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ROSI Your Student Account can be viewed on the Student Web Service at


The detailed fee schedules that list the tuition, ancillary and incidental fees for students by academic session are posted on this website early to mid-April for Summer session, and mid-July for the Fall-Winter.  To see past years' fee schedules, click here.

An annual schedule of tuition fees approved by the Governing Council can be found on the Vice-President and Provost website.


2017 INCOME TAX - T2202A2017 Tuition & Education Amount Certificates, (T2202A), for income tax purposes will be available on ACORN, www.acorn.utoronto February 21, 2018. Forms are not mailed – please view on-line and print if you wish. Questions regarding the tuition credit: contact Student Accounts. Questions regarding the education credit: contact your registration office. Duplicate copies of certificates can be obtained from the Student Accounts office for a fee of $5.00 per certificate.


2017 INCOME TAX - T4AT4A slips for the 2017 calendar year will be available on ACORN on February 21, 2018. T4A forms, showing scholarship, bursary, fellowship, dependant tuition waiver or loan interest subsidy income for income tax purposes, will be mailed by the end of February. If undeliverable, T4A's are returned to Student Accounts.


OFFICE HOURS8:45 AM to 4:30 PM, July 3 to September 3. The last Wednesday of every month the office closes at 3:00PM for a staff meeting. These dates are January 31, February 28, March 28, April 25, May 30, June 27, July 25, August 29, September 26, October 31, November 28, and December 12th.


2017 T2202A for Students Who will File a Tax Return in SaskatchewanIf you paid for 2017 Summer session Tuition fees, then you can request that Student Accounts Office manually revise the ACORN 2017 T2202A certificate to display separate lines for May-June, and July to August so that you can claim eligible tuition fees paid and education amounts only for periods of enrolment before July 2017.