Tuition and Fees

Tuition and supplemental fees for the coming year are updated in late spring/early summer.

Students registered in courses will see their fees reflected in the Mosaic student centre after August 8. Students on a co-op work term will be automatically registered in a work term course (WT01, WT02 or WT03) at the beginning of the term which will trigger the co-op fee.

It is each student’s responsibility to pay full tuition and supplementary fees for any term in which they are registered in accordance with the timelines determined by the Student Accounts and Cashiers Office. Students that fail to clear fees by the deadlines are subject to late fees and interest, and risk having a hold placed on their Mosaic account. This hold will block access to university services such as transcripts, letters and course registration until the account is up to date.   For more information about fees and financial deadlines, please visit the Student Accounts and Cashiers website.

For a summary of tuition and supplemental fees, click here.

Admission Deposit

  • Only newly admitted students are required to pay the $1,000 admission deposit.
  • Your admission deposit will be credited towards your first term tuition fees.  Your admission deposit will be deposited into your student account before the end of the first month of your first study term.
  • Your admission deposit will be deducted automatically from your total tuition.
  • The numbers listed in the tuition and fees summary show the full tuition amount, including deposits.

Taking Additional Courses

  • Second-year full-time and co-op students may request permission to take up to six courses per term with no increase in tuition.
  • Any student taking a course off sequence, including an independent research project course (e.g. during a co-op term) is considered a part-time student. You will be required to pay extra for such a course (in addition to your tuition). Payment must be made in the term in which the course is taken.

To pay your fees or for information about paying your fees, please visit the Student Accounts and Cashiers website.

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