For complete information about fees, refer to the information on this website
and your account on ACORN/ROSI. These two documents should be considered
the more accurate if there is any discrepancy with fees listed in calendars or
brochures. All fees are subject to change at any time by approval of
the Governing Council. If fee changes are approved we will bill or
refund according to standard procedures. Lack of notification does not
exempt a student from paying any additional fee.
Students have full access to all details of their own account. A minimum
of account information will be released to other individuals if it can be
determined that the student's consent has been obtained. Where discussion
of account matters overlaps with discussion of academic records, Student
Accounts adheres to the University's Guidelines Concerning Access to Official
Student Academic Records.
On this website, any reference to Registrar (Registrar's Office) also applies
to an equivalent official (or office) with a different title, e.g. Director of
Student Services, Assistant Dean (Student Services, Registrarial Services).
A student is considered to be registered as soon as he or she has paid tuition
and incidental fees, or has made appropriate arrangements for deferral of
payment. By virtue of being registered, a student thereby agrees to abide
by all of the academic and non-academic policies, rules and regulations of the
University and his or her academic division as set out in the divisional calendar,
and to ensure that the accuracy of personal information such as the current
mailing address and telephone number is maintained.
Your Student Account
Your Student Account Includes…..
TUITION FEES: compulsory fees assessed for registration in a
program of study. These include:
for an academic program; may be assessed by course or by program. There is
a domestic and an international rate.
fees - charges for campus organizations and services
society fees - (1) charges for membership in student
societies. All students are members of various student societies as
determined by their program of study and full-time or part-time status.
Some portions of some student society fees may be rebated; refer to the
section 'Student Society Fee Rebates'; (2) fees charged to members of a
specific college, faculty or program.
related to participation in a specific program of
study or a specific course
System Access fee - for access to the Student Web Service
- UHIP -
University Health Insurance Plan for international students & domestic
students with no OHIP coverage.
RESIDENCE FEES: fees for some residences and meal
plans are posted to student accounts. If you are living in a
residence that is not included, check with your residence office for charge
& payment details.
AWARDS: any university awards that you receive are posted as credits to your
account after you are officially registered.
LOANS: any university loans, which you negotiate, may be included in
your account. This does not include OSAP. (SGS and OISE students only)
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS: some administrative user fees may be posted to
your account, e.g. transcript charges.
Your Student Account Includes …..
beginning with the 1997 summer session. Older sessions may include only
Your Student Account …..
viewed on the Student Web Service at http://www.rosi.utoronto.ca
the responsibility of the student. If someone else is paying your tuition
or residence fees, it is the student's responsibility to provide that person
with the necessary details and requirements.
Invoices are not mailed to students for registration purposes. You
are expected to read the information on this website and view your account on ACORN/ROSI. Your
account can be viewed in two different ways. Invoice format groups the
charges assessed and any payments or credits. Your account number is
displayed on the top right-hand corner. It consists of the first five
characters of your surname (in capital letters) and 10 numbers which are your
student number with leading zeroes. Make sure you distinguish between the
letter 'O' and the number 'zero'. See 'Making
Payments'. Detailed transactions is very detailed. It
lists all transactions posted to your account in chronological order.
You can print a copy of your account in invoice format to take to the bank if
making payment at a teller.
will list all programs of study in which you have an 'invited' status and for
which you have been assessed fees. If you do not intend to register in
all the programs listed on your invoice you must cancel the 'invited' status
for the unwanted program(s) IMMEDIATELY BEFORE MAKING PAYMENT. To cancel an
'invited' status in a program, use ACORN/ROSI (choose Financial Accounts from
the menu option, then select Cancel Program of Study) and follow the
instructions or call the registrar's office of the division that offers the
program you wish to cancel. When the 'invited' registration is cancelled,
the tuition charges will be reversed on your account. Check on ACORN/ROSI
for the revised balance in your account.
are not mailed to students during the session. Students are expected to
monitor his/her account on ACORN/ROSI at www.rosi.utoronto.ca. We do
send monthly email notices if your account has a balance. This email
notice will be sent using the University 's UTOR email service; please
ensure that you activate your UTOR email address. To create
your UTOR email address follow the instructions at www.utorid.utoronto.ca; you
need your library number on your TCard (student card) and your student
balance reflects all charges, payments & deposits. Deposits made for future
sessions are not applied to current outstanding charges. In order to clear your
current session outstanding balance, after payment your account balance should
reflect the full credit amount of your deposit. The deposit credit balance will
be applied to the charges in the session for which the deposit was intended
If you need
a paper invoice, you can pick one up at Student Accounts or ask us to mail one
to you. Some Registrar's and Residence Offices can also print invoices;
check with these offices.
Non-receipt of an invoice does not exempt you from meeting your financial