Pre-Authorized Payment Plan

The Pre-Authorized Payment Plan will be available to members for the first time on October 1 for the 2021 fees. Renew for 2020 and sign up for recurring payments for 2021 at the same time or any time after. 

The Pre-Authorized Payment Plan sets up recurring payments on your credit card to prepay next year’s fee. Once you’ve joined the program, your payments continue without any extra thought. By the time membership renewal rolls around, yours is complete. You won’t have to do a single thing with the Association, and the College will know by early October that your professional liability protection is in place.  

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3…


Starting October 1, renew your membership for 2020 with one payment.


Sign up for pre-authorized monthly credit card payments for your renewal for 2021.


Come October 2020, sit back and relax because your Association membership fee has already been collected and the College will know your professional liability protection is in place.

2020 Payment Plan Withdrawals (for 2021 Fees)

Monthly payments will happen on the 1st of each month See the fee schedule below. 

Monthly Fee Schedule

Nov. 1, 2019 to Oct. 1, 2020








In addition to the membership fee, there is a $1.00 (includes GST) transaction fee included in each payment which will not be reimbursed if you decide to discontinue the payment plan or do not renew for 2021.

How do I sign up for the Pre-Authorized Payment Plan?

You can sign up anytime throughout the year by completing the Pre-Authorized Payment Plan application form, which will be available October 1. The first payment comes out November 1. If you join later, you pay the missed payments up front, with your first payment coming out on the 1st of the following month. 

Which fee am I paying?

Because you are always paying your fee in advance of the membership year, when you join the Pre-Authorized Payment Plan you will be prepaying your 2021 fees. You will still need to pay your renewal fee for the 2020 fee as one payment.

What are the benefits of being on the Pre-Authorized Payment Plan?

There are many benefits to being on the payment plan including:

ease of mind

consistent low payments 

automatic membership renewal 

automatic confirmation of professional liability protection to the College

receiving your credit card rewards (some even offer extra benefits for recurring payments)

Do I need to apply every year?

That’s the best part of the payment plan. Once you’ve signed up your payments keep going. We’ll send you an email after your last payment of the year confirming that:

1. Your Association membership is renewed

2. The College knows you have your professional liability protection in place

3. Your monthly payments will continue in order to prepay for the next year 

What if I change my member type?

If you change your member type throughout the year, you’ll need to do three things:

1. Fill out the Member Type Change Form 

2. Pay the difference in fees for the current year 

3. Pay the difference in fees for next year. Your pre-authorized payments will remain the same for the remainder of the payment year. On November 1 they will update to the amount for your new member type 


RN changing to NP on May 1, 2020.
Step 1: Fill out the Member Type Change Form.

Step 2: Pay the difference in fees of $117.08 for 2020.

Step 3: Pay the difference in fees of $117.08 for 2021. Your payments will continue at the RN amount ($16.66) until October 1. Your payments will change to the NP amount starting November 1 as you start to pay for 2022.

Step 4: Sit back and relax, your membership will auto-renew each year and your access to great member benefits will continue.  

What if I don’t want to be on the Pre-Authorized Payment Plan anymore?

You can withdraw from the payment plan at any time. All we need is the request in writing, such as an email. All fees paid will be refunded to you with the exception of the admin fee.

How do I change my credit card information?

Call us at 204-992-1520 with your new information at least five days prior to the next withdrawal date so we’ll have time to update the information with our bank.