Academic Year: 2018-2019
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Undergraduate fees are made up of 2 parts:
- Tuition is charged at a board-approved base rate per unit that is specific to each faculty. A typical course = 3 units. Some faculties (i.e. Engineering, Nursing, etc.) offer courses that are weighted higher, and therefore, worth more than 3 units. A typical full course load is 5 courses in both the fall and winter terms, equaling 15 units / term or 30 units.
- Consult the Undergraduate Calendar for a complete listing of courses by program
- Supplementary Fees are mandatory for all students.
- They are voted on by students through a student referendum
- They go to support programs and services available to students of both part-time and full-time status.
- They are broken down into flat fees and per-unit fees
- Consult our Supplementary Fee page for more information
Fees by Faculty
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Fees for Graduate Students
Tuition fees are assessed on a term by term basis. Supplementary fees are payable in full and are not refundable.
A graduate student must enroll in at least one course in all three terms in order to be fully enrolled, and for fees to charge, otherwise fee assessment will be incomplete. If a student is not taking an academic course in any term, they must still add a placeholder course as follows:
SGS 700 – for students who pay fees on a term by term basis
SGS 711 – for students who pay fees on a course costed basis