Payment Options

Paying credit tuition and fees and residence payments

Students have a variety of ways to pay. Please see below for some of the options available for making payments.

Students should make themselves aware of the last day to pay and the policies on refunds (no refunds after the Last day to Add/Drop for Credit Program students).


Credit Program Tuition

  • Online/Internet Banking *Your ID will be your account number*
  • Telephone Banking
  • By mail (cheque)
  • NEW* Credit Card (online only – please note associated fees)
    https://onlinepayment.mhc.ab.ca/

Payment may be taken in person, and cash will be accepted if no other option exists for a student. Students should take every effort to avoid cash payments when possible.

Payment plans are available with a $50 administrative fee and they must be completed prior to the last day to pay tuition for the term. To set-up a payment plan, please email registration@mhc.ab.ca between the last day to drop and the last day to pay tuition in the term you are seeking a plan.

Check out fees and our cost estimator here.


International Credit Program Tuition

In addition to the methods listed for credit program tuition, international students can also access:

  • Global Pay for Students
    • Western Union Business Solutions

      Global Pay for Students allows students to transfer in their local or chosen currency directly to Medicine Hat College in Canadian Funds at a reasonable exchange rate.

    • Wire transfer is also available, please use Global Pay or connect with us at 403.529.3844 for more details about wire transfer options.

Conservatory

Access more information about tuition and payments here.

International Homestay or Residence

Students in Residence can make payments online (credit or debit) through their Residence Portal. Students may also wish to use any of the payment types listed above (Western Union Global Pay is limited to International Students).


Continuing Studies

Fees are payable at the time of registration. For more information click here.


Apprentices

Fees are due two weeks before the beginning of class by the following methods:

  • In person (cash, cheque/money order, debit)
  • By mail (cheque)
  • Online/Internet Banking
  • Telephone Banking

Unpaid tuition will result in an automatic withdrawal from classes and your seat offered to the next person on the waiting list

Sponsored students must supply a letter in order to waive the require deposit when registering or pay the deposit themselves to save a seat. Proof of sponsorship must be provided prior to registering.