Students must have funds in place for tuition, fees, books and supplies before attending NorQuest College. Tuition and fees are due on or before the first day of the term.

Check your MyQuest account to view your tuition and fees.

Where and how to pay

NorQuest College accepts the following payment methods:


Log in to your bank’s website or mobile banking app and initiate an Interac e-Transfer to

  • You must include your full name and student ID number with your e-Transfer payment. NorQuest College will not be able to apply your payment to your account unless you include a valid student name and ID number. If this information is not provided, your payment may be delayed and subject to financial penalty.
  • Your bank may set limits on the amount you can e-Transfer. Contact your bank with any questions about your daily limit.

The personal information requested with an e-Transfer payment is collected under the authority of section 33(c) of the Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used to apply the payment to your account. Direct any questions about this collection to: Manager, Accounting Services, 10215 108 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5J 1L6, Tel 780.644.5941.

Online banking

Log in to your bank’s website and register to make online bill payments. Allow three to four business days for bank processing. Students may be subject to penalties if funds are received after the payment deadline due to processing times for online banking.

  • Select NorQuest College - Deposit for payment of your non-transferrable tuition deposit to accept an offer of admission
  • Select NorQuest College - Tuition for all other tuition and fees
  • Use your seven-digit student ID number as your account number
Online through MyQuest

Log in and go to your Student Center. Under the Finances heading choose Account Inquiry to see what charges are due. Then select Make a Payment to pay using Visa or MasterCard. Visa Debit and MasterCard Debit are not accepted through MyQuest.

  • A non-refundable, 2.25% convenience fee is charged for credit card payments made through MyQuest.
Flywire (for international payments)

NorQuest College has partnered with Flywire to provide an international payment portal that allows you to save on bank fees and exchange rates, and to track your payments online from start to finish.

  • Execute, track and confirm your payment online. You can choose to receive email and text alerts about your payment.
  • Choose local, familiar payment options including bank transfers, credit cards, e-wallets and more for most countries and territories.
  • Access multilingual customer support via live chat, email, phone or more.

Select your country of origin and preferred payment method, and follow the steps to make your payment.


Visit Flywire to pay.

Payment deadlines

Your tuition and fees must be paid on or before the first day of the term, regardless of your start date throughout the term. Your registration is not complete until all tuition and fees are paid in full.

In some cases, government-funded students and sponsored students may have their tuition paid after the first day of the term. See below for details.

Government-funded students

Students who have been approved for Government of Alberta's Foundational Learner Assistance Program funding will have their tuition and a portion of fees paid directly to NorQuest College. This payment may be applied to the student's account after the first day of the term depending upon approval timelines.

Most government-funded students are responsible for paying a portion of their fees (i.e. program and supplies fees) directly to NorQuest College. Any fees that are not covered by the funding are due to be paid by the first day of term. To avoid the late fee, government-funded students should pay the student portion before the 10% point of the term.

  • Late fee exception: government-funded students are not charged a late fee while waiting for grant funds to be applied to the student account.
Sponsored students

If your tuition and fees are being paid by a sponsor or third party, see Third-party payment for more information about your responsibilities and about how your payment will be submitted.

Penalties for late payment

  • Students who do not pay tuition and fees on time will be restricted from adding classes to current and future terms, receiving grades or transcripts, accessing credentials, and using the library.
  • Students with outstanding fees by the 10% point of the term will be charged a late fee of $100.
  • Students with outstanding fees by the 20% point of the term will be dropped from classes. In accordance with the Withdrawal chart, these students will receive “W” grades and remain responsible to pay 25% of tuition costs, an administrative fee for withdrawal, and all mandatory fees.

Payment for classes starting after first day of term

Payment for all your classes is due at the beginning of the term, regardless of when your classes start during the term.

  • Late fee exception: For students who start classes after the 10% point of the term, the late fee will not be charged until the day after classes begin.

Any student taking open entry/open exit online or Open Studies courses must pay at the time of registration. See Registering in open entry/open exit delivery classes for more information.

If you register in any courses after the first 10% (add/drop period) of a term, you will be expected to pay all assessed tuition and fees at the time of registration. Visit MyQuest to view and pay for your tuition and fees.

Former students with financial holds

Students with outstanding fees must clear their debts with the college before being allowed to re-register or access any college services.

Office of the Registrar

Main floor, Civic Employees Legacy Tower, Edmonton campus 780.644.6000 866.534.7218
Monday - Wednesday, and Friday 8:15 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Closed on weekends and statutory holidays