2016-2017 academic year
Tuition fee calculation change
Starting with the Winter 2017 term, the University will be introducing a clearer, simpler way of calculating tuition fees. The year you started university (entering year) will no longer be used to determine your tuition fees. Instead, they will be based on how far you have progressed in your university program.
Tuition fees will be calculated differently for undergraduate and for graduate programs.
Fees will be based on the total number of units (formerly called credits) you will have completed by the end of the term you are being billed for.
- 30 units or less
- 30.01 to 60 units
- 60.01 to 90 units
- 90.01 units or more
Example: If you have already completed two full-time terms (30 units with a standard course load), and will be enrolling for 15 additional course units each for the Fall 2016 and Winter 2017 terms, the total number of units used to determine your tuition fees for the Winter 2017 term will be 60, putting you in the 30.01 to 60 units tuition fee level.
2016-2017 billing schedule
Since the change to the tuition fee structure only takes effect for the Winter 2017 term, it will have a temporary impact on the University billing schedule.
For this academic year only, the University will be billing for the Fall and Winter terms separately. Students registered for both the Fall 2016 and the Winter 2017 terms will be billed in August for the Fall term and in December for the Winter term. Thus, Winter 2017 tuition fees will not appear on the August invoice (or be immediately available for viewing on the statement of account in uoZone).
This will be a one-time occurrence. Afterward, the regular billing schedule will include tuition fees for both the Fall and Winter terms.
For the tuition fee payment deadlines, see important academic dates and deadlines.
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