Financial Information

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Tuition and Fees for 2016-2017

The Registrars Office is responsible for billing student accounts according to the current Tuition and Fee Schedule. We are designated signing officers for Canadian and US Student Loan programs and we can provide official confirmation of student enrollment when needed for RESPs, personal bank loans, or any other purpose.

Effective September 1, 2017 - Listed in Canadian Funds. All fees are subject to change

Undergraduate Tuition + Fees

Fees are listed as flat rates.

  Tuition Fees TOTAL  
Domestic (per 3 credit hour course) $795 $105 $900  
Domestic (full-time semester) $3,975 $525 $4,500  
International (per 3 credit hour course) $1,110 $105 $1,215  
International (full-time semester) $5,550 $525 $6075  

Graduate Tuition + Fees

  Tuition Fees TOTAL  
Domestic (per 3 credit hour course) $1,215 $105 $1320  
International (per 3 credit hour course) $1,530 $105 $1635  

Costs of books and supplies not included.

 

Graduate Online Courses Tuition + Fees

  Tuition Fees Distance Access Fee TOTAL  
Per 3 Credit Hour Course $1,215 $105 $135 $1455  

Costs of books and supplies not included.

 

 

Audit Fees

       
  Audit Fee Fees TOTAL  
Per 3 Credit Hour Course $200 $105 $305  

Costs of books and supplies not included.

 

     

Modern Language Institute

       
  Tuition      
English as an Additional Language (EAL) $275 per week      
English for Academic Purposes (EAP) $4420 per semester      

Costs of books and supplies not included.

 

     

Residence Rate

       
Per Semester $2,900      
         
Application Fees + Deposits        
Application Fee        

Domestic Students

$50      

International Students

$150      
Residence Reservation/Damage Deposit        

New Students

$150      

Returning Students

$100      
Confirmation of Enrollment (International Students) $300      

 

Application Fee is required with application and is non-refundable. To qualify as a domestic applicant you must be a Canadian citizen, Canadian Permanent Resident, or US Citizen.

Residence Reservation/Damage Deposit (New Students) is required with application.  Upon registration, the $150 will serve as the room damage deposit and remain on account for the duration of occupancy.  Non-refundable after July 1 for September enrollment and December 1 for January enrollment.

Residence Reservation Deposit (Returning Students) In addition to the $150 damage deposit already on his/her account, the student is required to pay this deposit at the end of each year, to reserve a room in residence for the following semester.  The amount is credited to the student's account and is non-refundable after July 1 for September enrollment and December 1 for January enrollment. 

Confirmation of Enrollment for International Students (excluding US students) is required upon Tentative, Probationary or Final Acceptance to secure placement for the fall/winter semesters.  It is credited to the student's account upon registration.  The Confirmation of Enrollment fee is non-refundable but will be held on the international student's account for up to 2 years which allows the student sufficient time to apply for a study permit.

Additional Fees        
Lab Fees (see course list for more info)     Varies

Applied Music Lesson Fees

per credit hour; music majors qualify for a $40 per credit hour subsidy

  $140
Practice Room Fee (per semester)     $30

Aviation Course Fees

Click here for complete list of fees

    Varies
College & Career Success Workshop     First Registration: $150; Subsequent Registrations: $350
Commuter Student Collegium (per semester)   $30
Locker Rental (per semester)     $15
Duplicate Syllabi       1-5: free; 6-10: $10; 11-20: $20; 30+: $25
Early Arrival       $30 per day
Late Course Change Fee       $25 per change
Late Registration Fee       $50
Letter of Permission Request     $15
Official Transcript       $10

Transfer Credit Assessment

First Assessment is FREE

    $15
Extension Request     $100
Degree Parchment Reprint     $50
Graduation Fees: Certificates, Diplomas, and Absentia Degrees     $65
Graduation Fees: Attending Degree     $110
Hood Purchase: Bachelor     $100

 

 

 

 

Payment of Fees

All charges for the semester are due and payable by the Friday of the first week of the semester. A payment arrangement option for full-time students is available by contacting the Accounting Assistant and Student Finance Coordinator. Part-time students are not eligible for payment arrangements and must pay in full by the deadline. A $55 loan registration fee will apply to all payment arrangements and all accounts not paid in full by the payment deadline, and unpaid accounts will be charged interest at 1.0% monthly (13.2% annually). Transcripts, degrees, diplomas and certificates are withheld until accounts are paid in full. The Business Office accepts cash, cheque, or Interac. Payment for Online courses must be received at the time of registration, and the Business Office also accepts Visa, Mastercard or Online payments for these courses. Please contact the Business Office with all questions related to payment.

 

Refund Policy

All charges for the semester are due and payable by the Friday of the first week of the semester. A payment arrangement option for full-time students is available by contacting the Student Aid Coordinator. Part-time students are not eligible for payment arrangements and must pay in full by the deadline. A $55 loan registration fee will apply to all payment arrangements and all accounts not paid in full by the payment deadline, and unpaid accounts will be charged interest at 1.0% monthly (12.7% annually). Transcripts, degrees, diplomas, and certificates are withheld until accounts are paid in full. The Business Office accepts cash, cheque, Interac or wire transfer. If set up in advance, Providence can also accept a bank-to-bank transfer from another Canadian bank. Payment for online courses must be received at the time of registration, and the Business Office also accepts Visa, Mastercard or online payments for these courses. Please contact the Business Office with all questions related to payment.

 

Academics: Regular Session

Full refund prior to course start date. There will be a 10% reduction per calendar week for each of the first four weeks following the course start date.  There will be no tuition fee refunds after the fourth week of classes. 

 

Academics: Online Courses

Tuition: Full refund (less late course change fee of $25) prior to course start date.  There will be a 10% reduction per calendar week for each of the first four weeks following the course start date .  There will be no tuition fee refunds after the fourth week of classes.


Technology Fee: Full refund if cancelled prior to or during the first week of class. No refund after the first week of class.

 

Academics: Condensed format (Modular) Courses

Full refund (less late course change fee of $25 or deposit) prior to course start date.  Up until first 1/2 day ends, 90% refund.  Up until second 1/2 day ends, 80% refund.  No refunds after second 1/2 day ends.

 

Residence

Students may withdraw from residence within two weeks of their semester registration and receive the appropriate pro-rated refund on residence.  Students who voluntarily withdraw or are dismissed (disciplinary sanction) from the residence at any point past the two-week grace period will forfeit their entire semester room fee and be given a pro-rated board refund, less a 10% administrative fee on the board portion.

 

 
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