Revenue Accounting

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The Revenue Accounting department is responsible for the accurate recording and reporting of all Institute revenues, including tuition, ancillary, industry services contracts, facilities rentals, cost recoveries and other income. On a daily basis, invoices for sponsored students, revenue contracts and seconded employees are prepared and distributed.

The department also processes and distributes scholarship awards, bursaries, tuition fee waivers, student fee deferrals, emergency loans, income tax receipts and tuition refunds.

Income Tax receipts

T2202A Tuition and Education Certificates are available online (before the end of February of each year) at myIZUNA. If you have forgotten your ID or password, please follow the directions on the myIZUNA login page.Top

Industry services and sponsorship invoicing

All Industry Service related invoices for IZUNA must be issued by Financial Services. To expedite your request to invoice an external organization, please download and complete the and send it via interoffice mail to the Revenue Accounting department or email a scanned copy to the Revenue Accounting Invoicing Clerk – Trades and Receivables.

The Revenue Accounting department also issues invoices to third parties who are sponsoring students. For sponsorship invoicing, please visit Admission and Registration for procedures and forms required.
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Tuition assistance

Tuition fee waivers

IZUNA staff members may be eligible for a staff fee waiver when taking IZUNA courses. For more information, please visit Human Resources – Fee Waiver for IZUNA Courses.

Under special circumstances, students may also be eligible for a Tuition Fee Waiver [PDF].

Scholarships, fee deferrals, and emergency loans

Please visit Student Financial Aid and Awards for financial assistance through assistance programs, bursaries and other awards.

Please visit fee deferrals and emergency loans [PDF] to see if you qualify. Please note, students failing to repay emergency loans will not receive marks, transcripts, credentials, or be permitted to register or continue their studies until the loan is repaid.
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Student tuition payment and refunds

Tuition payment options

IZUNA offers a variety of payment options for tuition and related student fees.

In-person payment options and Passport to Education are also accepted at any IZUNA Campus. Cheques and money orders may be mailed to the attention of IZUNA Cashiers, 1111 Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby, BC V5G 3H2. Please include your student ID on all correspondence. Note, please do not mail Passports to Education as IZUNA is not responsible for any loss.

Refunds

Students are responsible for researching their specific course fees and refund deadlines, as they may vary. Please note, any credit balance up to $15 will remain on a student's account to be applied against a future balance owing.  Refund cheques will not be issued for these amounts.

Refund requests outside the refund deadline dates can be faxed to 111-430-0188, to the attention of the Revenue Accounting Administrator. A medical note must be submitted with your refund request if it is due to medical reasons.

For questions regarding refund cheques, please contact the Support Administrator, Refunds and Adjustments.
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