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Miscellaneous fees

  • Acceptance fees

    Graduate students are required to pay a $100 non-refundable deposit to accept an offer of admission. This remains on the student’s account to be used towards tuition fees.

    If a student withdraws within their first year, or defers their offer of admission, the university revokes the deposit.

    Should a student graduate without having spent their deposit, they may be eligible for a refund.

    Note: In some cases, an applicant may be able to accept their offer of admission prior to paying the acceptance deposit. Contact gradadmissions@ontariotechu.ca for more information.

  • Program and course fees
    Item
    Cost

    Graduate diploma in Accounting

    $250

    Graduate reinstatement fee

    $100

    Graduate workshop non-attendance fee

    $25

    Supplemental/special examination fee

    $25

  • Administrative fees
    Item
    Cost

    Documentation assessment fee (normally assessed through OUAC)

    $60

    Deferred exam fee

    $45

    Grade appeal fee (refundable if appeal successful)

    $30

    Graduation gown fee
         Online
         On-site


    $35
    $50

    ID card replacement fee (waived if card defective or theft can be established)

    $10

    Late fee - application to graduate

    $40

    Late payment fee1

    1.5 per cent

    Parchment replacement fee

    $50

    T2202A replacement fee

    $10

    Transcript fee

    $12

    Verification of fees paid

    $10

    1A late fee will be applied to your account if your tuition is not paid by the due date. Interest will be calculated at a monthly rate of 1.5 per cent compounded on the monthly balance. This will be applied to your account on the last day of every month.


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