- Visit Fees Details for a complete breakdown of all fees for undergraduate and graduate programs.
- Returning students use RAMSS to view Total Due Charges and Account Summary.
Common University Data Ontario also provides information regarding student expenses.
Equalization of Tuition for Students with Disabilities per Senate Policy #159
To ensure that students who must take a reduced course load, based on an approved accommodation for 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 the Equalization of Tuition for Students with Disabilities procedures were developed.
Late Fee Service Charges
- Tuition fees are posted for the fall term in August each year based on your course intentions and/or enrolments. Winter tuition fees are posted during the third week in September each year based on your course intentions and/or enrolments.
- Tuition fees for the Fall 2019 academic term are due September 13, 2019. Late fees of 1.25% (16.08% effective annual rate) will be charged monthly, starting in October, on unpaid Fall 2019 undergraduate tuition fees as of September 14, 2019.
- Tuition fees for the Winter 2020 academic term are due January 24, 2020. Late fees of 1.25% (16.08% effective annual rate) will be charged monthly, starting in February, on unpaid Winter 2020 undergraduate tuition fees as of January 25, 2020.
- Late fees are charged on the third business day of the month.
- If you are making your payment through your bank please make your payment 3-5 business days ahead of the deadline to ensure your payment is received and credited to your account.
- If you are receiving OSAP or other government financial assistance, in the event that funding is received after the late fee posting date, you are responsible for any late fees incurred.
If you have a Collections Block/Fee Hold (COL, SF1 or SF2) on your account, contact Credit and Collections at 416-979-5071 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Collections Block (COL) service indicator may be placed on your account by the Credit and Collections unit of the Financial Services Department if your outstanding account balance has become 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.
Is the Collections Block/Fee Hold on your account related to COVID-19?
If there is a Collections Block/Fee Hold on your account that is attributable to COVID-19 (e.g. summer job impacted), and it is blocking your ability to enrol in courses, you may request to have the hold temporarily lifted. You will need to submit your request using the Fee Hold Release Request Form.