Fees & Financial Aid

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Paying Your Fees

Once you’ve enrolled in at least one course, your tuition invoice will update on ACORN around mid-July. From there, you need to either make a minimum tuition fee payment or defer your fees (if eligible) to become a registered student.

Viewing Your Fees

You will be able to view and print invoices from your Financial Account on ACORN starting after you enrol in at least once course. Please note that invoices are not mailed.

Payment Methods

You can pay for your fees through your bank (online, telephone, or in-person), or by credit card through ACORN.

Whether you’re making a payment from within Canada, or outside of Canada, there is a secure way of paying your tuition fees.

Deadline to pay fees: August 14, 2024

Payment methods

Fee Deferral

A fee deferral allows eligible students to officially register for their studies without having to make a minimum fee payment until a later date.

Eligible students are those who are receiving government student loan or a scholarship (that is greater than their minimum required amount to register).

Deadline to defer fees: August 14, 2024

Learn more

Have a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)?
If you have an RESP, and plan to make a withdrawal for the upcoming year, you can download a Confirmation of Enrolment letter for free on ACORN (after you enrol in your courses).

Planning Your Fees

How Are Tuition Fees Calculated?

Fees are comprised of course fees, along with incidental, system access and ancillary fees. Your tuition fees are calculated on a per-credit basis. The more courses you take, the more you pay. If you drop a course, you may be eligible for a full or partial refund, depending on the date the course is dropped. Fee and refund schedules for the upcoming year will be posted on the Student Accounts website.

Deregulated Fees

For most students, course fees will be calculated on a per-credit basis throughout their degree. Some of our programs are deregulated and have higher fees starting in second year. Learn more information about deregulated programs and their fee structures.

Non-Academic Incidental Fees

Non-Academic incidental fees are amounts charged in addition to tuition which cover the costs of services and programs not otherwise funded.

Key Resource: Student Financial Planner
Try out the Financial Planning Calculator for U of T students, a publicly available online tool to help you explore how much it will cost to study at U of T for one academic year. You can also create a budget and browse helpful resources!

OSAP & Other Government Aid

OSAP (Ontario Student Assistance Program) is a needs-based Ontario government student loan and grant program designed to assist with the cost of postsecondary educa­tion. To learn more about OSAP, visit the OSAP website.

The OSAP website explains how to begin a new application, which you can view here to help you get started.

Learn more about:

Key Resource: How to Apply for OSAP
Once you create your OSAP account, and begin the application, use the UTM How to Apply for OSAP Guide to help you complete the school, program, and course load fields correctly.

Scholarships, Grants, and Awards

Visit the following pages for more information about:

Get Help

Office of the Registrar
Room 1235, Innovation Complex
University of Toronto Mississauga
3359 Mississauga Road, Mississauga, ON L5L1C6
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