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Ontario Tech acknowledges the lands and people of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation.

We are thankful to be welcome on these lands in friendship. The lands we are situated on are covered by the Williams Treaties and are the traditional territory of the Mississaugas, a branch of the greater Anishinaabeg Nation, including Algonquin, Ojibway, Odawa and Pottawatomi. These lands remain home to many Indigenous nations and peoples.

We acknowledge this land out of respect for the Indigenous nations who have cared for Turtle Island, also called North America, from before the arrival of settler peoples until this day. Most importantly, we acknowledge that the history of these lands has been tainted by poor treatment and a lack of friendship with the First Nations who call them home.

This history is something we are all affected by because we are all treaty people in Canada. We all have a shared history to reflect on, and each of us is affected by this history in different ways. Our past defines our present, but if we move forward as friends and allies, then it does not have to define our future.

Learn more about Indigenous Education and Cultural Services

2019-2020 domestic and international ancillary fees

The following are ancillary fees for graduate students studying in both flat-fee and fee-per-credit programs in the 2019-2020 academic year. These ancillary fees commence September 2019.

Fees vary for full-time and part-time graduate students, as indicated below.

Ancillary fees are in addition to tuition fees (domestic and international).

Please note: 

Due to the transition to online courses for the Spring/Summer 2020 term, some fees have been reduced or waived where access to the services has been decreased or where services are no longer being delivered. These include the Universal Transit Pass (U-Pass), infrastructure enhancements, sport and recreation, and printer services.

For the spring/summer semester, continuing graduate students will be charged the normal one-third of the annual ancillary fees. These are annual fees pro-rated across three academic semesters to allow graduate students to spread their payments across the academic year.

The fees ensure students will continue to have access to important services and resources throughout the full academic year, including those that are now being delivered at a distance. Other fees cover the year-round costs for maintaining and operating buildings and facilities for student use that are not funded through general university revenues.

Mandatory ancillary fees (2019-2020)

  • Full-time students

    The following fees are charged per semester.

     Item

    Annual

    Per semester

    Career Readiness

    $68.64

    $22.88

    Graduate Student Engagement

    $67.34

    $22.44

    Student Learning

    $115.92

    $38.64

    Health Services (general)

    $26.22

    $8.74

    Mental Health Services

    $65.42

    $21.81

    Health and Wellness

    $14.96

    $4.99

    Sport and Recreation

    $67.20

    $22.40

    Intramural Sports

    $10.54

    $3.52

    Campus Access

    $74.70

    $24.90

    Campus Open Access

    $33.08

    $11.03

    Campus Safety

    $9.64

    $3.21

    Student ID

    $18.74

    $6.25

    Convocation

    $6.62

    $2.21

    Study and Activity Spaces

    $34.02

    $11.34

    Instructional Resource

    $115.22

    $38.41

    Community and Social Programming

    $10.64

    $3.54

    Wellness and Support Services

    $11.20

    $3.73

    Benefit Plan Coordination

    $23.86

    $7.96

    USU Building

    $98.89

    $32.96

    Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre

    $174.12

    $58.04

    Varsity Sports

    $77.20

    $25.73

    Student Representation and Leadership

    $8.90

    $2.96

    World University Services of Canada

    $2.70

    $0.90

    Campus Clubs

    $4.80

    $1.60

    Student Societies

    $3.28 $1.09

    Campus Life and Events

    $11.18

    $3.73

    Total

    $1,155.03

    $385.01

  • Part-time students

    The following fees are charged per semester.

     Item

    Annual

    Per semester

    Career Readiness

    $27.46

    $9.15

    Graduate Student Engagement

    $26.94

    $8.98

    Student Learning

    $46.37

    $15.46

    Health Services (general)

    $10.49

    $3.50

    Mental Health Services

    $26.17

    $8.72

    Health and Wellness

    $5.98

    $1.99

    Sport and Recreation

    $26.88

    $8.96

    Intramural Sports

    $4.22

    $1.40

    Campus Access

    $29.88

    $9.96

    24/7 Building Access

    $13.23

    $4.41

    Campus Safety

    $3.86

    $1.29

    Student ID

    $7.50

    $2.50

    Convocation

    $2.65

    $0.88

    Study and Activity Spaces

    $13.61

    $4.53

    Instructional Resource

    $46.09

    $15.36

    Community and Social Programming

    $4.26

    $1.42

    Wellness and Support Services

    $4.48

    $1.50

    Student Representation and Leadership

     $3.56

    $1.19 

    World University Services of Canada 

    $1.08 

    $0.36 

    Campus Clubs 

    $1.92 

    $0.64 

    Student Societies

    $1.31

    $0.43

    Campus Life and Events

    $4.47

    $1.49

    Total

    $312.41

    $104.12


Mandatory ancillary fee - international students (2019-2020)

  • International Health Insurance

    Item

    Annual

    International Health Insurance (international graduate students beginning their studies in fall 2019)

    $672

    The International Health Insurance fee is charged to all full-time international students on an annual basis. International graduate students who start their program in January or May will be charged a pro-rated amount for their International Health Insurance (January: $448; May: $224). You will still be responsible for the full annual amount the following September. 


Ancillary fees you may choose to opt out of (2019-2020)

  • Health and dental (full-time students only)

    Item

    Annual

    Health and Dental (graduate students beginning their studies in fall 2019)

    $250.32

    The Health and Dental fee is charged to all full-time students on an annual basis. Graduate students who start their program in January or May will be charged a pro-rated amount for health and dental (January: $201.70; May: $153.08). You will still be responsible for the full annual amount the following September. 


Fee descriptions


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 university’s 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.