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Ancillary fees for international students

The following are compulsory ancillary fees for international graduate students studying in both flat-fee and fee-per-credit programs in the 2017-2018 academic year. The 2017-2018 fees commence September 2017. Please note: actual charges on your account may be higher or lower.

2017-2018 Full-time ancillary fees

 Item
Annual
Fall 2017
Winter 2018
Spring/Summer 2018

Student Life1 

$251.55

$83.85

$83.85

$83.85

Health and Wellness2

$60.63

$20.21

$20.21

$20.21

Campus Health Centre3

$35.12

$11.70

$11.70

$11.70

Infrastructure and Service Enhancements4

$171.49

$57.16

$57.16

$57.16

Campus Access and Safety5

$139.97

$46.65

$46.65

$46.65

Athletics Complex Membership6

$36.04

$12.01

$12.01

$12.01

Varsity7

$119.14

$39.71

$39.71

$39.71

Intramurals8

$10.18

$3.39

$3.39

$3.39

Campus Recreation and Wellness9

$170.36

$56.78

$56.78

$56.78

Student Organization10

$166.36

$55.45

$55.45

$55.45

Instructional Resource11

$110.96

$36.98

$36.98

$36.98

U-Pass12

$254

$127

$127

TBD

Health/dental13

$208.88

$208.88

-

-

University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP)14

$648

$648

-

-

Total

$2,382.68*

$1,407.77

$550.89

$423.89*

 *Plus fee for spring/summer 2018 U-Pass.

  1. University-wide programs and services focusing on student success: specialized academic support and programming; new student transition programming; leadership development; off-campus housing; career and employment services; and support for graduate students.
  2. Professional health-care services, counselling and mental health support.
  3. Campus-wide health-care services including medical care, chiropractic, massage therapy, nutrition counselling, orthotics, pharmacy and physical therapy.
  4. Upgrades and enhancement of operations, facilities or infrastructure dedicated to student use. Graduate students in the MA in Education and MEd programs are exempt from the Infrastructure and Service Enhancements fees.
  5. General student space overhead, access copyright and campus safety services, including campus ID, Campus Walk, security monitoring and Code Blue stations.
  6. Total access of fitness centre and Campus Field House.
  7. Intercollegiate athletics programs in hockey, soccer, golf, rowing, badminton, curling, dance and women’s lacrosse as approved by referendum.
  8. Intramural program run by Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre.
  9. Mortgage, capital refresh and operating costs as approved by referendum.
  10. Student Association fee for student-run services, support and outreach; mortgage, capital refresh and operating costs of Student Centre; and student-run radio station.
  11. Software and support provided by IT Services.
  12. All full-time graduate students receive a Universal Transit Pass (U-Pass), which provides unlimited access to Durham Region Transit. Graduate students in the MA in Education and MEd programs are exempt from the U-Pass fee.
  13. Fee set by insurer for extended health/dental services. Full-year payment required in September. Domestic and international students who start their program in January or May will be charged a pro-rated amount for health and dental. They will still be responsible for the full annual amount in the following September. Students who have other coverage can use the student insurance in co-ordination with their current coverage to increase coverage, or they can opt out of the dental and extended health portion of the plan. Please visit the Student Association website for more information and deadline dates for opt out.
  14. UHIP is mandatory for international students. Actual fee set by the insurer and full-year payment required in September. International students who start their program in January or May will be charged a pro-rated amount for UHIP coverage. They will still be responsible for the full annual amount the following September.

Important note: Fees are subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made to ensure that the fees listed on this page are accurate. In the event of an inconsistency between the fees published here and those approved by the UOIT Board of Governors and/or administration, the latter shall prevail.

No ancillary fees will be refunded after the first 10 lecture days in any semester.

To review fees from past academic years, please visit the fees archive web page.