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During January and February 2022, all client services are available online.  Please visit our information page for links to our eServices.

Domestic Payment Options (Credit Card and Electronic Fund Transfer)

Tuition and related fees, such as: Student Activity Fees, Residence fees and meal plans may be applied to a student's SOLUS account.


Queen's University has partnered with CIBC Student Pay to make paying your student fees easier than ever. This means that you can pay using your preferred credit card or electronic fund transfer and CIBC will transfer the funds to Queen's University to be posted to your student account on SOLUS.

To pay your student account using a domestic credit card, please follow the steps below:

  1. Using your Queen’s NetID, log on to your SOLUS student portal.
  2. Make a note of the amount you need to pay
  3. Assessed fees - On the SOLUS home page, in your Account Summary, click the “Charges by Due Date” link to see how much you owe and the due date for these fees.
  4. Deposit Requirement – you can use this payment method to pay your deposit requirement, if required, as part of your acceptance to your program

On the SOLUS home page, in the Finances section, click the “Pay by International Wire or Domestic Payment Options” link. This will take you away from the Queen’s website, to the CIBC portal. Follow the steps on the CIBC portal for payment instructions. If you need help navigating the CIBC portal, please contact

For MasterCard/Visa:  Paying with credit card is a fast and convenient method to complete your payment online, without needing to visit a bank branch in person.  When completing a payment the Student Pay platform using a credit card,  A CIBC convenience fee will apply.

You can log into the CIBC portal at any time to review the status of your payment.  Your payment should appear in your SOLUS account within 5 business days of you making the payment.  If your payment doesn’t appear in SOLUS by then, please contact