2007-2008 University of Guelph Undergraduate Calendar

VI. Schedule of Fees

All fees for a semester are due and payable on or before the date scheduled for registration for that semester.

Provisional registration may be granted to students who make arrangements with the Associate Registrar, Student Financial Services (SFS), to defer payment of their University account. Deferred payment normally will be granted only to students who can show proof of financial assistance from O.S.A.P. or other awards which can be confirmed by the University and are not on hand at the commencement of classes through no fault of the student. Students should apply for O.S.A.P. two months in advance of the first class day of each semester, in order that the application can be processed in time to have funds for registration. Cancellation of registration may be exercised at the discretion of the University for failure to complete the registration payment. Registration will be cancelled for students who have not paid or made satisfactory arrangement for payment by the deadline announced by SFS each semester. There is a $200.00 reinstatement fee levied for full-time students and $100.00 reinstatement fee levied for part-time students wishing to register after deregistration. Reinstatement will not be allowed after October 15th for the Fall semester, January 31st for the Winter semester and June 15th for the Summer semester.

Fall Semester Only - Minimum Registration Deposit

ALL students are required to make the minimum, compulsory, non-refundable Registration Deposit of $200.00 prior to the beginning of the Fall semester (please refer to the Student Financial Services website Tuition & Fees Announcement. Payment of this deposit by the deadline date will ensure that the courses selected for the Fall term will be retained. There are no exemptions from the payment of this deposit irrespective of current account balance or funding to come in the future. This condition may be waived on a case by case basis under extenuating circumstances, e.g. medical or compassionate grounds with documentation.

Academic sanction may be applied to students who have not made payment, or suitable arrangements for payment, of their University account. Academic sanction will prevent one or more of the following:

  1. release of semester examination results

  2. release of transcripts

  3. granting of a degree or diploma

  4. registration for a subsequent semester