How to Make a Deposit Payment
Deposits for the fall admissions can be made starting on June 1, 2021. The payment is due by June 15, 2021. If you have been issued an offer of admission after June 1st, your deposit is due by the confirmation date listed on your offer. If Ryerson does not receive your confirmation deposit by this deadline, your place in the program may be forfeited.
Your deposit fee is non-refundable, and is part of your tuition fees.
Please note that Ryerson neither requests or accepts payment in Bitcoin, Litecoin or other cryptocurrencies.
To help you during these challenging COVID-19 times, all Winter 2021 and Spring 2021 admissions deposits will be reduced by 50% Fall 2021 deposits will be required as per below.
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Deposits should be made using online or telephone banking:
- Add Ryerson University - Tuition and Res Fees (or Ryerson University) as a payee
- Your 9-digit Ryerson Number (found on your Offer of Admission) is your account number
- Visit Fees and Finances for detailed payment instructions and FAQs
If you are making a payment online, please make sure you pay well in advance of the deadline to allow for processing.
Confirming your deposit was received
You can confirm your deposit was received by Ryerson on RAMSS, which is accessed via my.ryerson.ca. A negative balance in the Student Fees section of your Student Centre on RAMSS indicates a credit on your account, confirming your deposit was received.
A Deposit Statement, which can be used as a receipt and proof of payment, is available via the Deposit Statement (.PDF) link in the Student Fees section of your Student Center on RAMSS. See instructions, opens in new window for accessing your Deposit Statement.
Offers Issued after June 1
If you have been issued an offer of admission on or after June 1, your confirmation deposit is due when you confirm your offer, by the confirmation date outlined in your offer. You can pay your confirmation deposit using the same methods listed above.