Before You Arrive
Financial Requirements to Register Courses and Attend Class
The tuition and fee rates and financial policies are valid between May 1, 2019 and April 30, 2020. The fees stated are correct at the time of publication. Burman University reserves the right to change fees when necessary without notice.
Check Your School Account Balance
Check your current balance on the student account by logging into your CAMS Student Portal.
• Click My Ledger and select the correct term.
o The first total indicates what the total was at the end of the previous term.
o The second total represents the charges and credits for the current term only.
o The third total is the amount unpaid as of today or the amount of credit (represented by parentheses) as of today.
• My Ledger is updated each business day.
• All unpaid amounts must be paid by the end of each term to allow confirmation of registration for subsequent term.
• Compound interest of 1% is charged monthly on all unpaid balances.
New and Continuing Canadian Students:
Click for the Student Spending Plan. This is not a fillable form; please print, complete, sign and
scan/email to SFS@burmanu.ca or fax to 403/782-4107.
• List the number of academic credits for each term, fall and winter. (Full course load is 15 credits per term. Minimum full-time student status requires 9 credits per term.)
• Calculate the tuition cost at current cost per credit.
• The Mandatory Fees are already listed for each term for the full-time student.
• For the Residence Hall and Meal Plan Options, choose your option and add the corresponding cost for each term.
• Add parking fees, transportation fees, weight room membership, athletic team dues, etc. to the Miscellaneous Study Costs. (A minimum of $50 per term is recommended.)
• Enter the amount of summer work earnings and/or scholarships applicable to the school year.
• Subtract the total of applicable summer work and scholarships from the cost of each term.
Is there an amount remaining to be paid? See Payment Options for Fall and Winter Terms.
Citizens of USA, Bermuda, Bahamas
• A $4,000 downpayment must be on deposit in your school account every August prior to the
start of fall term.
• If a new Canadian Study Permit is required, the following financial items must be submitted prior to Burman
University providing the Official Letter of Immigration required to obtain the study permit:
o Student Spending Plan, completed
o Master Promissory Agreement to Pay, completed
o $4,000 downpayment on deposit
• Payment options for the balance of the fees remaining after the $4,000 downpayment are the same as for the Canadian students.