VI. Schedule of Fees
The undermentioned rates are those in effect until April 30, 2005. At the time of printing the 2005-2006 fee schedule had not been determined. 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 Student Fees, in this section.
Note: For tuition fees for the University of Guelph-Humber please check the University of Guelph-Humber website at http://www.guelphhumber.ca/.
Note: Special or Non-degree full-time students pay the same tuition fee per program as indicated by programs for regular full-time students.
Full-Time Fees - 2.00 credits or more
Part-Time Fees - less than 2.00 credits
Visa Student Fees
The tuition fee for students from outside of Canada who have obtained a student authorization and visa is as shown below:
Health Insurance for International Students
All international students registered at the University of Guelph are required to enrol in the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) - participation is compulsory. The 2004-2005 fees are:
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 Programs Services, Office of Registrarial Services. To effect 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).
Categories of students who are exempt from paying the visa student fee are synopsized as follows:
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.
Other Tuition and Incidental Fees
Note: Students who withdraw or are required to withdraw from the co-op program after accepting their second work term offer of employment will be required to pay all remaining co-op fees.
Guelph students attending other institutions are required to pay the University of Guelph the cost of full-time tuition and compulsory fees (less the Bus Pass fee). These students are assessed a $75.00 Administration Fee.
Foreign students attending the University of Guelph are required to pay the University Health Insurance premiums shown below (UHIP) as well as the medical insurance premium, and Bus Pass fee.
Semester Abroad Program
Students are required to pay full-time tuition plus the compulsory medical insurance premium and dental plan premium.
Senior Citizens (Canadian Citizens & Permanent Residents only)
Senior citizens, aged 65 years and over as of the first day of the month in which registration for a semester occurs, who are admitted for registration, will be exempt from the payment of tuition, student organization and other fees, with the exception of material costs required for Fine Art and Distance Education courses.
Summer Semester and Summer Session
For classification purposes, any combination of Summer Semester credits (13 week) and Summer Session credits (6 week) that total 2.00 credits or more will constitute full-time enrolment and tuition and other university fees will be charged accordingly.