Payment Options

Important Notice

Our in-person service is temporarily unavailable to ensure social distancing best practices are adhered to.  We highly encourage you to pay your tuition and fees online.  

Your Account Detail by Term on Dal Online will provide you with current details of your account, including the amount owing, payment history and account activity by term.  

For the 2020/2021 academic year

Fall term fees are due Sept 18, 2020, and Winter term fees are due January 15, 2021. When making any payment you will need to provide:

  • Student Identification Number (Dal ID)
  • Student Name
  • Student Birthdate

Preferred Payment Methods:


Other Payment Methods:


Dal Online (not available for tuition payments)

You can make a payment through Dal Online Student Accounts Web Payments Site for the below fees only.

Student Accounts only accepts credit card payments for:

  • Application fees
  • Admission deposits
  • Residence confirmation deposits
  • Medicine interview fee
  • Law interview fee
  • Commerce supplementary examination fee

Please note: It could take up to 2 business days for the payment to be credited to your account.

By Mail

Tuition payments by mail can be sent to:

Student Accounts
Room 29, Henry Hicks Academic Administration Building
Dalhousie University
6299 South Street, PO Box 15000
Halifax, NS  B3H 4R2

Please note: Cheques and money orders should be made payable to Dalhousie University and reference your student ID (B00XXXXXX).

In-Person (temporarily suspended)

Student Accounts counter service is currently unavailable to ensure social distancing best practices are adhered to.  We highly encourage you to pay your tuition and fees online.  When in-person services resume you will be able to visit us at one of our service locations.


Please note: Money transferred to a student’s account are not to exceed the annual charges associated with tuition and ancillary fees. Funding for off-campus and personal expenses is to be sent directly to the student. Overpayment on a student's account may result in funds being withheld and applied toward future term fees for up to one academic year


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