- Students with Disabilities
- Senior Citizens
- Exchange and Study Abroad
- Dependents of Employees
- Distance Education courses only
- Univerisity of Guelph Employees
- Native American, Alaskan Native, or Native Hawaiian Students
Dependents of Employees
If you have applied, qualify and been approved for the Tuition Assistance Plan for Dependent Children and Spouses through Human Resources, this credit will be applied to your account and reduce the amount to be paid. Any balance is the student's responsibility to settle by the payment deadline to avoid financial sanction.
Distance Education Courses only
Students taking only Distance Education (DE) courses will be required to pay compulsory fees and the DE Administration Fee, which is charged per DE course. Compulsory fees are posted on the Tuition and Fees webpage.
University of Guelph Employees
If you have applied, qualify and been approved for the Staff Registration and Tuition Waiver through Human Resources, the appropriate tuition and fees will be waived and reduce the amount to be paid. Any balance is the student's responsibility to settle by the payment deadline to avoid financial sanction.
Native American, Alaskan Native, or Native Hawaiian Students
The University of Guelph honours the Jay Treaty of 1794. If you possess a Native American, Alaskan Native, or Native Hawaiian citizenship document from tribes that are state or federally recognized, or an Indian Status card from the government of Canada, you will be eligible for domestic tuition. Documentation must be presented to qualify. Undergraduate students submit the documentation to Enrolment Services. Graduate students submit the documentation to the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. Please contact the International Student Advisor and the Indigenous Student Advisor to ensure that you are connected to the supports available to you.