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Hi guys! Just hoping someone can help! I was accepted after June 1st and I’ve provisionally accepted Western. I can’t figure out where to pay the $500 deposit? Can’t see it in my statement of account? 

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You need to add the university as a bill payee through your bank (easily done through online banking), with the account number payable set as your student ID. You’ll see it’s been processed when Student Services shows a -500.00 balance.

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8 hours ago, TobyFlenderson said:

You need to add the university as a bill payee through your bank (easily done through online banking), with the account number payable set as your student ID. You’ll see it’s been processed when Student Services shows a -500.00 balance.

Amazing thank you so much 

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