Tuition & Fees

The domestic fee for taking one full-credit course (1.0) in the 2017-18 session will be approximately $1,800.00.  In 2016-17 the cost for the CHRM Program Total cost  (5.0 courses excluding books) was $7,728.82

Tuition fees are subject to change from year to year.   The 2017-18 tuition fee schedule will be made available, by  Student Accounts, on their website

The following fees (from 2016-17) do not include the cost of  books or other course materials and is meant to help you estimate the costs for 2017-18.   There may be additional ancillary fees levied for enrolment in specific courses or for individual circumstances. These will be reflected in the student's invoice.  Students who drop from full-time to part-time after the 100% refund period will be charged full-time incidental fees. 

Fees Schedule 2016-17

Tution Fees Payment:  Registration will occur automatically if you pay at least the minimum first installment of your fees (or officially defer them) by  August 30, 2017 (for 2017 Fall AND 2018 Winter). If your payment has not been received or officially deferred by these dates you will be removed from your courses at any time.  The Student Accounds office will allow a processing time of 10 days for bank payments to be received by the University before removing you from courses. If you wish to register after you have been removed, you will be charged a late registration fee.


  • Keep your dated receipt of fees payment in case it is required later.
  • If your payment has not been received or officially deferred by the above deadlines, you will be removed from your courses at any time. We will allow a processing time of 10 days for bank payments to be received by the University.
  • Students with outstanding financial obligations to the university (including tuition and residence charges) must pay their fees in full before registering in the next academic session. Payments will be applied first to outstanding debts from previous sessions before being applied to a subsequent session.
  • Be sure to keep your mailing address current on ACORN. All mail from the University will be sent to this address at all times. The University is not responsible if mail is not received because of an incorrect mailing address.

Financial Aid
For most full-time, undergraduate students at Woodsworth College, the first avenue of financial assistance is through the federal and provincial (ie OSAP) loan program.  Eligible students must maintain a course load of at least 60% in each term to qualify for federal/provincial funding.

If you have no outstanding fees from previous sessions and if you applied for OSAP by the appropriate deadline, you may request deferral of your fees payment. This deferral is not automatic! You must complete the deferral online (on ACORN) or at the Office of Student Accounts, 215 Huron St or at Woodsworth College registrar's office by the registration deadine or you will be removed from your courses.  For details, see the Student Accounts web site.  If you need to defer your fees but did not apply for OSAP by the deadline you should go to Admissions & Awards, 172 St. George St., to request a deferral form.

Financial Aid for Part-time Students
Depending on their course load, part-time students can apply for the Noah Meltz Grant, a grant offered though the University of Toronto to assist part-time degree students with their educational costs, or part time OSAP. The application for the Noah Meltz grant and information about Part time OSAP can be found on the Enrolment Services website.

Woodsworth College Bursaries and Grants
The College has an extensive bursary and grant program.  Students are encouraged to apply when applications become available October 1 for the Fall/Winter Session and the first day of classes in the summer session.  Most students applying for a bursary will have already applied for other funding. However, students are encouraged to meet with the College’s financial advisor to discuss their individual circumstances.  Do not hesitate to make an appointment to see the Awards Officer. Contact Yvonne Hilder to discuss your financial plan.

OSAP Repayment
If you have been financing your education with Canada or Ontario student loans (OSAP) you should consider a repayment plan. Your first payment is due in the seventh month after you cease to be a full-time student. This is your “Consolidation Date”. While you are a full-time student (i.e., 60% course load or greater), the Federal and Provincial governments pay the interest on your student loans. You are responsible for arranging repayment with your lender(s) before your six-month period expires by signing a Consolidation Agreement/Loan Repayment form. This will specify your monthly payments, the term and the interest rate. For detailed information go to this site.