Note that tuition, residence and meal plan fees can be paid in full or in 2 instalments. Full payment is due by August 17, 2018. For students opting for the instalment method, the first instalment is due by August 17, 2018 and the second instalment is due by December 1, 2018. Please refer to the respective fees schedule for exact instalment amounts.
Residence and Meal Plan Fees 2018-19
Undergraduate Program Fees - Canadian Citizens & Permanent Residents 2018-19
Undergraduate Program Fees (MOS) - International Students 2018-19
Undergraduate Program Fees (Arts & Social Sciences) - International Students 2018-19
Undergraduate Program Fees (Theology) - International Students 2018-19
Undergraduate Program Fees - Enroute International Students 2018-19
Undergraduate Fees - Exchange and Residence Students Only 2018-19
Tuition and Fees for Graduate MA Students
Compulsory Ancillary Fee Summary 2018-19
Huron University College no longer accepts credit cards for tuition, residence and other fees.
Payments can be submitted through:
Online/Telephone banking (from a Canadian bank account): payee is Huron University College or Huron University College Tuition. The account number is your 9 digit student number (preferred and quickest method)
Debit (in person) : Room W37
Cheque/ Money Order/ Bank Draft: payable to Huron University College with the 9 digit student number on the memo section. Can be mailed to Huron University College Attn. Student Accounts or brought to W37
Western Union Global Pay
The Bank of Nova Scotia
Bank Address: 44 King Street West, Toronto ON M5H 1H1 Canada
Swift Code/ BIC Address: NOSCCATT
Account Number/IBAN (Include ALL 12 digits): 000420241415
Transit/Routing/ABA Number: 00042
Account Name: Huron University College
Reference/Payment Details: 9 digit student number
Institution number if requested: 002
Students wishing to withdraw from a course must visit/contact an academic advisor to complete the appropriate Change of Status/Withdrawal Form or an Add/Drop form as soon as possible as the amount of refund diminishes on a weekly basis from start of classes.
Kindly refer to the appropriate refund schedule below. Regardless of attendance refunds are based on a declining fee balance, per the refund schedule, less the applicable cancellation and non-refundable fees. The following withdrawal deadlines apply for refund purposes.
Full Time students; no refund after November 30. Full Time Refund Schedule 2018-2019 *Note if you add or drop courses but remain in 4.0 credit courses or more, you are still charged full time tuition fees.*
Part Time Full Year Course; no refund after November 30. Part Time Full Course Refund Schedule 2018-2019
Part Time Half Year First Term Course; no refund after October 15. Part Time Half Course Refund Schedule 2018-2019
Part Time Half Year Second Term Course; no refund after February 15. Part Time Half Course Refund Schedule 2018-2019
All refunds are applied to student fee accounts. Refunds are first applied to any outstanding tuition. If the result is a credit balance, a refund cheque will be issued to you within 8-10 weeks. Note: if you are in receipt of OSAP or out-of-province student loans, any tuition refunds must be returned to the National Student Loan Service Centre if loans were received within the same academic year. If you are a sponsored student, any refunds will be returned to your sponsor. It is important to understand that any changes to your course registration may have financial implications.
If you are considering adding/dropping courses and are concerned about the financial impact, please contact Sheila Ita in person at room W37, by phone 519.438.7224 Ext. 216 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For OSAP implications contact Jane Parker in person at room W40, by phone 519.438.7224 ext. 215 or email email@example.com.
Health and Dental USC
Full Time students are automatically enrolled in the USC Health and Dental Plan. For more information on the plan, please visit our Student Benefits website, or if you have any questions or concerns please contact USC’s Plan Administrator Nina Joyce at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is for students participating in Orientation Week. ALL first year full time students will be charged this fee. Students can opt out by visiting; http://westernusc.ca/o-pass-opt-out/
This is the University Health Insurance Plan for International Students only. For more information, please visit: http://www.uhip.ca/
T2202A Tuition Tax Receipts
T2202A will be available on your Student Centre under Finances=> Tax Receipts => My T2202A by the end of February. The forms cannot be accessed on tablets or mobile devices so you have to use a PC. Ensure you have a pdf reader on your browser and the pop-up blocker is temporarily disabled to allow you to print/save your receipt. If you are using a Mac, you need to reboot the computer after adjusting these settings. For further help with access to your account or the tax slip, send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
T4A Scholarships and Bursaries
T4A’s will be mailed out to the address on your Huron Statement by the end of February. For inquiries about your T4A kindly contact Peggy Kelly at email@example.com or phone 519.438.7224 ext. 234
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