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Fees and payment

2024-2025 tuition and fees frequently asked questions

The university remains committed to providing high-quality education and research as it plans for the 2024-2025 academic year and beyond. We're continuing to invest in our student’s blended-learning to ensure you get the most out of your education.

We understand that you may have questions regarding your fees and tuition. We’re here to help—we’ve answered some of the biggest tuition questions from students, below:

Your university education is one of the most important investments you will make! It is very important you understand all the fees that make up your total costs, such as tuition, compulsory ancillary fees, additional compulsory fees and specific course-related fees.

After you review your fees, you should review your payment options and payment and refund deadlines.

We understand that university can be expensiveour Student Awards and Financial Aid (SAFA) team are here to assist you with your funding options, such as bursaries, on-campus employment, scholarships and student loans. To learn more, or to discuss your university finances with one of our counsellors, please visit our SAFA website or contact us.

For graduate program tuition and fees, visit our Graduate tuition and fees web page.

How your tuition and fees are calculated

Tuition at Ontario universities is based on four factors:

  • Provincial government policy
  • The university and program
  • Whether the student is considered domestic (Canadian citizen, permanent resident or convention refugee) or international (not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, or are currently studying or have studied outside of Canada)
  • The student’s year of study

What's next?

Review our tuition and fees to see what your costs are. If you have questions, please connect with us.