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Tuition and Fees

The cost of attending university varies by program and whether you live in residence. Canadian citizens and permanent residents can expect fees for full-time undergraduate programs for the 2015/16 academic year to range from $6.942 to $10,660.

Fees for international undergraduate students range from $22,133 to $25,399.

Fees are due and payable by the start of classes and various payment methods are available.

The cost of attending university varies by program and whether you live in residence. Canadian citizens and permanent residents can expect fees for full-time undergraduate programs for the 2015/16 academic year to range from $6.942 to $10,660.

Fees for international undergraduate students range from $22,133 to $25,399.

Fees are due and payable by the start of classes and various payment methods are available.

Fee ranges by faculty for full-time undergraduate programs In addition to tuition, students should budget for other university-related expenses:

Faculty Fee Range
Arts $7,191 - $7,415
Communication and Design
$7,194 - $7,956
Community Services $7,248 - $7,826
Engineering and Architectural Science
$9,859 - $11,149
Ted Rogers School of Management
$8,880 - $9,511
Science $7,131 - $9,502

Fee ranges per faculty for full-time undergraduate programs for international students for the 2016/2017 academic year: 

Faculty
Fee Range
Arts $23,664 - $23,714
Communication and Design $23,667 - $24,246
Community Services $23,604 - $23,634
Engineering and Architectural Science $25,023 - $26,595
Ted Rogers School of Management
$25,123 - $25,179
Science $23,604 - $23,664

See Detailed Fees Information by Program for a complete breakdown of all fees for graduate and undergraduate programs.  Please note that this information is updated each July for the academic year starting in September.
Returning students use RAMSS to view Total Due Charges and Account Summary.

Common University Data Ontario provides a significant amount of information regarding student expenses, and a vast array of other interesting university information. Residence information and fees can be found at Student Housing Services.

Fees and Finances

  • Visit Fees for details about the cost of attending Ryerson (fees vary by program/faculty and whether you live in residence)
  • Visit Student Financial Assistance for guidance, information, tools and services to help you meet your financial needs during your time at Ryerson
Tuition Fees Domestic Fees: $7,000 - $11,150
International Fees: $23,600 - $25,595
Accomodation On Campus: $5,800 - $9,900 (plus meal plan)
Off-campus: $11,400 - $16,800 (or $950  to $1,400 per month) depending on shared or single accommodations
Transporation Metropass/public transit pass within the GTA: $112
Additional costs include GO pass - prices vary
Books and Supplies
$2,800 - $4,300 (flex to large meal plan) - depending on dietary requirements and living arrangements
Personal Expenses $3,200 - $5,000 (approximately $400 to $625 per month)

The cost of the Ryerson ESL Foundation Program is $26,750 CDN for all students (international and domestic). The cost includes two semesters of full-time study and up to three university-level degree credit courses. ESL instruction classes, ESL textbooks and course materials are included; textbooks and course materials for the degree-credit courses, accommodations and meal plans are not included. Please note: All tuition payments for the Ryerson ESL Foundation Program are non-refundable.

Graduate Students

Visit the Registrar's Office to see the detailed Graduate Fees Information and the Graduate Studies section for more information on admissions.

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