Students who have doubts or concerns about the adequacy of their financial resources are welcome to discuss their situation with a financial aid counselor. Staff at Enrolment Services, or at your college and faculty, are happy to provide individual counseling to students who want to investigate financial aid opportunities, discuss the possibility of appealing the amount of financial assistance they have received, or who need assistance in planning their budget for the school year.
Costs of University
The cost of a university education is a combination of tuition fees, books and other educational supplies, and living expenses.
- $5,450 and up for tuition fees, depending on your program and campus
- $1,000 and up for incidental and ancillary fees
- $1,000 and up for books and supplies
- $5,500 to $15,000 or more for residence, depending on where you choose to live, whether you purchase a meal plan, or buy and prepare your own food.
Other expenses vary according to what you can afford and personal requirements or preference.
Use the Budget Tool to help you manage your finances for the year.