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For the 2020/2021 academic year fees for full-time undergraduate programs for Canadian citizens and permanent residents range from $7,041 to $11,149, and fees for international students range from $28,570 to $38,430.
|Faculty||Domestic Fee Rate||International Fee Rate|
|Arts||$7,044 - $7,112||$28,635 - $29,021|
|Communication & Design||$7,046 - $7,814||$28,638 - $29,611|
|Community Services||$7,091 - $7,582||$28,570 - $29,988|
|Engineering and Architectural Science||$10,334 - $11,149||$30,315 - $38,430|
|Ted Rogers School of Management||$9,295 - $9,535||$30,398 - $33,352|
|Science||$7,041 - $9,571||$28,633 - $29,693|
The fee ranges above are based on enrolment in 100% course load, or five to seven billing units. One billing unit is generally equal to one course enrolment.
- Five to seven billing units are assessed the same fees.
- Four or more billing units is considered full time enrolment at Ryerson.
See Undergraduate Fees by Program for a full breakdown of fees by program, year level, enrolments (billing units), and fee category.
RSU Health and Dental Plan fees are assessed annually for full-time undergraduate degree program students, and CESAR Health and Dental Plan fees are assessed annually for part-time undergraduate degree program students. If you have alternative health coverage you may opt out of your plan directly with the RSU or CESAR by the applicable deadlines at the start of the school year.
See Fees Categories for details on domestic and international fee rate categories, and information on international fee rate exemption.
Students who must take a reduced course load due to their disability pay no more in tuition and applicable ancillary fees for completion of their program than a student without a disability completing the same program, as per the Equalization of Tuition for Students with Disabilities Senate Policy #159.
Posted Fees and Payments
Tuition and fees will be posted on your RAMSS student account for the fall term in early August and for the winter term in late September. As fees are based on course enrolment and/or course intentions, your posted fees may change if your course enrolments and/or intentions are adjusted.