Pay for tuition and fees with online banking

Pay for tuition and fees with online banking


When you are ready to pay for your tuition and fees the first thing you should do is double check your account balance to see how much you owe. Log into PAWS and open your Tuition and Fees Channel. Select Account Summary by Term and then choose the term in which you owe money. At the bottom of the page you will see The Net Term Balance which is the amount owing in the term that was selected. The net Balance for Other terms is the amount owing for future and/or past terms. And the Account Balance is the total amount owing. For the next step you will need to open a new window and log into your bank’s online banking system. We are using the Royal Bank but the process is similar for most banks. Select Pay Bills. Select Add Payee to add the University of Saskatchewan as a payee if you haven’t already done so. Enter the University of Saskatchewan and submit. The bank will need to know what your customer or account number is at the University. This is your 8 digit student number. You can find this in PAWS or on your student ID card. Now that you have added the U of S as a payee you will need to return the Pay Bills area. It may say something slightly different depending on your Bank. Select the University of Saskatchewan from your list of Payees then enter the amount you owe and submit. Check and make sure the transaction information is correct and then click confirm. You can go to students.usask.ca for more information about tuition and fees.

Danny Hutson

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