Tuition and Fees
Here you can find information on tuition and fees for the program that you are enrolled in. Be sure to also review our Fee Policies.
You may also be interested in the Student Awards website for information on Awards, Bursaries, and other Financial Assistance.
Please review your SOLUS account regularly, especially after registration changes, for amounts and due dates. In addition to term fees due at the beginning of the term, other fees such as library fines and Flex dollars for meal plans may be posted to your account throughout the year.
Generate a Fee Statement from SOLUS for a per-term summary or all of your charges and payments.
Please note that tuition fees for Summer 2017 Term course(s) are due May 1st.
Service charges on all unpaid balances are applied on the 15th of each month.
Enrolment for Summer term for students in 'Distance' career studies begins on Monday, February 6th, 2017.
This information is applicable to Canadian citizens, Permanent Residents / Landed Immigrants, Residents, Native Persons, and Exempt International Students.
Note: International students will be automatically enrolled in the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) for each term of their enrollment at Queen's University. For more information go to http://quic.queensu.ca/ or email email@example.com.
|How Fees Are Assessed|
Arts and Science, Education, Commerce and Nursing.
Engineering and Applied Science
|Students Taking Courses Offered in Another Faculty / School|
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.
Master's and Doctoral students will be assessed the term fees stated above for each term of registration in their programs. Qualifying full-time students are assessed the same tuition fees as shown for Master's and Doctoral students. In the exceptional case where a qualifying student is registered for fewer than three courses, fees are assessed on a part-time basis.
Graduate students are assessed tuition fees for each term, the academic year consisting of three four-month terms (Summer, Fall, Winter), except for a few students in special programs.
Part-time students who have been part-time from first admission, pay half the full-term fee for each term until completion of degree requirements. Part-time, course based programs are assessed course fees in place of term fees. Students who transfer from full-time to part-time (under the School of Graduate Studies regulation Transfers from Full-time to Part-time Status) are assessed half the term fee while registered part-time.
Readmitted students are assessed tuition at the appropriate current rate per term for the number of terms away, to a maximum of 3 terms. Thereafter, students pay the appropriate term fee until they complete the program.
Special students who are assessed fees will be charged at the part-time Master's rate for 1-2 courses and the full-time Master's rate for 3 or more courses. Students will also be required to pay student activity fees.
|Visiting Research Students|
Students who are registered as a Visiting Research Student are not charged tuition fees, but are charged University Health Insurance Plan fee (UHIP) and Student Activity Fees.
|Completion / Withdrawal|
A student who completes a program mid-term is eligible for a partial refund of student activity and tuition fees assessed for that term. Students are required to return their student card to the Office of the University Registrar - Records and Services for a refund of student activity fees. Health and dental fees are not refundable if the completion date is after the opt-out period. Students who complete their program during the benefit year remain on the Health and Dental Plan until August 31st.
A student withdrawing from the University after registration is required to submit his/her student card to the Office of the University Registrar - Records and Services for a refund of student activity fees. The refund is calculated based on the date the card is received. Please note that the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) health and dental plan fees can only be refunded through the SGPS office during the opt-out period.
The academic programs at the Bader International Study Centre (BISC) at Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, UK, are open to first-year Queen's University students and to upper-year university students from across Canada and around the world. The programs provide university credits toward degrees in the Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Commerce, and Law. Courses take full advantage of the location of the BISC, with field studies to surrounding cultural and historical sites and events, including visits around the UK and Europe.
Accommodation, meals (except lunches and dinners on multi-day field trips), tuition fees, and required field studies are included in the program fee. For more information on the Bader International Study Centre, contact Queen's Undergraduate Admissions, (613) 533-2217 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|First-Year Program||2017 - 2018 First - Year Program||$39,924|
|Upper-Year Program||Fall Term 2017||$19,962|
|Winter Term 2017||$19,962|
|Summer School 2017||$9,856|
|Summer Specialized Field Schools 2017|
|Field School in British Archaeology||$8,210|
|Field School in Global Project Management||$11,079|
|Interdisciplinary Studies in Global Health and Disability||$11,134|
|Field School in Medieval Theatre Studies||$3,319|
|Global Law Program||Global Law Program||$14,133|
Fee Payment Schedule
The 2016-17 fees are payable according to the following schedule:
- Fall - September 7th, 2017
- Winter - January 9th, 2017
- Summer - May 5th, 2017
Program fees include
- Room and board: shared accommodation (2 students per room) and full meal plan
- Field studies trips: transportation, entrance fees and packed lunches, as well as accommodation and breakfast on overnight excursions
- Access to BISC facilities and services, including computing rooms, a library, and a fully equipped gym
- Regular trips to (and borrowing privileges at) the libraries at the University of Sussex
- Frequent banking/shopping trips to nearby towns
- Transfers to and from Heathrow airport on designated dates
Program fees do not include
- Return airfare to and from the UK (Typically >$700)
- Visa cost (£328 for a Tier 4 Student (General) Visa as of May 2016)
- Supplemental health insurance ($284 for academic year 2015/16)
- Immigration Health Surcharge (£150 as of May 2016)
- Textbooks and course supplies
- Personal expenses and laundry
- Lunches and dinners on overnight excursions
- See the BISC Budgeting page for more information
- All fees are in Canadian dollars
- We are a charity institution, and we endeavour to keep tuition and residence fees as low as is commensurate with retaining the quality of our programs. Our fees will incorporate increase in tuition approved by the province of Ontario.
Room and Board charges calculated per diem to date of departure.
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The audit fee is set at 50 percent of the unit fee, plus the Student Assistance Levy. Please note that audit fees are non-refundable after the full refund date.
The Student Assistance Levy is assessed for all students. Revenue from the Levy supports the Queen's learning environment, various financial assistance programs for students, as well as the Summer Work Experience Program (SWEP).
Student Activity Fees are levied in order to support various activities and services to students. A portion of these fees are mandatory and cover access to athletic, health and wellness facilities. Some are optional and support various campus groups and organizations.
Student Activity Fees are determined by the respective student governments at Queen's (AMS, SGPS), who also oversee the 'opt-out' process for optional fees.
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|Administrative Fees Table|
Payment of tuition fees and the Student Assistance Levy (SAL) is expected by the posted due date.
If a student does not pay by the due date, they will be assessed a Late Fee.