About academic fees
Fees by Degree POSt
Fees by Subject POSt
Changing from FT Program Fees to PT Course
Balance of Degree fees
University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP)
following is a general outline of the fees assessment process. It does not list
all rules or specific program anomalies. Students should seek clarification of
their situation if they have any questions.
fees are set for each session. The official Tuition Fee Schedule is submitted
to the University’s Business Board and Governing Council each spring for
approval. The approved schedule covers the fees charged in a summer session and
the following fall-winter session. Fees can be changed at any time upon
approval of the Governing Council.
records of all students include a Degree Program of Study (Degree POSt). In
some divisions, enrolment in a Subject Program of Study (Subject POSt) is also
recorded. The assessment of academic fees maps to the programs of study
recorded on a student’s academic record.
Fees can be
assessed by program or by course. Assessment rules vary by program. There
is both a domestic and international rate for academic fees; the same
assessment rules apply for each rate. To determine how the fees in your program
are assessed, check your account on the Student Web Service (ACORN/ROSI). The
academic fee charges are listed as ‘course fee’ or ‘program fee’.
This is a flat rate amount charged to all students in a program; there may be a
full-time and/or part-time rate.
Fees are assessed on a course by course basis. When a course is added, the
course fee is charged immediately, regardless of when the course begins. When a
course is canceled, the course fee is reversed in accordance with the refund
schedule applicable to the student’s program.
the fee amount set for students entering a program are at a different amount
than for students continuing in the program. Students eligible for this
‘grandparenting’ of fees are identified by the date of entry into the degree program
or year of study cohort.
FEES BY DEGREE PROGRAM OF STUDY (Degree POSt)
assessed by Degree POSt for ‘most’ programs. Those not assessed by Degree POSt
are listed in the next section on assessment by Subject POSt.
As a general
rule, for degree programs, fees are assessed by the following method:
programs – full-time and part-time - program fees
arts and science programs – course fees (see exceptions below)
other programs – full-time - program fees; part-time– course fees
non-degree programs, fees are usually assessed by course, but this can vary by
FEES BY SUBJECT PROGRAM OF STUDY (Subject
assessed by Subject POSt for the following programs:
& Science: Commerce, Computer Science, Bioinformatics
& Computational Biology
- U of T
All Commerce Programs, Communication Culture & Information Technology
(CCIT), Computer Science Specialist and Major (not Minor), Digital
Enterprise Management, Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations,
Information Security, Interactive Digital Media, Management, Visual
Culture and Communication Specialist.
- U of
T Scarborough: Commerce, Management, any program leading to
a BBA degree, Computer Science
full-time programs are assessed a program fee; students in part-time programs
are assessed a course fee.
to the Subject POSt, attributes of students’ Degree POSts are also considered
in the assessment of fees. These attributes include: registration status, year
of study, attendance class (full-time or part-time status), credits earned.
assessed fees once for each degree program registration. If a student is
enrolled in more than one Subject POSt, he/she will be assessed the highest
fees applicable to those Subject POSts.
The arts and
science programs on the St. George, Mississauga and Scarborough campuses are
considered equal for fees purposes. A student considering a move in
registration from one campus to another should discuss the fee implications of
such a move with their Registrar.
Adding a Subject POSt
charged Subject POSt fees as soon as they accept enrolment in one of the
designated Subject POSts.
entry point for these programs is:
& Science and University of Toronto Mississauga
- the session following the session where the 4th credit is
of Toronto Scarborough – The session following the session where the
4th credit is earned or when a student is designated as being
in their second year of study.
entering the program at a later point will be charged Subject POSt fees
retroactively to the session designated as the normal entry point for the
admitted with transfer credit will be charged the program fee immediately if
transfer credits of 4 or greater are granted (Arts & Science, U of T
Mississauga, U of T Scarborough) or they are admitted to year 2 or higher (U of
T Scarborough). If transfer credits are less than 4 credits or the student is
admitted to year 1, then the Subject POSt fees will be assessed at the normal
entry point for the program.
I. Withdrawing from a Subject POSt in CURRENT 2017 Summer Session
2017 Summer Session
Withdrawal Fee Adjustment Schedule
The normal entry point for Subject POSt enrolment is the session:
& UTM students: after the student has earned 4.0 credits or more (usually
in Year 2).
b) UTSC students: entered Year 2.
If the student entered the Subject POSt in a session later than the
normal entry point, the student will be retroactively charged the Subject
POSt fees for all sessions from the normal entry point into the program.
Subject POSt enrolment dates and procedures may differ based on the
Subject POSt Enrolment
Subject POSt Withdrawal Deadline
Student enrolls in the Subject POSt prior to July
1, 2017, remains registered for the Summer session, and withdraws from the
See Note 3
By May 22, 2017 (FAS student), By May 14, 2017
By May 7, 2017 (UTSC student), if enrolled in at
least one F/Y section code course in the session
Subject Post fees for the Summer (current session)
will be reversed and fees re-assessed as appropriate for the Subject POSt or
degree Post in which the student is enrolled.
Otherwise, the Subject POSt fees remain in effect for the current
By July 10, 2017 (FAS student),
By July 10, 2017 (UTM student),
By June 25,2017 (UTSC student),
if enrolled in ONLY S section code courses in the
Student enrolls in the Subject POSt between
February 2 and June 30, 2017, remains registered for the Summer session, and
withdraws from the Subject POSt
See Note 3
By Aug. 14, 2017 (FAS student)
By Aug. 14, 2017 (UTM student)
By Jul. 31, 2017 (UTSC student)
If the student was charged Subject POSt fees
retroactively for previous sessions and subsequently withdraws his/her
enrolment in the Subject POSt in the current Summer session, the fees for the
previous sessions will be reversed if the enrolment and withdrawal are
considered to have taken place during the current Summer session (same
PROGRAMS THAT ARE CHARGED A PROGRAM FEE FOR
FULL-TIME STUDIES AND COURSE FEES FOR PART-TIME STUDIES
If a student
cancels a course and becomes part-time after the 100% period, there are serious
financial implications. See the section Course
BALANCE OF DEGREE FEES (for Master’s degree
who has been enrolled part-time in a Master's degree program may be required to
pay additional academic fees in order to match the total minimum fees paid by a
full-time student in the same program. In some cases, Balance of Degree fees
may also apply to full-time students. These fees are determined by the OISE
Registrar's Office (for OISE graduate students) or the SGS Student Services
Office (for students in all other graduate programs); contact these offices for
of Degree fee is assessed just prior to graduation.
University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP)
Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) premium is added to the account of all
international students. UHIP is compulsory for all international students,
as well as recent permanent residents and returning Canadian citizens who are
in their 3 month OHIP waiting period.
If you are
exempt from paying the international student fee (see the following section),
you are still required to pay the UHIP premium.
Any student registering for the summer session and who has already paid the
UHIP premium for the 2016-17 Fall-Winter session (i.e. in September or January)
will not have to pay again; your coverage will continue until August 31st,
registering for the summer session and who was not previously registered in the
2016-17 Fall-Winter session will have a UHIP premium of $204.00 added to their
account. This charge will be posted after your registration invoice is
produced; please add the payment to the invoice total. You will also need
to obtain your UHIP card as proof of coverage. Go to www.uoft.me/uhip or visit
the CIE’s UHIP Office in the Koffler Student Services Centre, 214 College St.,
Room 202, for registration instructions.
dependents (i.e. spouse/partner and/or children) are required to be enrolled in
UHIP within 30 days of arrival in Canada or within 30 days from the date their
previous UHIP coverage expires. Currently, the premium is $51.00 per month for
one dependent or $102.00 per month for two or more dependents. UHIP charges for
dependents are not part of your student account. You must arrange coverage
directly with the UHIP Office.
You may be
eligible for a partial UHIP refund if you receive OHIP coverage before July 31st,
2017. Please contact the UHIP Office in advance of receiving OHIP, if you wish
to apply for a premium refund. Timing is very important and will affect the
refund amount you may receive.
contact the UHIP Office in advance of completing your program, cancelling your
registration or receiving OHIP, if you wish to apply for a refund. Timing is
very important and will affect the refund amount you may receive.
information on UHIP, visit the Centre for International Experience (CIE)
website at www.uoft.me/uhip or contact
the UHIP Office with any questions or concerns:
UHIP Office, Centre for International Experience
Koffler Student Services Centre, Room 202
214 College Street
978-0290 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org