Tuition fees usually vary by semester and depend on what program you’re in. Tuition does not include parking, text books or supplies, but does include specific materials fees (like costs for food used while cooking in labs.)
How much is tuition?
Tuition fees are assessed on a yearly basis. To help you understand where your money is going we produce a Fee Schedule which breaks tuition down by program. Tuition fees for domestic students attending post-secondary, graduate certificate and bachelor’s degree programs are set in accordance with the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development fee guidelines. International students have different tuition fees. View Tuition Fees
When is tuition due?
Payment due dates are is different with or without OSAP assistance, and vary by term. View Tuition Due Dates
Financial aid—scholarships, bursaries and loans—is available to eligible domestic students.
Scholarships and Bursaries
$2.5 million in scholarships, bursaries, awards and on-campus jobs are available to our 9,000 full-time students–every year. With amazing community support, our team is dedicated to making sure you succeed by lessening your financial burden. View Scholarships and Bursaries
Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)
OSAP is Ontario’s student support program, offering a mix of grants and loans to thousands of students each year to help finance their college education. Use OSAP’s Estimator to estimate how much you might receive through grants and loans. Learn more about OSAP
Tuition and Fees for International Students
Tuition fees for International students are assessed on a different schedule than Canadian students. Tuition typically includes a medical insurance fee and an activities service fee. Fees vary depending on whether or not the student is attending an English program or an undergraduate or post-graduate program. Other fees could include homestay (the cost to stay with a Canadian family), an airport pick-up fee, or a dormitory fee. View International Student Costs and Dates