2004-2005 University of Guelph Diploma Program Calendar

VI. Schedule of Fees

Guelph Campus

Tuition Fees

The undermentioned rates are those in effect until April 30, 2004.

The undermentioned tuition fees apply to Canadian students and those with permanent resident status. Students from outside of Canada, who do not have permanent resident status, should consult Visa Students, in this section.

Full-Time Fees - 2.00 credits or more

Program Semester Fee
Associate Diploma in Turfgrass Management $2092.00

Part-Time Fees - less than 2.00 credits

Fee per 0.50 Credit
Tuition fee $418.00
Central Student Association fee $5.69
Student Support Service fee $7.79
University Centre fee $2.24
Fee per Semester
Affordable Housing $0.87
First Aid Response $0.64
Guelph Books / The Cannon $1.02
Guelph Assistance Program $3.06
OUTLine $0.42
Part-time athletic fee $30.83
Part-time building fee $15.00
Student Health Service fee $9.25
Student bus pass $47.62
WUSC $0.78
Anishnabeg Student Association $0.25
Bull Ring $1.00
Annual Fee
Medical Insurance Premium $105.00
Dental Insurance Premium $110.00
SIGN Club $0.25

Visa Students

The tuition fee for students from outside of Canada who have obtained a student authorization and visa is as shown below:

Program Full-time Semester Fee Part-time Fee per Credit
Assocociate Diploma in Agriculture $4,678.00 $937.00
Assocociate Diploma in Horticulture $4,678.00 $937.00
Assocociate Diploma in Turfgrass Management $4,678.00 $937.00
Health Insurance

All international students registered at the University of Guelph are required to enrol in the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) -- participation is compulsory. The 2003-2004 fees are:

Visa Per Year Visa/Exchange Per Semester
Single coverage $612.47 $224.56
Two-person coverage $1,224.95 $449.11
Family coverage $1,938.66 $710.85

Students who are studying on student visas and whose immigration status changes, or those who may be eligible for the regular tuition fees but are charged the visa student fees, must present acceptable official documentation to Undergraduate Program Services, Office of Registrarial Services. To affect a change of fees in a particular semester, the documentation must be presented prior to June 30 (Summer Semester), November 1 (Fall Semester), or February 1 (Winter Semester). Dates for Summer Session courses are variable and for those, students should contact Undergraduate Program Services in the Office of Registrarial Services at the University or the Registrar's Office at the colleges. Dates are subject to change without notice.

Categories of students who are exempt from paying the visa student fee are synopsized as follows:

  • Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or their dependents.

  • applicants for permanent residency who submit the appropriate letter.

  • diplomatic or consular officers of another country or representatives of the United Nations or its agencies who are stationed in Canada, or their dependents.

  • visitors, or their dependents, who are in Canada on an employment authorization.

  • refugees (officially recognized).

  • members of foreign military forces admitted to Canada under the Visiting Forces Act, and their dependents.

The descriptions above are brief statements synopsized from the regulations of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. Final interpretation rests with the Office of Registrarial Services and documentation must be acceptable to the Office of Registrarial Services. The regulations are subject to change without notice.

Audit Courses

Registration fee per 0.50 credit audited $247.50