders:

  • Cheques are to be made payable to The University of Manitoba, Residences.
  • We do not accept post-dated cheques.
  • Please ensure your name and student number are on the cheque.
  • If you are mailing your fees, please send to:

    University of Manitoba
    Arthur V. Mauro Residence Office
    101-120 Dafoe Road
    Winnipeg, MB  R3T 6B3

Debit Cards:

  • Ensure your daily withdrawal limit allows for the funds required to make the full payment. If you are unsure whether your your daily limit can cover the required withdrawal, or you know that an increase to your allowable daily limit is required, contact your bank prior to your arrival in residence.
  • If you are unable to raise your daily limit, you may make partial payments leading up to the payment deadline but the full payment must be received on time to avoid late fees.

Credit Cards:

  • Only International students have the option to pay their September (Term 1) or January (Term 2) residence payments by VISA or MasterCard. However, this must be done in person or by telephone. Credit card information will not be accepted by email, standard mail or fax. Credit card information submitted by an applicant/resident or by a third party, whereby the primary cardholder is not the applicant/resident, must be called into our Residence Office directly at 204-474-9922 or toll-free at 800-859-8737 during regular office hours: 8:30am - 4:30pm (CT) Monday through Friday.

Cash:

  • We accept only Canadian and U.S. Currency.
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Residence Fees

The Board of Governors has approved the Room and Meal Plan rates (8 months) at their March meeting.

The rates are for the September to April regular academic year.

For students staying only one semester (Fall or Winter), rates are approximately half the amounts listed.


Council and Programming Fees

These additional fees are included in the Residence Rates listed to the left:

• A Residence Council Fee of $45 (University College Residence $60)
• A ResLife Programming Fee of $80


Staying in Residence over the December/January Holiday Break

Students who wish to remain in residence over the December/January holiday break will be required to declare their intent to stay during this period and there will be an additional extended stay fee of $100.00. This fee is over and above the residence room rate (see section 1.3 of the Residence Contract - Residence Service Interruptions). During the holiday period, campus services (within and outside of residences) are limited, but basic levels of caretaking and 24 hour security will be provided for students who have declared their intent to stay.

An application process will be required and all residents will be emailed more information midway through the Fall term on how to apply. Students who do not apply and pay the fee will not be permitted to stay in residence as it is outside of the term contract dates (stated in section 1.2 of the Residence Contract - Occupancy Term Dates) however they may leave their belongings in their room. The University is closed from Friday, December 23, 2016 to Monday, January 2nd, 2017 inclusive.


Ready to Apply?

A $50.00 Application Fee (non-refundable) is required to accompany your Residence Application which can be paid online by credit card.