Tuition and Fees by Program
Program fee charts for the 2021-2022 academic year will soon be available. Please note that the links to the fee detail documents within this section will be updated on a rolling basis in the coming weeks.
If you require a fee chart for the current 2020-2021 academic year, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: On November 21, 2019 the Ontario Divisional Court made the decision to suspend the opt-out process. As a result, students will be assessed both optional and compulsory ancillary fees effective winter 2020. For additional information please review Ryerson Today.
Navigating Your Tuition and Fees
- Total fees for each program and academic level include charges for tuition, athletics, faculty-based student society fees, RSU - Ryerson Students' Union, RSU health and dental plans, and other related fees.
- Departmental Ancillary Fees are extra fees that are charged to your tuition. Typically, they fund learning materials, specialty supplies, field trips, co-ops and internships.
- Fees are assessed upon the total number of fee units per term and based on actual course enrolments or course intention data.
- Students enrolled in a full-time undergraduate program are considered full-time when enrolled in a minimum of 4.0 fee units each term.
- Full-time and part-time program students are required to pay their current term fees by the start of their classes.
- Fee payments are first applied to any outstanding debts, and any balance remaining is applied to the most recent debt.
- Students are academically and financially responsible for all enrolled courses and fees incurred.
- Fees are approved by Ryerson University’s Board of Governors annually and are updated on the Student Fees website each summer, preceding the upcoming Fall term. Normally, tuition fees increase 3-5% annually.