If you add a course after you’ve already paid, additional fees must be paid when the course changes are made. However, if you’ve dropped a course and have already paid your tuition and fees, you may be eligible for a refund. See below to find out if you’re entitled to a refund and how to claim that refund.
I dropped a course. Will I get my money back?
If you dropped your course or withdrew from your program:
- Within the first six days of your four-month term or the first three days of your two-month term, you are entitled to all of your money, less the tuition deposit that you paid.
- Between seven and 15 days after your four-month term began or four and seven days after your two-month term began, you are entitled to all of your money less a $50 charge per course dropped and the tuition deposit that you paid.
Note: You are not entitled to a refund if you dropped your course or withdrew from your program after these dates. Also note that non-attendance does not constitute automatic withdrawal.
How do I get my refund?
Contact the Financial Services Cash Office (CE2310) by phone, by email or in person. Refunds will be made payable to the payer. If you request to pick up a refund cheque made payable to you, please have your student card or other picture ID available.