Please see the Important Dates page for important information about course drop, refund, and withdrawal date deadlines. Students must drop courses by the published date to be eligible for refunds.
You are responsible for all courses in which you register and do not drop by the published deadlines.
Refund cheques are mailed out during the fifth week of classes.
- Students must drop courses by the published dates (refer to Important Dates) to be eligible for refunds. No refunds are given after January 8, 2018 and students must withdraw if they do not wish to remain in the course.
Please read the Registration Fee Payment and Refund Policy for further details.
Cancelled Class or Change of Course Schedule
The College reserves the right to make changes to the Course Schedule without prior notice. On occasion, it is necessary to cancel a course or make last-minute changes to the course time, day, or instructor. In the event of a course cancellation or a time and/or day change, the College will notify any students who may be registered in the course. Refunds will be given to students registered in a cancelled class and to students who cannot take the course on the new day or at the new time. A change of course instructor is not grounds for compensation.
Note: For the most up-to-date schedule information, check the Spring Semester 2018 Course Schedule online.
Half-semester courses (regular and online) refunds:
These courses have shorter refund periods than regular semester courses. Students must carefully check for applicable dates and deadlines.
Field Studies/Schools Program Refunds
Please check with Registrar and Enrolment Services for details.
U-Pass Refunds and Exemptions
Refer to the U-Pass website for more information.
Late charges are applied to all overdue accounts.
A $15.00 fee will be charged for NSF cheques. Students remain responsible for any outstanding balances. If their fees are not paid by the dates indicated in the Registration Guide, interest (1.8%) and late payment fees ($10 per month) will be charged. All future financial transactions within the College must be paid by cash, money order, or certified cheque.
Students who have an outstanding debt to the College for any reason (non-payment of fees, library fines, overdue books, unreturned equipment, etc.) will not be permitted to register for courses, be assessed for application to other college programs, or receive any college credential/transcript.