Fees and Income Tax
Thesis, Comprehensive Exams and Project students
Only students who have received formal approval from the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research to transfer to "Inactive Status" (Academic Regulation 5.2.6) by way of a Leave of Absence are exempt from continuous registration and associated thesis fees. All other students must register every term until comprehensive exams, theses, and projects are completed (including corrections) and formally accepted.
When a student would otherwise be financially penalized through no fault on his or her part, the Dean of Graduate Studies may authorize suspense of payments for one term.
Due Dates for Payment of Fees
For students paying full-time fees, term payments are due the thirtieth (30th) day of September (fall term), the thirty-first (31st) day of January (winter term) and the thirty-first (31st) day of May (summer term, if applicable).
Tuition fees (per course) are due at time of registration. Registrations will not be processed without payment.
Income Tax Receipts - T2202
Income tax receipts are normally available in February for the previous calendar year. The amount deemed eligible is a deduction for provincial tax purposes and a tax credit according to federal tax regulations. Income tax receipts will not be issued for unpaid balances due to RMC.