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Post-Secondary / Graduate Certificate / Bachelor’s Degree / Technical & Skills Training Full-time Programs
In accordance with the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development Tuition Fee Operating Procedures, students must submit formal written notification within 10 business days of the beginning of a semester to receive a refund of fees for the current term. Written notification can be made by completing a Withdrawal from Program Form. If you do not officially withdraw at the Enrolment Services Office you will be responsible for all fees assessed. Non-attendance does not constitute an Official Withdrawal.
If you are unable to attend because your OSAP was denied, please contact Student Accounts at 905-735-2211, ext 7555 or email email@example.com for information regarding payment plans.
For more information about withdrawing, visit Enrolment Services.
Full-time Domestic Students
If you officially withdraw at the Enrolment Services office within 10 days of the start of the semester you will be refunded for:
- all fees assessed for that term, less $500.00 non-refundable deposit (effective Fall 2015)
- and all fees paid in advance for subsequent terms.
If you withdraw after the 10th day of the semester, you will receive a refund of fees paid in advance for subsequent terms only.
International students are refunded all fees assessed for that term and subsequent terms paid in advance, less non-refundable fee(s):
- International Tuition Fees ÷ Canadian Funded Tuition Fees x $500.00 CAD
- If applicable, any fee paid for services that are non-refundable after use (airport pick-up, medical insurance etc.)
For more information about the Refund and Withdrawal process for International students please visit international.niagaracollege.ca/withdrawal-refund-process/.
Part-time Day Students
All fees paid, less $20 per course (to a maximum of $50) are refundable provided the official withdrawal is made at the Enrolment Services office prior to the 10th day of classes in the current term.