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Payment deadlines

Deadlines to pay the non-refundable deposit for all students, including students on OSAP and those starting new programs:

  • Fall semester deposit  by June 15, full balance due Sept. 9
  • Winter semester deposit by Oct. 15, full balance due Jan. 12
  • Summer semester deposit by March 15, full balance due May 10

When do I need to pay a tuition deposit?

Students are required to pay a deposit once per academic year. This means all students pay a deposit in the fall term. If you were not here in the fall, you will be required to pay a deposit in the winter term. If you were not here in the fall or winter, you will be required to pay a deposit in the summer term.

Students who change to a different program are also required to pay a deposit for their first semester of the new program regardless of if they have paid a deposit in a previous term or not.

The deposit amount is $500 for domestic students and $2,500 for international students. This is a non-refundable deposit toward your tuition. International students, please refer to New tuition policy for calculation of non-refundable amount.

If your deposit payment is not received by the deadline, your place in the program may be forfeited or given to another student on the waiting list. Georgian reserves the right to refuse payments made after the deadline if the program is full.

Deposits can be paid by credit card. If you choose to pay the deposit, you will be able to register into your courses and agree to pay the balance of your fees.

In-person payments are not accepted on the first and second days of each term. You may pay directly through your bank on those days. The balance of your fees or full fee payment cannot be paid by credit card or personal cheque.

Full tuition deadline

After paying the deposit or reserving your seat, the balance of fees is due on the second day of term. Here are upcoming tuition fee deadlines:

  • Fall semester fees by  Sept. 9
  • Winter semester fees by Jan. 12
  • Summer semester fees by May 10

Full tuition fees will continue to be invoiced and paid every term. Students who have not paid fees, have not checked the “remit to college” option on their OSAP applications or submitted a sponsorship letter will be charged a $150 late fee. This will also affect access to college systems and future registration terms.

How to pay your fees

Georgian is unable to accept fee payments by credit card or personal cheque. You may pay your deposit (only) by credit card. You can pay:

Through your financial institution

Through your financial institution: This includes telephone and online banking or in person at your branch. The payee is “Georgian College TUITION” and your account number is your nine-digit student number. Bank payments will be processed within three days, so please pay prior to the deadline.

Credit card payment (for deposit amount only)

You can now pay your deposit ($500) by credit card ($2,500 for international students). We’re sorry but we are unable to accept fee payments, other than deposits, by credit card. You can make your tuition deposit payment on your Banner account under the fee payment section.

In person

You can pay by debit, certified cheque, cash or money order. Be sure to write your student number on the back of your certified cheque or money order. If you’re paying by debit, please check your daily limit as many banks set limits of $500 per day.

By mail

Send a certified cheque or money order by mail to Georgian College, Office of the Registrar, One Georgian Dr., Barrie ON L4M 3X9. Remember to include your nine-digit student number and allow sufficient time for the mail to arrive by the payment deadline.

By converting Aeroplan™ miles

Students, family members, friends and donors can direct their Aeroplan™ miles toward tuition at Georgian. For every 35,000 Aeroplan Miles, a $250 credit can be transferred to Georgian to cover tuition. Visit higheredpoints.com for information on how to redeem Aeroplan miles and transfer them to a specific Georgian account. Georgian receives the transfer the same way other bank transfers are received. The transfer appears as a “non-refundable” cash deposit visible in the student’s account within two to three business days. Fees must be received by deadlines, please check important dates for fee payment deadlines.

NOTE: Aeroplan miles can be converted through the above online process only, not in person at the front counter or via other payment methods.

® Aeroplan and Aeroplan logo are a registered trademark of Aimia Canada Inc.  ® TM Trademarks of Eduwiki Inc. used under licence by Higher Ed Points Inc. 

Other payment options for international students

Payment deadlines

Deadlines to pay the non-refundable deposit for all students, including students on OSAP and those starting new programs:

  • Fall semester deposit  by June 15
  • Winter semester deposit by Oct. 15
  • Summer semester deposit by March 15

When do I need to pay a tuition deposit?

Students are required to pay a deposit once per academic year. This means all students pay a deposit in the fall term. If you were not here in the fall, you will be required to pay a deposit in the winter term. If you were not here in the fall or winter, you will be required to pay a deposit in the summer term.

Students who change to a different program are also required to pay a deposit for their first semester of the new program regardless of if they have paid a deposit in a previous term or not.

The deposit amount is $500 for domestic students. This is a non-refundable deposit toward your tuition.

All students on OSAP are required to pay the minimum non-refundable deposit ($500) in order to register for courses. You will not  receive your OSAP funding until you have paid the minimum tuition deposit and commenced classes.

Full tuition deadline

After paying the deposit, the balance of fees is now due on the second day of term. Here are upcoming tuition fee deadlines:

  • Fall semester fees by  Sept. 9
  • Winter semester fees by Jan. 12
  • Summer semester fees by May 10

Full tuition fees will continue to be invoiced and paid every term.

If you miss a full tuition payment deadline, you will be charged a $150 late fee*. This will also affect access to college systems and future registration terms.

If you select the “don’t pay fees on my behalf” box on your OSAP application, it is your responsibility to pay your tuition by the second day of the term. If you miss a full tuition payment deadline, you will be charged the $150 late fee.

Exceptions to late fee

OSAP will automatically remit payment to the college. If the tuition remittance is not received by the 30th day of the term, a $150 late fee will be added to your account. Apply for OSAP at least eight weeks prior to the start of your academic year.

Payment deadline

Deadline to pay the non-refundable deposit for all students, including students on OSAP and those starting new programs:

  • Fall semester deposit  by June 15, full balance due Sept. 9
  • Winter semester deposit by Oct. 15, full balance due Jan. 12
  • Summer semester deposit by March 15, full balance due May 10

When do I need to pay a tuition deposit?

Students are required to pay a deposit once per academic year. This means all students pay a deposit in the fall term. If you were not here in the fall, you will be required to pay a deposit in the winter term. If you were not here in the fall or winter, you will be required to pay a deposit in the summer term.

Students who change to a different program are also required to pay a deposit for their first semester of the new program regardless of if they have paid a deposit in a previous term or not.

The deposit amount is $500 for domestic students. This is a non-refundable deposit toward your tuition.

Second Career students who are approved under the Second Career program and who pay their deposit will not be charged the late fee provided the full fees are covered.

Sponsored students

Deadline to pay the non-refundable deposit for all students, including students on OSAP and those starting new programs:

  • Fall semester deposit by June 15, full balance due Sept. 9
  • Winter semester deposit by Oct. 15, full balance due Jan. 12
  • Summer semester deposit by March 15, full balance due May 10

When do I need to pay a tuition deposit?

Students who are sponsored by a government agency, WSIB, employer or any organization providing fees directly to Georgian must provide a supporting letter prior to the fee deadline. The letter must verify the sponsorship and provide an explanation of how and when fees will be paid to Georgian, the amount sponsored and for what duration. Once we receive this letter, we will update your records and you will be able to register into courses. 

Students who have provided a letter of sponsorship will not be charged the late fee provided the letter indicates that all fees will be covered.

First-year program fees

Some programs include work terms to which tuition and related fees are not applicable.

2015-16 2016-17
Activity fee $89.14 $89.14
Athletic activity $40 $40
CSAF (College Student Alliance fee – varies by program) $2 to $6 $2 to $6
Ed tech $79.50 $79.50
Universal fitness  $35 $35
Student ID $5.67 $5.67
Insurance $230 $230
Alumni
Paid once only in first program registration (typically semester 1)
$52.39 $52.39
Convocation
Paid once per program; if multiple programs are sought, fee is assessed multiple times
$30.59 $30.59
Communication Placement Assessment
Paid once only with semester 1 registration in college certificate or diploma level programs
$30 $30
Student success $112.57 $112.57
Co-op (programs with co-op option only) $195 $215
Lab fees 2015-16 2016-17
Books and supplies Varies by program, approximately $500 to $2,000

Program-specific fees

Flightlab (AVIA1002) introduces the practical aspects of flight from the cockpit of an aircraft thereby enhancing the theoretical portion of our three-year Aviation Management diploma program. The course consists of six hours of in-flight instruction in a four-seat aircraft (along with three other students and your pilot) as well as 2 hours of ground briefing.

Flightlab will run concurrently with Aviation Orientation (AVIA1000) in Semester 1. Aviation Orientation is the theory component of FLIGHTLAB. Upon completion of this course, students will have demonstrated the ability to:

  • Explain aircraft documentation and identify aircraft pre-flight procedures
  • Describe weather factors relating to flight safety procedures
  • Outline various air maneuvers and emergency procedures
  • Explain basic instrument navigation techniques
  • Associate weight and balance calculations with aircraft performance calculations
  • Explain VOR and ADF tracking
  • Verbally demonstrate aircraft handling procedures

Advanced Flightlab (AVIA2001) continues and enhances the principles introduced in Flightlab. It applies VFR navigation theory of the program through cross-country flight and reinforces navigation and navigation aid concepts from the cockpit of an aircraft. The course consists of five hours of in-flight instruction (along with three other students and your pilot) as well as two hours of ground briefing. Advanced Flightlab will run concurrently with Navigation and Navigation Aids (AVIA2002) in Semester 4. Navigation and Navigation Aids is the theory component of Advanced Flightlab. Upon completion of this course, students will have demonstrated the ability to:

  • Prepare VFR cross country flights
  • Participate in a VFR cross country flight
  • Participate in an IFR cross country flight
  • Explain the operation of instruments used in IFR navigation

After completing both FLIGHTLAB and Advanced FLIGHTLAB, students will have received a total of four hours of ground training and 11 hours of in-flight training. The in-flight training in both courses will be with three other students, plus the pilot, in a four-seat aircraft. The combined 11 hours of in-flight training is designed to enhance training in a cockpit environment at a significantly reduced cost than that of a student obtaining this level of training privately.

Your cost

The cost of FLIGHTLAB is $610 and includes flight and ground transportation. This cost is included in your total first-year fees which are due in June. The cost for Advanced FLIGHTLAB is estimated at $610 and will be due at the same time as your Semester 4 fees (due in March – price subject to change without notice).

If you currently have a PPL, commercial pilot’s licence or have completed more than 22.5 hours of flight time toward your PPL, you may apply for an exemption from FLIGHTLAB and Advanced FLIGHTLAB. In addition, if you have passed the Transport Canada ground school test, you may apply for an exemption from Aviation Orientation. Exemptions will be granted on an individual basis. Please contact the Aviation Management Co-ordinator at 705.728.1968, ext 1419, for more details.

Ground transportation

Transportation to the airport from the college is included in the FLIGHTLAB and Advanced FLIGHTLAB fees. There will be no weekend flying required unless weather conditions dictate a change in the established flight timetables.

Aside from tuition, housing, and your personal expenses, there are some costs that Marine students incur:

Marine Emergency Duties (MED’s) are not included in your tuition but are required for co-op placement and to obtain a licence after graduation. The costs below are 2015 prices and are subject to change.

Full-time student (cadet) rates:

Year 1                                                                                              Year 2

STCW Basic Safety: $820 approx.                                   Proficiency in Survival Craft: $725 approx.

Marine Advanced First Aid: $375 approx.                  Advanced Fire Fighting: $1125 approx.

These four courses combined would cost $4,782 approximately. if taken outside of the cadet programs!

The Marine Emergency Duty Training will be held in Owen Sound at various locations on campus and around the city.

Marine Security Training

All cadets will require training in security prior to first co-op placement. Course fee is approximately $65.

Marine Engineering Technician program

  • Coveralls – approximately $60

 Marine Navigation Technology Program

  • Chart Work Tools – approximately $50

Costs for both Marine Engineering Technician and Marine Navigation Technology (all approximate)

  • Textbooks – $500 per year
  • Parking – $160 per semester(optional/approx.)
  • Transport Canada Simulator Exam – $60
  • Steel-Toed Boots – $125
  • Transport Canada Marine Medical – $125
  • Transport Canada Discharge Book / Record of Sea Service – $20
  • Cost of obtaining a US D-1 visa if student is a permanent resident of Canada
  • School uniform $250

Tool and uniform requirements for culinary labs

Students are required to wear approved uniforms in all culinary labs. This is to ensure that sanitation, safety and brand standards are met in the course delivery.

Culinary students are required to have their complete uniforms for the first week of classes, Week 1, in all practical labs.

Uniforms can be purchased online at www.clickauniform.com or by calling 1. 800.387.0641 (toll-free) or 705.721.4313. You will see the detailed uniform requirement, sizing charts and payment methods. The uniform package will be shipped to your home. The package is sold as a kit to ensure competitive pricing from our suppliers.

If you live in the Barrie area, you may purchase uniforms at 21 Commerce Park Drive Unit D, Barrie.

Safety shoe requirements

Safety shoes are not included in uniform kits but are required for labs.

  • Black shoes with slip-resistant soles
  • The stitching in the shoes should be oil-resistant
  • The shoes must be made of a material that will prevent puncture from a dropped knife
  • The material must also be easily cleaned and sanitized and prevent the accumulation of soil that can support the growth of pathogens
  • The shoes must have closed toes and provide arch support

There are many safety companies and manufacturers whose footwear meets these criteria for a reasonable cost. Please note that if you choose a clog-style shoe, it must be designed for the professional kitchen environment (Crocs are not acceptable).

Tool kits

The Culinary program tool kits are a course requirement for Culinary Management, Culinary Skills and Chef Training programs. Tool kits have been designed to work in accordance with program curriculum and are available for purchase through: http://www.CanadaCutlery.ca/georgian-college.html.

Please read and follow the instructions on the website carefully. If you do not have access to the internet, or you require further assistance in placing your order, please call Canada Cutlery at 1.800.698.8277.

Textbook requirements for labs

  • Food Safety Code of Practice – for Canada’s Foodservice Industry, ISBN: 978-0-9811878-0-8
  • On Cooking – A Textbook of Culinary Fundamentals, 5th Canadian Edition, ISBN: 978-0-13-800918

Questions?

Phil Leach
Co-ordinator – Culinary programs
Philip.leach@georgiancollege.ca  or 705.728.1968, ext. 1833

Anthony Bevan, CCC
Co-ordinator – Culinary programs
anthony.bevan@georgiancollege.ca or 519.376.0840, ext. 2461

Students will learn to design, fabricate, fit and adjust complete and partial dentures for community clients at Georgian’s Oral Health Clinic located in the Sadlon Centre for Health, Wellness and Sciences. Students are required to purchase a toolkit at the start of the program to support the fabrication and adjustment of dentures. The cost of the toolkit is approximately $4,000. Toolkits are available directly through two suppliers and may be purchased during the first week of classes. The items in the toolkit are those which denturists will use in their practice, however they are available at a large discount to our students as they begin the program.

If you are enrolled in any of the programs listed below, you will be required to wear protective footwear to prevent injury when working in some of the labs.

Art and Design Fundamentals

Fine Arts

Goldsmithing and Silversmithing

Interior Design – first year only

Jewellery and Metals

The footwear must meet CSA standard Z195-09 for Protective Footwear.  There are two levels of protection: green triangle and yellow triangle. Green triangle provides better protection and is more common, therefore is the preferred footwear.  

Marking
Protective Footwear green triangleGreen triangle footwear has sole puncture protection with a Grade 1 protective toe (withstand impact up to 125 joules).
Protective footwear yellow triangleYellow triangle footwear has sole puncture protection and Grade 2 protective toe (withstand impact up to 90 joules)

Local retailers offer affordable alternatives for protective footwear in a variety of styles. However, we may also invite a business that sells protective footwear to the campus at the beginning of the fall semester, for your convenience.

If you have any questions please contact your program co-ordinator.

(This information is subject to ongoing review and change.)

Estimated expenses for incoming students (Fall 2016):

Estimated Up Front Expenses: $2,530 to $3,410

Students who already own photography gear equivalent to the equipment listed below will have lower upfront expenses.

The Digital Photography and Imaging (DPAI) program at Georgian College has a fully-equipped photo studio and several computer labs for instructional use. Georgian College also offers a multitude of quality printing options at a low price.

However, students of the program are required to have a personal DSLR camera and certain related equipment. Below you will find a cost breakdown as well as suggested and recommended options for each item.

NECESSARY CAMERA GEAR $1390-$2170
BASIC $1,390 UPGRADE $2,050+ BASIC $1,400 UPGRADE $2,120+

·         Canon T6i Body w/18-55 kit lens $1000

·         Canon 430EX Flash $390

 

·         Canon T6i Body) $850

·         Sigma 17-70 lens) $600 OR Canon 18-135 lens $630

·         Canon Speedlite 600EX Flash $600

·         Nikon D5500 Body W/18-55 kit lens $1000

·         Nikon SB-700 Flash $400

·         Nikon D5500 Body $870

·         Sigma 17-70 lens $600 OR Nikon 18-140 lens $650

·         Nikon SB-910 Flash $650

NECESSARY EQUIPMENT $1,140 to $1,240

·         Tripod (Manfrotto Mk294a3-A0rc2 W/496rc2 ) $230*

·         Solid Equipment Bag (Lowepro Classified 220aw Sling Bag) $150

·         Radio Triggers (PocketWizard Plus X Transceivers) $200

·         2x SDHC 16GB+ Cards (Sandisk/Lexar) $70

·         Backup Battery (Brand Specific) $90

 

*Students must purchase a Manfrotto 220PL plate if  a different brand of tripod is purchased.

BASIC $400

UPGRADE $500

·         Light Meter (Sekonic L-478d Litemaster Pro) $400

·         Light Meter (Sekonic L-478dr Litemaster) $500

 

OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT/SOFTWARE

·         Memory Card Reader $45

·         Adobe Creative Cloud – Monthly $20 OR Annual $240

·         Powered 1TB (minimum) Hard Drive $100+

·         External Monitor (21” and up) $100+

BASIC

UPGRADE

·         Canon 50mm 1.8 lens $170

·         Nikon 50mm 1.8 $250

·         Windows Laptop/Desktop $400 to $900

·         Canon 50mm 1.4 lens $480

·         Nikon 50mm 1.4 $580

·         Mac Laptop/Desktop $1,100 to $1,400

OTHER ESTIMATED YEARLY EXPENSES

·         Printing $250+

·         Mounting $200+

·         Presentation $100+

*All product and company names are trademarks™ or registered® trademarks of their respective holders. Use of them does not imply any affiliation with or endorsement by them.

In addition to the aforementioned equipment and consumable costs, textbooks are required for some courses and their cost will vary from semester to semester.

If you have further questions regarding equipment requirements, please contact:

Terry Hrynyk – Program Co-ordinator

Digital Photography and Imaging

Required supplies and tools

Estimated expenses for incoming students:

The following items will need to be purchased through the bookstore:

  • Toolkit
  • Colour kit
  • Mannequins and stand

Approximate total:  $2,500

(This information is subject to ongoing review and change.)

To be successful in the program, you are required to have a personal notebook computer (either PC or Mac architecture) prior to the start of the program that meets or exceeds the following hardware specifications:

  • Intel 15 processor or AMD equivalent
  • 4GB of memory (8 GB recommended)
  • 250GB hard drive

Additional operating systems, security tools and software used in the program will be provided to the student upon commencement of the program.

To be successful in this program, you are required to have a personal notebook computer (either PC or Mac* architecture) prior to the start of the program that meets or exceeds the following hardware specifications:

Hardware ($800 to $1,200)

  • Intel i3 processor or AMD equivalent
  • 4GB of memory
  • 250GB hard drive

Operating system (included with hardware)

Microsoft Windows (version 7 or later) or Apple OS X (version 10.7 or later)*

Software ($800)

  • Adobe Photoshop**
  • Adobe Illustrator**
  • Adobe Dreamweaver**
  • Adobe Flash**
  • Microsoft Office***
  • Microsoft Visual
  • Studio***

Total estimated cost: $1,600 to $2,000

Your existing notebook computer may satisfy the above hardware requirements.

Questions?

Scott McCrindle, Co-ordinator or call 705.728.1968, ext. 6113.

*Mac users will need to be have Microsoft Windows installed either as a disk partition or using a third-party virtualization software package

**All Adobe products are available via a monthly subscription licence fee (estimated at $40/month)

***Microsoft product licences are provided through an agreement with Microsoft Canada at no additional cost

To be successful in this program, you are required to have a personal notebook computer (either PC or Mac* architecture) prior to the start of the program that meets or exceeds the following hardware specifications:

Hardware

  • Intel i5 processor or AMD equivalent
  • 4GB of memory (8 GB recommended)
  • 250GB hard drive

Your existing notebook computer may satisfy the above hardware requirements.

Required hand tools

  • Good quality approved safety glasses and safety boots
  • ¼” drive BASIC ratchet set including standard and metric sockets
  • 3/8” drive BASIC ratchet set including standard and metric sockets
  • Combination wrench set 5/16” – 7/8”
  • Combination wrench set 6 mm – 20 mm
  • Soft-faced hammer (medium size)
  • Ball peen hammer (16oz)
  • Pliers: Needle nose, slip joint and channel lock types
  • Wire stripper and connector/crimping tool (good quality)
  • Diagonal side cutters 6”
  • Feeler gauge set (flat)
  • Spark plug gapping tool
  • Screwdriver set (Philips, flat and Torx)
  • Punch set
  • 12” square
  • Tape measure
  • Utility knife
  • Gasket scrapper
  • Digital multi meter (reasonable quality)
  • Hack saw (with spare blade)
  • Small flashlight
  • Toolbox (tote or drawer type) small with lock

All tools and toolboxes must be able to fit in a 2ft by 2ft storage cabinet.

Estimated tool kit costs: $500 and up

Suggested location to purchase tools: Canadian Tire

You will also be required to purchase a $125 parts/accessory kit per semester directly from the college.

Questions?

Rob Davidson, Co-ordinator, 705.526.3666, ext. 3725 or rob.davidson@georgiancollege.ca

Kevin Janes, Faculty/Instructor, 705.526.3666, ext. 3721 or kevin.janes@georgiancollege.ca

Small Engine Mechanic/Marine Engine Mechanic

Georgian College, Midland Campus

Student ancillary fees and descriptions

Activity

Applied to costs associated with enhancing the cultural, social and recreational life of students. It is administered by the Georgian College Students’ Association (GCSA) and includes social, recreational, cultural, leisure, clubs, orientation, student communications and student government operations.

2015-16 fee: $89.14 per term

2016-17 fee: $89.14 per term

Part-time fee: $ 0.35 per credit hour

Alumni fee

Provides graduates with a lifetime membership in the Georgian College Alumni Association. This fee must be paid at the beginning of your program and is a “once only” fee. Non-refundable to non-graduates. Payment of this fee constitutes consent for the Alumni Association and its partners to contact you after graduation about reunions, postgraduate programs, special college events, exclusive discounts on services and key news about Georgian College. You may opt out of this communication at any time.

2015-16 fee: $52.39 (one-time fee)

2016-17 fee: $52.91 (one-time fee)

Athletic activity

Applied to costs associated with varsity sports, intramural and extramural sports, campus recreational sports, and resources to support athletics, and general equipment purchases for the gym and fitness centre. The fee is administered by the Student Athletic Association (SAA)

2015-16 fee: $40.00 per term

2016-17 fee: $40.00 per term

Part-time fee: $0 .16 per credit hour

College Student Alliance

This fee is administered by the Georgian College Students’ Association (GCSA) to provide students with membership in the College Student Alliance.

2015-16 fee: $6 per year ($3 per term)

2016-17 fee: $6 per year ($3 per term)

Communication Placement Assessment

An assessment process used by Georgian College to place you in appropriate Communications courses.

2015-16 fee: $30 (one-time fee)

2016-17 fee: $30 (one-time fee)

Convocation

Offsets costs directly related to graduation ceremonies. This fee must be paid at the beginning of each program and is non-refundable to non-graduates.

2015-16 fee: $30.59 (one-time fee – per program)

2016-17 fee: $30.59 (one-time fee – per program)

Co-operative education

Covers a portion of the costs related to the administration and services of co-operative education programs. This fee must be paid by students whose work experience is administered by their academic area. Payment of this fee does not guarantee employment.

2015-16 fee: $195 per term

2016-17 fee: $215 per term

Part-time fee: $0 .85 per credit hour

Education technology

Offsets the cost of a number of enhanced technology initiatives that directly benefit students, including software and hardware upgrades in student computer labs, the establishment of high-tech classrooms, internet access and an Open Learning Centre for students.

2015-16 fee: $79.50 per term

2016-17 fee: $79.50 per term

Part-time fee: $0 .31 per credit hour

Part-time admin

Supports costs associated with the delivery of part-time activity to offset costs for materials retained by students. Assessed to students registered as part-time only.

Part-time fee: $ 0.40 per credit hour

 

Student ID

Covers the cost of the student ID card which is required to write exams, pick up OSAP loans, access library services, gain admission to the Student Athletic Centre, borrow athletic equipment, access computer labs, and when dealing with service areas.

2015-16 fee: $5.67 per term

2016-17 fee: $5.67 per term

Student success

Offsets the cost of non-academic services available to all students including, but not limited to, learning strategies, accessibility, adaptive technology and services, counselling, career services, peer mentoring and learning labs.

2015-16 fee: $112.57 per term

2016-17 fee: $112.57 per term

Part-time fee: $0 .45 per credit hour

Universal fitness fee

Covers student membership to the fitness centre and access to all related programs including health and wellness workshops and nutritional support.

2015-16 fee: $35 per term

2016-17 fee: $35 per term

Part-time fee: $ 0.16 per credit hour

This information is subject to ongoing review and change.

I'm on OSAP. What happens if my loan isn't available by day 2?

All students must pay their deposit to secure a seat. OSAP is set up to automatically remit payment to the college. If the tuition remittance is received from OSAP by the college and the full tuition amount owing is paid after the deadline but before the end of the first month of classes, the late fee will be reversed.

However, should you choose not to redirect your funds, you will face a late fee if your tuition is not paid by the deadline. OSAP students will remain registered in their courses but must pay the balance of their fees prior to the end of term or will be denied access to records and/or registration.

Apply for OSAP at least eight weeks prior to the start of your academic year.

What happens if I pay my deposit, register, and then don't pay the fees on day 2?

A late fee of $150 will be added to the outstanding amount. Students will remain registered but fees must be paid prior to the end of term/next registration period.

If I don't pay the balance, am I still registered?

Yes. Students who registered but did not pay their fees by day 2 will remain registered.  However, a late fee of $150 will be added to their outstanding amount.

I'm sponsored. What happens if my sponsor doesn't pay by day 2?

Sponsored students who have secured sponsorship and provided the college with evidence prior to the tuition deadline will remain registered. No late fee will be added to their account.

I'm Second Career. What happens if my sponsor doesn't pay by day 2?

Second Career students who have secured sponsorship and provided the college with evidence prior to the tuition deadline will remain registered provided the deposit was paid. No late fee will be added to their account.

What if I can't pay the deposit amount?

The deposit amount is $500 for domestic and $2,500 for international students. Students need to plan accordingly to pay this amount in order to confirm their seat in the program. The deposit can be paid by credit card to help offset financial costs. No late fee will be added if the deposit is not paid by the deposit deadline but we cannot guarantee a seat in the program unless the deposit is paid by the deadline.

Can I pay a lesser amount than $500 (or $2,500 for international students)?

The deposit amount cannot be reduced. The deposit can be paid by credit card to help offset financial costs. Georgian no longer charges a $65 late fee if the deposit is not paid by the deposit deadline but we cannot guarantee a seat in the program unless the deposit is paid by the deadline. Full fees are due by the second day of the term.

What happens if I need to withdraw?

In order to receive a refund of any fees or to have outstanding fees adjusted if the deferral option was chosen, you must withdraw in writing by the 10th day of classes. Check important dates for withdrawal deadlines.

Applicants who provide proof of a refused study visa/permit are eligible for a full refund.

Withdrawals must be in writing. You are not considered officially withdrawn if you simply do not attend class or if you verbally notify your teacher, registration staff, counsellors or college staff.

What happens if I reserve my seat and register but don't pay by day 2?

If you have not paid your fees by the second day of the term, you will be removed from your classes.

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