Students are considered enrolled if they have participated in the course intention process and/or are enrolled in courses for the current academic term/year.
Ryerson reserves the right to prohibit enrollment or withdraw a student who does not maintain good financial standing at the end of an academic term/year.
program students are required to pay the total Fall 2012/Winter 2013 fees by September 7, 2012. Students who choose to defer payment of all or part of their Winter 2013 undergraduate tuition fees until after September, will be assessed a $70 Deferral Fee. To remain in good financial standing and maintain enrollment, a student must pay all Fall 2012 fees by the start of Fall classes, and the balance of fees owing including late fees and Deferral Fee, by the start of Winter classes.
Part-Time program students are required to pay the current term/semester fees due, by the start of classes. To remain in good financial standing with the University, a student must pay all fees due for the current academic term by the start of classes, or the total amount due including late fees, before the start of the next academic term.
For more information on University policy regarding Late Fee Service Charges, please refer to www.ryerson.ca/currentstudents/fees_finances
FEES ASSESSMENT POLICY
Fees are assessed each term/semester for the total number of enrolled courses and their respective course unit values as assigned per University policy. Program fee rates are approved annually by the Board of Governors. Fees are charged on an annual basis and all fees are due by the commencement of classes in September. Students are academically and financially responsible for all enrolled courses and fees incurred unless they withdraw by the appropriate University deadline dates.
Refer to the Fees and Finance information at www.ryerson.ca/currentstudents/fees_finances a complete explanation and breakdown of fees charged.
Students who are 60 years of age or over at the start of the term will have their fee charges waived for their day school undergraduate credit course(s)/programs. Please note that Departmental Ancillary Fees are not waived.
COURSE AUDIT STUDENTS
Students may only audit lecture courses; this is subject to approval of the teaching department. Refer to the Fees and Finance information at www.ryerson.ca/currentstudents/fees_finances a complete explanation and breakdown of fees charged.
Special Students are individuals who have not been admitted to an undergraduate program, but are allowed to take program courses providing space is available. Special Students pay a fee per course unit per term, for all courses as outlined in the calendar, plus any applicable University ancillary fees.
Fees Statements are available in August, on RAMSS (my.ryerson.ca) to all:
- returning Full-and Part-time program students who participated in the course intention process for the upcoming academic semester/year,
- newly approved students who have confirmed acceptance of their Offer of Admission.
Fees statements for the Winter and Spring/Summer semesters are available on RAMSS (my.ryerson.ca).
Students who make adjustments to their academic record at any time are responsible for ensuring the timely payment for any fee changes that may occur, and should come to the Enrollment Serivces and Student Fees Office or check on RAMSS for an updated Fees account calculation.
Please examine your statement very carefully and direct any questions regarding Fees to the Enrollment Services and Student Fees Office (416) 979-5136.
The student is responsible for ensuring that their fees are paid on a timely basis.