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Location: > Fees University of Toronto > Sessions > Fall Winter 2017 2018 > Registration Instructions > Registration requiring Payment

Financial Arrangements (that will NOT Register a Student)

- Tuition Waivers for Staff and Dependants of Staff

- Scholarship Programs for Dependants of Staff, Faculty Members, Librarians, Professional/Managers and Research Associates

- Persons Over 65

Making Payments by Tuition Waivers for Staff and Dependants of Staff

A tuition waiver of academic fees is available for University of Toronto administrative staff members, dependants of administrative staff and dependants of faculty members & librarians who previously had a waiver and chose to continue with the waiver, or who are part-time students. For terms of reference, eligibility and provisions, see the collective agreement or policy document for your employment group.

Tuition waiver forms and instructions for applying for a tuition waiver for staff and dependants of staff are available on the HR website [http://www.forms.hrandequity.utoronto.ca/#education]. The most common processing delay results from using the wrong form so applicants should note that there are different forms for staff and dependants of staff.
If you are eligible for a University of Toronto tuition waiver and plan to register at the University of Toronto for the Fall-Winter session, follow these steps to complete your registration by the Minimum Payment to Register deadline:

1. Pay the Fall session incidental fees, ancillary fees, and the Student System Access Fee and any unpaid fees from past sessions, at your bank by the Minimum Payment to Register deadline.
Plan sufficient time for your bank to transfer the funds to the University’s bank account by the Minimum Payment to Register deadline, otherwise you may have to show proof of payment in person at the Registrar’s Office or SGS Student Services Office to complete your registration and you may be charged a late registration fee.
The transfer of funds from major Canadian financial institutions normally takes three to five business days, however the transfer from Canadian credit unions and financial institutions from outside Canada can take much longer.
2. The recording of the payment in your student account will change your status from “INVIT”(invited to register) to “REG”(registered). You need to confirm that the status has changed on ACORN/ROSI and report any problems to your undergraduate registration office or graduate unit.

3. Take the Tuition Waiver Request Form and a copy of your ACORN/ROSI invoice to your Human Resources Office for authorization.

4. Submit your ACORN/ROSI invoice and Staff/Dependant Tuition Waiver Request form, approved by Human Resources, to Student Accounts by mail or in person.
Within 10 business days of receiving the tuition waiver form, Student Accounts staff will contact you or the student or the Human Resources representative if there are any questions, or will record the tuition waiver financial arrangement on the student’s ACORN/ROSI account.
The student can confirm that the financial arrangement has been recorded when the Financial Arrangement status changes to “Waiver for tuition fees” on the ACORN/ROSI main page.

5. The tuition waiver credit(s) will be recorded on the student’s ACORN/ROSI OSI invoice later in the session, after most of the course changes have taken place and adjusted periodically if course enrolment changes.

6. If you registered by paying the incidental fees, ancillary fees, and the Student System Access Fee for the current session and unpaid fees from past sessions, then pay your current session outstanding fees by the following due dates:

i) You must pay the outstanding account balance by April 30, 2018 to avoid monthly service charges at a rate of 1.5% compounded (19.56% per annum) which will be applied against the outstanding account balance beginning as of May 15, 2018 and as of the 15th of every month thereafter until the account is paid in full.

ii) If you do not make full payment of Fall-Winter session fees by April 30, 2018, you will NOT be eligible to register for the following Summer session.
  

Scholarship Programs for Dependants of Staff, Faculty Members, Librarians, Professional/Managers and Research Associates

Applications are forwarded to Enrolment Services, Financial Aid & Awards Office (former Admissions & Awards). Enrolment Services, Financial Aid & Awards Office, will determine the applicant’s eligibility, and then write and advise the student of the value and terms of the scholarship, payment procedure and the renewal requirements. To ensure prompt payment of the scholarship, please submit the application before the end of the first study term of the academic year for which you are applying. This scholarship will be credited to the student’s account later in the session, after most of the course changes have taken place.
 
The scholarship is taxable income and T4A’s will be issued.
 
If the tuition scholarship does not exceed the Minimum Payment to Register amount on your ACORN/ROSI invoice for your program, you should deduct the amount of the scholarship or outside award from the required minimum payment for registration and pay the remaining amount by the Minimum Payment to Register deadline, in order to complete your registration. The recording of the payment in your student account will change your status on ACORN/ROSI from “INVIT”(invited to register) to “REG”(registered). You need to confirm that the status has changed on ACORN/ROSI and report any problems to your registration office.
 
If you are eligible for a tuition scholarship, pay your outstanding fees by the following due dates:
 
1. The scholarship credit will be recorded on the ACORN/ROSI invoice later in the session.
 
2. You must pay the outstanding account balance by April 30, 2018 to avoid monthly service charges at a rate of 1.5% compounded (19.56% per annum) which will be applied against the outstanding account balance beginning as of May 15, 2018 and as of the 15th of every month thereafter until the account is paid in full.
 
3. If you do not make full payment of Fall-Winter session fees by April 30, 2018, you will NOT be eligible to register for the Summer session.

Persons Over 65

Students registered in University of Toronto Undergraduate Arts and Science programs who are 65 years of age or older are eligible for an exemption of compulsory non-academic incidental fees. Contact your Registrar’s Office to arrange for the exemption of incidental fees before following the steps below to complete your registration.
 
In addition, bursary funds for senior citizens may be available upon request. Contact your Registrar’s Office for bursary information.
 
If you are a student 65 years of age or over who plans to register for the Fall-Winter session, follow these steps to complete your registration by the Minimum Payment to Register Deadline:
1. If you plan to register in an Undergraduate Arts and Science program, request an exemption of compulsory non-academic incidental fees in person at your Registrar’s Office. Otherwise proceed to the next step.
 
2. Pay the Minimum Payment to Register amount on your ACORN/ROSI invoice at your bank by the Minimum Payment to Register deadline. Plan sufficient time for your bank to transfer the funds to the University’s bank account by the Minimum Payment to Register deadline, otherwise you may have to show proof of payment in person at the Registrar’s Office or SGS Student Services Office to complete your registration and you may be charged a late registration fee. The transfer of funds from major Canadian financial institutions normally takes three to five business days, however the transfer from Canadian credit unions and financial institutions from outside Canada can take much longer.
 
3. The recording of the Minimum Payment to Register amount in your student account will change your status from “INVIT”(invited to register) to “REG”(registered) on ACORN/ROSI. You need to confirm that the status has changed and report any problems to your undergraduate registration office.
 
If you are a student 65 years of age or older, pay your outstanding fees by the following due dates:
 
1. You must pay the Fall term tuition & non-tuition fee amount by September 30th to avoid monthly service charges at a rate of 1.5% compounded (19.56% per annum) which will be applied against the outstanding account balance beginning as of October 17th and as of the 15th of every month thereafter until the account is paid in full.

Calculate the amount of the unpaid Fall term fees on your Fall-Winter session invoice:

Unpaid

Fall Term

Fee Amount

=

ROSI

Account Balance Up to the End of the Session

-

Winter Term TUITION

Sub-Total amounts

(listed under

TUITION CHARGES)

-

Winter Term NON-TUITION

Sub-Total amounts

(listed under

NON-TUITION CHARGES)

 

(A)

-

(B)

-

(C)

Example:

 

Unpaid Fall Term fee amount = $3,573.31 = $14,450.00 (A) - $6,601.50(B) - $652.19(B) - $3,623.00(C)

 

ROSI Account Balance Up to the End of the Session:        A  $ 14,450.00 (A)

 

TUITION – UTSC Bachelor of Commerce

         

2018 Winter

Program fee FT - Domestic                               $  6,601.50

                               Winter Term Sub-Total  -------------$  6,601.50 (B)

 

Incid. Stud.Soc.:U of T Community Radio-UTSC $      3.75

                                   Winter Term Sub-Total  -------------$        652.19 (B)

 

NON-TUITION CHARGES

2018 Winter

 

UTSC Apartment Room                                    $  3,608.00

Scarborough Student Village Council                   $     15.00

                                                          Winter Term Sub-Total  -------------$   3,623.00 (C)

   

2.  You must pay for Winter term tuition & non-tuition fees by November 30th to avoid monthly service charges at a rate of 1.5% compounded (19.56% per annum) which will be applied against the outstanding account balance beginning as of December  15th and as of the 15th of every month thereafter until the account is paid in full.

3. If you do not make full payment of Fall-Winter session fees by April 30, 2018 , you will NOT be eligible to register for the next session.
 
If payment is made at the bank after the Minimum Payment to Register deadline, you must show proof of payment in person at the Registrar's Office, or courses will be cancelled and you may be charged a late registration fee.