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Fees & Financing

Taking Care of Your Finances

When are my fees due?

Due Dates for September 2016 to April 2017
  • June 20, 2016 - First year undergraduate domestic non-refundable deposit ($400)
  • August 5, 2016 - First term fees are due
  • December 16, 2016 - Second term fees are due

 

Past due accounts will be subject to Interest of 1% monthly until the balance is paid in full.

Tuition is calculated based on the selection of academic level (undergraduate or graduate), academic program, course load (full-time or part-time), cohort year and citizenship.

 

Initial statements are emailed in July for upcoming academic year. Account balances are thereafter available on WebAdvisor. (under the Financial Information section)

You are responsible for paying your university fees within the set deadlines regardless of whether you have received an e-statement notification or not, since you have online access to the status of your account at all times.

Any changes in registration during the academic year will modify the balance of the account. Late registration, late payment and interest will accrue after the set deadlines.

What are my fees owing?  

Step 1 - Find your program fees in Undergraduate Fees or Graduate Fees
Step 2 - Find the fees associated to your Student Association, add this to your program fee (in some cases this has already be calculated for you).
Step 3 - Will you be staying in residence? If so go to the Residence & Meal Plans page and add the fee for your residence.
Step 4 - Did you choose a meal plan? If so, go to the Residence & Meal Plans page and add the fee for your meal plan.

What are my Payment Options?

  1. Pay the full amount for the Fall and Winter sessions (tuition for the full academic year based on the fees schedule for program of study, association incidental fees, residence and meal plan).  Add up the total of the above tuition, incidental fees, residence and meal plan fees.
  2. Pay for one session at a time:   (most of the time, this would be half of the total tuition fees based on your program of studies).
    • Pay all association incidental fees, 
    • Pay all Fall courses, 
    • Pay half of Fall/Winter courses, 
    • Pay half of residence fees and half meal plan fees. 
    • Thereafter, the balance of the account is due December 16, 2016. If winter courses are added after December 16, 2016 fees must be paid following registration.  Students are responsible for paying their university fees within the prescribed time limits regardless of whether they receive an e-statement notification or not, since they have online access to their Account Summary at all times.
    • Late service fees and interest charges will accrue on outstanding balances.
  3. OSAP recipients
    • The payment of fees will be deferred without financial penalty until September 16th, 2016 if student has instructed OSAP to pay their fees directly to Laurentian University, and they are receiving sufficient funding. 
    • It is the student’s responsibility to ensure their OSAP application is complete and a confirmed assessment has been obtained in order for the University to receive funds in a timely manner. 
    • If the amount available from the first and second OSAP disbursement is less than the required amount the student is responsible to pay the difference to the University by the set deadlines.
    • If student has instructed OSAP not to pay their fees on their behalf, student must ensure payment of the full first instalment is received by August 5th, 2016 and second instalment December 16, 2016.
  4. Scholarships/Awards
    • If you are paying your fees in full by August 5, 2016, you may deduct the total value of your awards from the total cost of your full year’s fees.  If you are paying by instalment, you must pay the full first installment, and your awards will be applied to your student account to reduce 2nd term fees. 

Tuition fees are approved by the University Board of Governors, in accordance with the tuition policy set by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.

Tuition is calculated based on the selection of academic level (undergraduate or graduate), academic program, course load (full-time or part-time), cohort year and citizenship.

Initial statements are emailed in July for upcoming academic year. Account balances are thereafter available on the WebAdvisor.

Students can view the balance of their account online by consulting the Account Summary on the WebAdvisor, under the Financial Information section. Students are responsible for paying their university fees within the set deadlines regardless of whether they have received an e-statement notification or not, since they have online access to the status of their account at all times.

Any changes in registration during the academic year will modify the balance of the account. Late registration, late payment and interest will accrue after the set deadlines.

In accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA), Laurentian University will not release information to a third party unless a “Consent to Release Information” form is on file. Consent Forms must be completed in person only at the « Student Services Center ».

All fees are subject to change at any time with the approval of the University Board of Governors.

Consult full fees information in the adjacent menu.