Methods of Payment


Student Payment Methods

1.  By debit card

This method of payment must be conducted in person in the Business Office. Make sure you have cleared any larger amounts with your bank to ensure your credit facility is not compromised. 


2. By cheque

Payment can be made in person at the Business Office or mailed to Providence University College & Theological Seminary.  Please ensure the memo filed is filled out with the student’s name if the cheque is from a second party.


3. By payment arrangement with Rotessa

Providence University College & Theological Seminary is pleased to partner with Rotessa to provide you the opportunity to split your tuition into manageable payments that can be withdrawn directly from your bank account. To set up and review the terms and conditions of a Providence’ Rotessa Payment Plan, feel free to contact the Financial Aid Officer.

“In partnership with participating colleges & universities in Canada, Rotessa provides a simple and affordable way for you to split your tuition into manageable payments throughout your current academic term. Rotessa payment plans provide a sensible solution to help you out when you need a little flexibility. Our payment program allows you to pay for current academic term expenses out of monthly income and savings. Perhaps you earn money while you study, waiting on funds from another source, or have help from family, a payment plan is the difference between accomplishing your dream, or putting it off for another year. Go ahead, follow your dreams!”


4. By Inter-bank Transfer (wire) into our account:

The Royal Bank of Canada
288 Main St.
Steinbach, Manitoba, Canada, R5G 1Y8
Account: 100 252 6
Transit Number: 06117
Bank Number: 003
Providence University College
10 College Cres.
Otterburne, MB R0A 1G0
Phone: 204-433-7488
In the comment section, enter the student's name and student number.


 5. Online Bill Payment from your Bank

For those who bank with a Manitoba Credit Union, Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of Montreal, CIBC, and/or Scotia Bank, Providence University College is set up as a payee in bank’s online Bill Payment System.

Providence is also set up with the central system used by Canadian credit unions for Bill Payments. Please check with your credit union.

Please ensure that you enter the student number with your bill payment.

6. By MoneyGram:

Payable to: Name of your Admissions Counselor (c/o Providence University College and Seminary)
Address: 10 College Crescent
City: Otterburne
Province: Manitoba
Postal Code: R0A 1G0
Country: Canada
Phone Number: (204) 433-7488

Please send us the following information (so that I can pick up the money):

a. MoneyGram reference number

b. The name (FIRST and LAST), address, and phone number of sender (as it appears on the receipt)
c. The name of the student (if different from the sender)
d. The amount of the transfer
e. The test question (if used)
f. When the funds were sent (so we know when to pick it up)
g. A readable scan of the receipt (if possible)

*Please note that Housing Damage Deposits & Payments may be paid online, via cheque (only Canadian cheques accepted) or over the phone with Visa or Mastercard.

IMPORTANT! Providence reserves the right to the following recourse steps should you fail to provide payment or payment arrangements in a timely manner:

  • Delay the processing of your course registration
  • Cancel your course registration
  • Remove you from your course (preventing access to our online learning platform or our class lectures)
  • Refuse to sign confirmation of enrolment documents or issue confirmation of enrolment letters to third parties such as your student loan or RESP provider
  • Prevent you from writing your final exam
  • Withhold your final grade
  • Withhold your transcript (both unofficial and official)
  • Prevent you from registering for any additional classes, both this semester and in the future
Providence may employ these recourses separately or in conjunction in order to encourage payment for the course.


10 College Crescent
Otterburne, Manitoba, Canada, R0A 1G0
Phone: (204) 433-7488 or (800) 668-7768
Fax: (204) 433-7158
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