Post-secondary Program Fees
Fees are for the 2020–2021 academic year and may be revised at the College's discretion. The Board of Governors sets fees within guidelines established by the Ontario government. Fees for programs starting in fall 2021 or later are subject to increase. Total fees for most programs include the following:
|Tuition (Canadian citizens and permanent residents)||$3,537 to $19,646 (two semesters)||Varies by program. See individual program descriptions for fees.|
|Tuition (International students)||$14,330 to $26,350 (two semesters)||Varies by program. See individual program descriptions for fees.|
|Materials/Supplies||Varies from $1 to $6,461||Varies by program. See individual program descriptions for fees.|
|Student Association||$114.78||Fees levied by the Student Association|
|Convocation||$58.73||To assist in the provision of annual convocation and graduation activities, and production of final diplomas and transcripts.|
|Academic Technology Support||$94.50 per semester||To assist in the provision of digital tools and technologies to support student learning.|
|Counselling||$12.16 per semester||To assist in the provision of services and programs to support student mental health and wellbeing.|
|Career Service||$12.16 per semester||To assist in the provision of services and programs to support student career development and planning.|
|Tutoring and Learning||$12.16 per semester||To assist in the provision of services and programs to support academic skill development and tutoring.|
|Student assistance||$36.48 per semester||Covers peer tutoring, counselling and Student Success.|
|Athletic Capital||$32.11 per semester |
(fee suspended Fall Semester only)
|To support capital and operating expenses for student athletics and recreation facilities.|
|Athletics||$45.92 per semester |
(fee suspended Fall Semester only)
|To assist in the provision of varsity athletics and programming and services, and programs that support student physical health and wellbeing.|
|Health/Dental Insurance||Subject to annual renewal.|
|Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents*||$253.31 - September start-up |
$175.36 - January start-up
|International Students||$736.05 – September start-up |
$503.52 – January start-up
$270.64 – May start-up
|I.D. Card||$12||To assist in the provision of the student identification card and systems.|
|Alumni Career Services||$11.86 first year of the program.||To assist in the provision of services and programs to support career development for students one year after graduation.|
|Alumni Relations||$17.41-last year of the program.||To assist in the provision of services and programs to support the ongoing relations between GBC graduates and the College in a community of lifelong learning and engagement.|
|Canadian Federation of Students (CFS)||$8.73 per semester||CFS lobbies the government and other organizations on behalf of college and university students across Canada.|
|Student Levy**||$25.00||This optional Levy is to support bursaries, scholarships and capital expansion projects|
|Part-Time Day Students|| |
Campus Service Enhanced Technology Fee
To support capital and operating expenses for student athletics and recreation facilities.
|Withdrawal Fee (Canadian citizens and permanent residents)||$250 for 2020-2021* |
$500 for 2021-2022
|Within 10 business days (not to be prorated) of the beginning of a semester. |
* The withdrawal fee for 2020-2021 (Fall 2020, Winter 2021 & Spring 2021) is equivalent to the deposit for this year in recognition of the financial pressures caused by COVID-19.
|Withdrawal Fee (International Students)||$1000 (for most post-secondary programs)||Within 10 business days (not to be prorated) of the beginning of a semester.|
|Late Payment Fee |
(Domestic and International)
Equipment rental and refundable deposit
Students that have to pay a refundable deposit for loaning/renting equipment specific to their programs will be refunded the full amount of their deposit, if the equipment is returned is good condition subject to normal wear and tear. An proportionate amount will be deducted from their deposit if the equipment is not returned in good condition which will be equivalent to having the equipment repaired and maintained as before.
*Students may apply for an exemption from this fee if they have comparable coverage. Please contact the Student Association Benefits Office at 416-415-5000, ext. 2443 for the opt-out deadline, as no applications receive after the deadline will be accepted. Part-time students are not eligible for insurance coverage.
** If choosing to opt-out, please visit the Student Association Opt-out page. If you have any questions, please visit any of the Student Association Offices for assistance. No refunds will be issued after the opt-out deadline.
Potential refunds and academic penalties are based on the date you submit a completed and signed program withdrawal form to the Registrar’s Office. Some programs do not refund material fees. A minimum of four weeks is required to process a refund. An administrative charge of $20 will apply for replacement cheques.
Example: If you withdraw from a program within 10 working days from the start of a semester, the tuition for that semester will be refunded (and any fees paid in advance for other semesters), minus the non-refundable deposit.
There is a $1000 withdrawal fee for most post-secondary programs. Please see the International Student Withdrawal & Refund Policy for further details, or contact the International Centre by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-415-5000, ext. 2115.
Who gets the refund?
You or the organization paying your fees will get the refund. For example, if you get an OSAP bursary for child care or disability-related expenses, your refund will be paid to the Treasurer of Ontario, not to you. The College pays the refund by cheque. For some programs, material fees are not refunded.
For a copy of the international student refund procedures, contact the International Centre by e-mail at email@example.com or call 416-415-5000, ext. 2115.
The tuition fees quoted here are regulated by the Ontario Ministry of Education and Training. These and other related fees listed above are for the 2020-2021 academic year. Fees are subject to change, without notice, with the approval of the Government of Ontario and/or the Board of Governors of George Brown College.