Financial information

Frequently asked questions

  • How can I pay my fees? - Learn more about our payment options.
  • When are fees due for Graduate Students? - Fees are always due by the third Wednesday of the term, with the specific date specified in the official Calendar of Academic Dates.
  • Will I get a statement confirming my fees? - Statements are not mailed, as a student always has access to their web statement to view their charges and payments. This is accessible by logging into eServices (eServices is found by logging into the MyUNB portal), and clicking "Financial" and then "Fee Statement".
  • Do I have to pay my full year tuition and fees up front? - Fees are billed to your account by term and you are only required to pay for the term you are billed for, however you are able to pay in advance for future terms.

Scholarships

Our students, both current and future, have access to a number of internal and external awards. Some awards require an application from the student, while for others the students are considered automatically without an application.

Our Tri-Council application process occurrs each fall, with workshops and application guides available to students interested to apply.

Earn while studying

Our graduate students have access to job opportunities, including teaching and research assistantships while registered as a graduate student.