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The detailed fee schedules that list the tuition, ancillary and incidental fees for students by academic session are posted on this website early to mid-April for Summer session, and mid-July for the Fall-Winter. An annual schedule of tuition fees approved by the Governing Council can be found on the Vice-President and Provost website.Residence payment deadlines are listed in your residence occupancy agreement or handbook.
Check with your faculty/divisional registrar's office for registration dates. last day to cancel a course without academic penalty) listed below is not the same as the financial refund deadline; see the Office of Student Accounts website for refund schedule and information.The sessional dates below (e.g., beginning and ending of classes) apply to all students taking a Faculty of Arts & Science, St. The dates listed below pertain to students registered in the Faculty of Arts & Science, St.George campus only (unless explicitly stated otherwise.) Other students must follow their own faculty’s or division’s dates for registration (e.g., add/drop deadlines.) Check with your faculty/divisional registrar’s office for applicable registration dates. beginning and ending of classes) apply to all students taking a Faculty of Arts & Science, St. A&S students may enrol in UTM and UTSC courses at 6 a.m.Enrolment in Arts & Science courses begins at 6 a.m.The online Mastercard and Visa Canadian Dollar fee payment service is only available on ACORN and includes a separate and non-refundable convenience fee at a rate of 1.75% of the fee payment collected directly by Moneris.
More information about the service and how to make the fee payment by credit card can be viewed at • Making a Fee Payment • Credit Card FAQ (click title for links)View ACORN direct deposit Demo at learn how to record your Canadian bank account information on ROSI to authorize the University to deposit your refund payments into your bank account within two business days of the refund process date displayed on your ROSI invoice.2016 Tuition & Education Amount Certificates, (T2202A), for income tax purposes will be available on ACORN, utoronto February 21, 2017.
Originally controlled by the Church of England, the university assumed the present name in 1850 upon becoming a secular institution.
As a collegiate university, it comprises twelve colleges, which differ in character and history, each with substantial autonomy on financial and institutional affairs.
On April 20 at 6 a.m., students from the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) and the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) may begin enrolling in Arts & Science courses.
Last day to drop F section code courses from academic record and GPA.
for students at UTM and UTSC Enrolment begins at Departments for courses with a PE indicator Payment/Registration Deadline for 2017 Summer - last day to pay or defer fees.