Course and Program Fees: Fall/Winter 2020-2021

As detailed in President Lenton’s message to the community on May 19, Summer 2020 courses and most Fall 2020 courses will be delivered online and remotely. Students are able to access the courses they need to progress in their programs, and we will be offering our full selection of academic programming this Fall. Regardless of delivery format, we will maintain the same high-quality learning experience for which York is known, and our course directors are developing innovative ways to enhance online instruction including adding virtual experiential activities and opportunities for students to engage with each other online. Online and remote courses offer the same course material, course credit value and degree progress as in-person courses, therefore, regardless of delivery format, our fees remain the same. Some supplementary and associated course fees, where the associated service cannot be provided online or remotely, will be waived.

Note about reporting income for OSAP applications: Any Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) or Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB) funds received should be reported as study period income and not government income. Income from those programs is subject to the $5,600 per term income exemption.

How are Course and Program Fees Determined?

Please see the following FAQs to learn how course and program fees are calculated:

Note regarding supplementary and associated course fees for Fall 2020:

Some supplementary fees, where the associated programming or services have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, have been reduced accordingly.

For undergraduate students, the Athletics & Recreation fees have been reduced to 80% for the Fall 2020 and Winter 2021 terms.  For graduate students, the Athletics and Recreation fees have been reduced to 60% for the Fall 2020 term and will be assessed at 100% for the Winter 2021 term.

Associated Course Fees have been waived for Fall 2020 ONLN (online) and BLEN {blended) courses. Individual Faculties may waive or reduce associated course fees for other courses as they deem appropriate.

New Students

If you are a student entering York on or after September 9, 2020 for the 2020-2021 Fall/Winter term, these fees tables display, by Faculty/program, different fee scenarios for students who are new to York. Select the session below and your Faculty/program.

Course and Program Fees: Fall-Winter 2020-2021

Course and Program Fees: Summer 2020

Continuing Students

If you are a student who entered or returned to York on or after September 9, 2020 for the Fall/Winter 2020-2021 term or on or after May 5, 2020 for the Summer 2020 term, click the button below to see your course and program fees. These fees can vary depending on the year you entered or returned to York and your Faculty or program.