G2 – First Year Domestic Tuition and Ancillary Fees by Program
- A. General Information
- B. Admission
- C. Transfer Admission from Other Postsecondary Institutions
- D. Library Collections
- F. Student Experience Information
- G. Annual Student Expenses
- H. Instructional Faculty and Class Size
- I. University Revenue and Expenses
- J. Research
- K. Other Useful Information
Transfer Admission from Other Postsecondary Institutions
Student Experience Information
- F1a The NSSE (National Survey of Student Engagement) - Evaluation
- F1b The NSSE (National Survey of Student Engagement) - Would Repeat
- F2a Results from the CGPSS (Canadian Graduate Professional Student Survey) - Would recommend or choose again?
- F2b Results from the CGPSS (Canadian Graduate Professional Student Survey) - Overall Quality
Annual Student Expenses
Instructional Faculty and Class Size
Other Useful Information
- K2 Key Performance Indicators, Employment Rate of Graduates in Undergraduate Programs
- K2A Key Performance Indicators, Degree Completion Rate for Undergraduate Cohort, New Year 1 Students
- K2A2 Key Performance Indicators, Degree Completion Rate for Undergraduate Cohort, New Year 1 Students
- K3 Retention Rates
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G2: First Year Domestic Tuition and Ancillary Fees by Program
Source: COU and universities
Guelph: Tuition fees for the Engineering program vary by specialization. Maximum fee is shown 2009 forward.
OCAD does not have an Arts & Science program, but lists their fees under Fine Arts. For the purpose of comparisons among universities, the Fine Arts fee has been entered under Arts & Science.
Ottawa (2012-13): Fee information for the University of Ottawa only. Fees for the Law program represent the Common Law program only; tuition fees for Civil Law are generally about 55% of Common Law fees.
Saint Paul: Source: Institutional records.
Toronto and all 3 campuses: (1) Ancillary fees vary by college, faculty and campus.
(2) Students who are registered in Commerce and Computer Science programs pay the same fee as Arts & Science students in their first year. The higher fees noted in the above table are for second year students (who are in the first year of the Commerce and Computer Science programs).
(3) Excludes the Toronto School of Theology.
Toronto Total: Data shown is for the St. George campus except for Journalism which is only offered at UTSC.
Toronto St. George: Ancillary fees vary by college, faculty and campus. Ancillary fees for Arts & Science, Environmental Studies/Science, Business & Commerce and Computer Science shown above are based on University College.
Waterloo (2008-09): For information on institution-specific programs (Co-op program fees, Accounting and Financial Management, Computing and Financial Management, Applied Health Sciences, Mathematics, Engineering, and Computational Mathematics), please see Waterloo's CUDO web site.
Huron (2009-10): For fees on Media Info/Technoculture and Theology see university website.
King’s (2006-07): data not reported.
WLU: 2016-17 undergraduate and graduate tuition fees can be found at: https://students.wlu.ca/reigstration-and-finances/tuition-and-fees/tuition-fees.html
York (2011): Source: COU and York University