Co-op Fees

In addition to your University of Toronto tuition fees, you will be required to pay an additional co-op fee. This fee (outlined below) is applied to your student account in your first year, and will continue to be applied to your account each term until you graduate.

It’s important to note that the co-op program fee isn't directly linked to enrolment in your co-op preparation courses or to participation your work terms.

What is the program fee for?

These co-op fees help us to offset the costs of running the program and help us to offer you services that help you succeed, including:

  • Advising and preparing you for your co-op work terms through classes, networking events, mock interviews, and more
  • One-on-one office hours for assistance during your job searches with our work term engagement coordinators
  • Building relationships with reputable employers who post new and recurring positions with the program
  • Monitoring the quality and suitability of the jobs that come through our office, as well as conducting work site visits while you’re on the job

Co-op fees billing schedule

The co-op fees below will be billed to your student account each semester (three times per calendar year).

Entering Co-op from high school?

You will be billed in each of the first 8 semesters that you are either enrolled in academic courses or on a work term.

Entering the program in your second year?

Your payment schedule will be slightly different. You will be billed in each of the first 6 semesters that you are either enrolled in academic courses or on a work term. For more information, please refer to the “second-year entry” columns in this chart.

  First-year entry Second-year Entry
Program  Domestic International Domestic International

Arts (Humanities & Social Science)

$448 $630 $597 $840
Computer Science $555 $737 $739 $983
Molecular Biology & Biotechnology $448 $630 $597 $840
Neuroscience $448 $630 $597 $840
Physical & Environmental Sciences $555 $737 $739 $983
Psychology $448 $630 $597 $840

Questions?

More information about tuition fees and other university-related expenses for future students can be found on the Admissions & Student Recruitment website.

For a full list of fees and other details for current students, visit the U of T Fees website