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Persons Over 65

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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 persons 65 years of age and older may be available upon request. Contact your Registrar’s Office for bursary information.

If you are a student 65 years of age or older 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 by the Minimum Payment to Register deadline, otherwise you may have to show proof of payment in person at the Registrar’s 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.