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Payment Options

You've got options.

No matter where you're from, we have a payment option for you. Portage College offers several payment methods to help you quickly and easily pay your tuition and student fees.

Ways to pay:

Log into your online banking and add Portage College as a new bill payee. Then, enter your 6 digit student ID number.

Active banks that have Portage College as a bill payee:

ATB Financial

BMO

CIBC

RBC Royal Bank

Scotiabank

Servus Credit Union

TD Canada Trust

  • Visit PaySimply, our secure third party payment provider, to pay online with any major credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express), PayPal, or Interac eTransfer. Then, enter your 6 digit student ID number in the Account Number field. Please allow 3 business days for processing. A convenience fee will be applied to cover payment handling and processing charges.

  • At Canada Post: Debit Card or Cash
    Visit PaySimply, our secure third party payment provider, to generate a QR code to take with you to Canada Post, along with your payment. Then, enter your 6 digit student ID number in the Account Number field. Please allow 3 business days for processing. A convenience fee will be applied to cover payment handling and processing charges.

Due to COVID-19, we advise that students use alternate payment methods.

For your convenience, we accept Visa or MasterCard payments over the phone.

Call 1-866-623-5551 (toll-free), extension 5706.

If you'd like to pay your tuition and student fees by mail, please send a cheque or money order to:

Admissions Office
Portage College
Box 417, Lac La Biche, AB T0A 2C0

Note: We recommend you don't send cash through the mail.

If you're experiencing problems with your payment or if you have any questions, give us a call toll-free at 1-866-623-5551. We'd love to hear from you.

We acknowledge that Portage College’s service region is on the traditional lands of First Nation Peoples, the owners of Treaty 6, 8 and 10, which are also homelands to the Métis people. We honour the history and culture of all people who first lived and gathered in these lands.
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