Parents and guardians play an integral role in the education of our students through their ongoing support.
The audit fee is set at 50 percent of the unit fee, plus $20.00 (Student Assistance Levy). Please note that audit fees are non-refundable after the full refund date.
As of January 31 for the fall and winter academic session and August 31 for the summer term, outstanding accounts will be considered overdue and will be subject to the Senate policy governing overdue accounts;
Any student with an overdue debt with the University will not be permitted to register or to receive examination results, official transcripts, or grade reports until the outstanding account is settled in full or until an acceptable arrangement for settling the account is made by the department(s) concerned.
In no case will a diploma be released to a student with an outstanding debt with the University.
In addition, annually, by mid-March, overdue accounts from the preceding summer term and fall and winter terms will be placed in the hands of a collection agency and future registrations will require full payment of tuition by certified means at the time of registration.
The fee unit will be determined by the Faculty through which the student is registered and completing a degree program. Students should be prepared to pay a fee that may be higher than the accredited academic unit.
The Student Awards Office can assist with scholarship, bursary, OSAP and other student financial assistance issues.
Money talk can take on a language of its own. This glossary will help you decipher some of the student financial assistance terminology.