Fees & Payment
Fee Payment Information
- Your fees invoice is available for viewing or printing when you login to ROSI.
- The invoice shows you the total amount of tuition and incidental fees you are required to pay.
- The minimum-amount-to-register payment is displayed on the invoice. You must pay (or defer) the minimum amount by the Registration Deadline.
- The University does not automatically mail an invoice. If you need an official invoice, request one from the Registrar's Office or the Student Accounts Office.
- You are expected to view your account and make the appropriate payment at a bank by the registration deadline.
- If you make changes to your courses check your revised balance on ROSI. Make an additional payment if appropriate. If your changes result in a credit balance the University will issue a refund. Students are encouraged to set up direct deposit on ROSI to receive quick refunds. Otherwise, if you wish to expedite a refund contact the Student Accounts office.
- Under certain circumstances, students may defer payment of their fees until they receive their funding. These arrangements must be made by the appropriate session deadline. Visit the Financial Aid website for details.
- Students are considered "late" if they select their first course after the session deadline to register, and must follow late registration procedures.
- Students who do not pay fees (or have an approved fee deferral) by the deadline will be removed from courses on the financial cancellation date and their course space will be made available to other students.
- International Students may obtain additional information on paying fees by clicking here.
Methods of Payment
- Online, telephone or ATM banking (follow the bill payment procedures with your financial institution) – no invoice is required, but you do need the account number showing on the top right-hand corner of your ROSI financial account under invoice format (up to 5 capital letters + 10 numbers)
- In-person Bank Teller – print your ROSI financial account using invoice format to submit with payment
- Refer to Student Accounts website for further details about paying your fees.
- Note: it takes approximately 3-5 days for your payment to arrive in your ROSI financial account from the bank. Monitor this on ROSI to ensure it arrives before the Financial Cancellation deadline.
How to set up on-line banking privileges
Fees payment can be processed at any of the financial institutions listed below and most credit unions. Provide them with your account number and the name 'University of Toronto'. Your account number is printed on your ROSI financial account under invoice format in the top right-hand corner. It consists of the first five characters of your surname (in capital letters) and 10 numbers which is your student number with leading zeroes. Make sure you distinguish between the letter 'O' and the number 'zero'.
Visit the appropriate websites for detailed instructions on how to set up online (personal) banking Privileges:
- After you select courses, Student Accounts will assess your fee charges. Fee assessment happens in mid July for the Fall/Winter sessions and in mid April for Summer session.
- Login to ROSI under Financial Account from the main menu. Here you will see your account information and fee charges once fee assessment processes.
- NOTE: An invoice is not normally required to make a fee payment and so the University will NOT automatically mail you one. Students are expected to view their account details on ROSI and make the appropriate payment at the bank by the registration deadline. If you need an official invoice (*see notes below), request one from the Registrar's Office or Student Accounts.
Fee Payment Deadline
REGISTRATION DEADLINE - DEADLINE TO PAY FEES
April 25, 2014
|Fall only or Fall & Winter||
August 18, 2014
November 24, 2014
Late payment or late request to defer fees can result in severe consequences. If you pay your fees after the registration deadline for the session (above), bring your proof of payment to the Registrar's Office BEFORE the Financial Cancellation date (below) for the session to avoid being withdrawn from courses.
Financial Cancellation date
Students are withdrawn from courses on the Financial Cancellation date (Summer Session - May 9, 2014; Fall only and Fall/Winter Sessions - August 29, 2014; Winter Session - December 5, 2014) if:
- payment has not reached the student account
- an approved fee deferral has not been recorded
Avoid being deregistered by monitoring your Registration Status on ROSI. You will find your "Status" on the ROSI home page. To view your status on the home page scroll down to find the heading for the appropriate session and click on the plus sign. A status of "registered" means your proof of payment or deferral has been processed and everything is fine!
- Enrol in courses
- Make your fee payment at your bank by the Registration Deadline for the session. For information about how to pay fees - click here. Under certain circumstances students who cannot make their payment by the deadline may qualify for a fee deferral - click here for details.
- Next, check your registration status on ROSI just before the financial cancellation date. It takes 3-5 days for your payment to reach your student account from the bank. Once it is received in your ROSI financial account your registration status will change from INVIT to REG. You will also see your payment in your ROSI financial account. To monitor this, select "Personal Timetable" from ROSI's main menu. Look for your Registration Status. A "REG" status means your registration is complete; an "INVIT" status means your payment has not reached your student account (or you do not have an approved fee deferral) and are at risk of being withdrawn from courses on the financial cancellation date. Remember - If you are concerned about your registration status contact the Registrar's Office before the cancellation date.
Students who enrol in their first course after the Registration Deadline for the session must:
- show proof of payment to Registrar's Office staff before the financial cancellation date. Failure to do this will result in being withdrawn from courses.
- pay the late registration penalty in the Registrar's Office. The late registration penalty is $44 the first business day late, plus $5 each additional business day up to a maximum of $114.
- This penalty also applies to students who request to add courses late because
they were withdrawn from courses for non-payment and students on probation
who petition to request reinstatement of courses dropped because of course
Please read before accepting an offer to these Subject POSts!
The Ontario government has deregulated tuition fees for Computer Science, Management and subject POSts that lead to the BBA degree. Fees for these programs, after first year, are higher and assessed differently than other programs. The fee you pay depends on when you were first admitted to (and registered in) a degree program at UTSC or the Faculty of Arts and Science - see the section on Fees charged by Subject POSt on the Student Accounts website.
In your first year of study (fewer than 4.0 credits earned), you pay the regular UTSC course fee. In later years, you pay program fees which are applied according to your full or part-time status in a session:
- Full-time students (enrolled in 1.5 credits or more in a session) pay a flat program fee.
- Part-time students (enrolled in less than 1.5 full credits in a session) pay the program per course fee.
Fee Reassessment for Deregulated Subject POSts
Once admitted to the program, you will be charged retroactively for all courses completed after the session in which you completed your fourth full credit equivalent. If you enrol in the subject POSt, check ROSI for your revised balance and pay this as soon as possible. Students with financial difficulties should discuss their concerns with a Financial Aid Advisor (AA142).
Course Load Changes for Deregulated Subject POSts:
Program students, who decide to drop to part-time status (fewer than 1.5 credits in a session) are strongly advised to do this during the 100% refund period. Dropping from full to part-time status during the 50% refund period will result in fee reassessment as listed below:
- 50% of the program fee will be charged
- 50% of the program per-course fees charged according to the credit weight of your existing courses
- Full-time incidental fees charged
Part time students should be aware that adding courses to 1.5 credits or more in a session, after the 100% refund period will result in full-time Program fees being applied. If it is not your intent to study full-time and you are merely making course changes you should drop courses first and then add.
Withdrawal from these deregulated subject POSts:
It is important to be aware of the deadlines to withdraw from these programs before accepting, as there will be no refund of program fees when cancellations occur after the deadline for the relevant session. Refer to the Student Accounts website at www.fees.utoronto.ca for details on cancelling a de-regulated Subject POSt. Students withdrawing from the Coop program should also notify the Coop Office.
- If you cancel your registration (ie. withdraw completely from a session by dropping all your courses or registration in a program) on or after the first day of classes there is a minimum charge in effect during the 100% refund period.
- See the student accounts website for details.
In accordance with the University Policy, the Registrar's Office charges the following user fees:
- Certification/confirmation of enrolment letter or form – $7.00
- Clerical check of marks – $13.00
- Copy of final examinations – $13.00
- Deferred UTSC exam (flat rate) – $70.00
- Student Card Replacement– $12.00
- Re-enrolment– $24.00
- Tax receipt (T2202) - $5.00 (free when printed from ROSI)
- Late Registration Penalty - $44.00 on first day, plus $5.00 each additional business day
- Letter of Permission – $25.00
- Photocopy of file material – $13.00
- Transcripts– $10.00 (Note: effective May 1, 2014 rate will increase to $12)
These fees are subject to change at any time by administrative authority of the Vice-Provost and Assistant Vice-President (Planning and Budget)
Concurrent Teacher Education Program (CTEP) Fee InformationStudents enrolled in the Concurrent Teacher Education program are expected to study on a full time basis. This means students enrol in a minimum of 2.5 credits per session over at least two of three sessions offered each academic year. UofT Scarborough is on a trimester system. This allows students to complete their studies over five years. CTEP students are charged a sessional full time program fee (flat rate). The program fee can be found on the Student Accounts website at www.fees.utoronto.ca
Under some conditions a student may be permitted to study on a part-time basis. Students must discuss this with the CTEP Coordinator. Students permitted to enrol in fewer than 1.5 credits in a session must immediately report this to the CTEP Coordinator. This is necessary to ensure that program fees are adjusted correctly. In order to avoid financial consequences, these changes should be made and reported during the 100% refund period. These dates are listed on the Student Accounts website.
CTEP students, who decide to drop their course load to fewer than 1.5 credits in a session during the 100% refund period, will have fees reassessed as listed below:
• 100% of the full time program fee will be reversed
• 100% of the per course fee will be charged according to the student’s credit weight for the session
• Part-time incidental fees charged
CTEP students, who decide to drop their course load to fewer than 1.5 credits in a session during the 50% refund period, will have fees reassessed as listed below:
• 50% of the full time program fee will be charged
• 50% of the program per-course fees charged according to the credit weight of your existing courses in the session
• Full-time incidental fees charged
CTEP students who wish to withdraw from the program should notify the CTEP Coordinator immediately.
For complete information regarding fees and fee assessment go to the Student Accounts website at www.fees.utoronto.ca
Students enrolled in these programs are assessed a program fee in addition to tuition fees. Refunds of these program related fees are assessed according to the Incidental fees refund schedule.
For details click here.