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Fees & Finances


The cost of attending university varies by program, and whether you live in residence. Canadian citizens and permanent residents can expect fees for a full-time undergraduate program for the 2013/14 academic year to range from $6,576 to $9,718. Fees for international students range from $20,270 to $23,637. Fees are due and payable by the start of classes, and various payment methods are available.

Yeates School of Graduate Studies students please see the Detailed Graduate Fees Information.

Fee ranges per faculty for full-time undergraduate programs for Canadian citizens and permanent residents for the 2013/14 academic year:

Fee Range
$6,576 - $6,768
Community Services
$6,683 - $6,800
Communication & Design
$6,576 - $7,518
Engineering and Architectural Science
$8,878 - $9,718
Ted Rogers School of Management
$7,601 - $8,294
Faculty of Science
$6,576 - $8,318


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.

Collections Block?
If you have a Collections Block (COL, SF1 or SF2) on your account, contact Credit and Collections at 416-979-5071 or

A Collections Block (COL) service indicator Collections Clock (COL) service indicator icon may be placed on your account by the Credit and Collections unit of the Financial Services Department if your outstanding account balance has become seriously past due. As a result, further enrolment activity and issuance of official University documentation may be denied until payment of your account has been received or other suitable arrangements have been made.

Deferral Fee & Late Fee Service Charges
Full payment of undergraduate tuition fees for the Fall 2013 / Winter 2014 academic year is due September 6, 2013. Students who have an outstanding balance after September 30will be assessed a $70 Deferral fee automatically for their Winter 2014 undergraduate tuition fees.  Late fees of 1.25% (16.08% effective annual rate) will be charged monthly, starting in October, on unpaid Fall 2013 undergraduate tuition fees as of September 7, 2013 and on unpaid Winter 2014 undergraduate tuition fees as of January 10, 2014.

Upcoming for 2014/2015
Undergraduate tuition fees will be billed on a per term basis.  The $70 Deferral fee will no longer be charged to students who choose to pay their Winter fees in January.

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