Fees and Payment Information
Collegiate fees may be paid by cash, cheque, money order, Interac, or online banking (through your financial institution). Cheques and money orders should be made payable to “The University of Winnipeg.”
Please note: The University of Winnipeg Board of Regents reserves the right to change the schedule of fees and refunds without notice.
Revenue Canada does not allow Income Tax deduction claims based on Collegiate fees.
1. Course Fees
Fee statements will show a breakdown of tuition fees, registration fee, and student association fees.
Fall/Winter Session course fees for Grades 9 – 12 for 2016-2017 are assessed at $860.00 CDN per credit; $430.00 CAD per half-credit for Canadian students. Spring Session 2016 fees are assessed at $780 CAD per full credit and $390 CAD per half credit for Canadian students.
Full-time International students (taking five or more credits) will be assessed a flat tuition of $13,900.00 CAD which will cover all of the courses taken from
September 1, 2016 to August 31, 2017. International students taking fewer than five courses will be assessed course fees of $2,650.00 CAD per credit.
2. Additional Fees
a) Graduation Fee - All Grade 12 regular status students will be assessed a graduation fee of $80.00 CAD to cover the cost of cap, gown rental, diploma, diploma cover, and photo at Convocation.
b) Appeals - Every candidate may, within one week following the publication of final examination results, submit an appeal in writing to The Collegiate Appeals Committee, through the Associate Dean of The Collegiate. A fee of $15.00 CAD will be assessed for each course for which an appeal is entered.
Should the appeal be sustained, the $15.00 CAD fee will be refunded. Appeals with respect to individual items of work should also be directed to the Associate Dean.
c) Application Fee - Canadian applicants must pay a $100.00 CAD application fee (non-refundable). International applicants must pay a $150.00 CAD application fee (non-refundable). Returning students do not pay an application fee.
d) N.S.F. Cheque Fee - Should any student’s cheque be returned for non-sufficient funds, the student will be assessed an additional $45.00 CAD fee.
e) Library Fines - Students who incur library fines must pay the fines in full before a final transcript will be issued.
3. Fee Payment
Canadian students: At time of registration, all Canadian students must pay a deposit of $1,720 (equivalent to two course fees). The remaining 50% of student fees must be paid by September 9, 2016 and the final 50% of fees must be paid by January 29, 2017.
International students: First-time international students must pay full fees prior to receiving the final letter of acceptance. Returning International students are required to pay 50% of total tuition upon acceptance ($6,625 CAD). The final 50% of fees must be paid by January 29, 2017.
A student registering for only one credit MUST pay all fees at registration.
Arrangements for alternate methods of payment (such as monthly payments), may be made through a Dean where necessary.
Fees for Spring and Summer courses must be paid in full at the time of application/registration.
4. Refund Schedule
Tuition fees will be refunded to all students who withdraw completely, or from any part of their study program according to the refund schedule.
NOTE: If fees have not been paid in full, a credit will be applied to any outstanding balance before a refund is calculated.