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Undergraduate fees 2012 Spring

Simon Fraser University assesses undergraduate tuition fees in accordance with a schedule of fees based primarily on the number of units in which the student enrols. Various special fees may be assessed by the University in certain circumstances or for specific purposes. All fees are subject to change, subject to provincial legislation and board of governors approval.

(Graduate student tuition fees are located at http://students.sfu.ca/calendar/student-info/grad-tuition-fees.html)

The following are fees mandated by Senate.

Tuition

Domestic Students

Normal and Course Challenge

$163.80 (basic - per unit)

Co-operative Education Practicum

$692.40 (per term)

200/300/400 division courses in the Beedie School of Business
The differential fee rate is 33.33% of the basic fee rate.

$218.40 (premium - per unit)

200/300/400 division courses in the School of Engineering Science
The differential fee rate for engineering science is 10% of the basic fee rate.  

$180.20 (premium - per unit)

200/300/400 division courses in the School of Computing Science
The differential fee rate for computing science is 5% of the basic fee rate.

$172.00 (premium - per unit)

Audit fees per unit are one-half the applicable fee.

International Students

The fee rates for international "A" students are determined by applying a $11,000 premium over the domestic rates, assuming 30 units per year.

Normal and Course Challenge

$530.50 (per unit)

$692.40 (per term)

$585.10 (per unit)

$546.90 (per unit)

$538.70 (per unit)

The fee rates for international "B" students are determined by applying a 2% increase over the 2009/10 fee rates.

Normal and Course Challenge

$491.10 (per unit)

$692.40 (per term)

$545.50 (per unit)

$507.40 (per unit)

$499.20 (per unit)

Supplementary Fees

Simon Fraser University assesses the Student Services/Recreation-Athletics fee, the student activity fee and the U-Pass fee to all eligible students in each term of enrollment.

Student Services and Recreation-Athletics Fees

Student Services Fee

Recreation-
Athletics Fee

Total

$40.18 (per term)

$33.48 (per term)

$73.66

$40.18 (per term)

$66.96 (per term)

$107.14

$40.18 (per term)

$66.96 (per term)

$107.14

$40.18 (per term)

$33.48 (per term)

$73.66

no charge

no charge

no charge

The Student Services fee (SSF) and Recreation-Athletics fee (RAF) are assessed to all students enrolled for credit courses that are offered at the Burnaby, Vancouver and Surrey campuses. Those enrolled in audit courses, on leave, designated ‘off-campus’ courses or distance education courses only, do not pay these fees.

Student Activity Fee

$65.64

$32.84

$32.84

$32.84

$65.64

*persons aged 60 or more and who are Canadian citizens or have permanent resident status in Canada are exempt from this fee

A student activity fee, determined by the Simon Fraser Student Society, is collected from all students enrolled in credit courses and co-op courses with the exception of students completing courses for audit purposes only.

Universal Transit Pass

The U-Pass BC program is a comprehensive transportation package providing students in metropolitan Vancouver with universal and affordable access to public transit in partnership with Simon Fraser University, the Simon Fraser Student Society (SFSS), the Graduate Student Society (GSS), TransLink and the Province of British Columbia. The program was approved through referenda by both student societies.

U-Pass BC is a mandatory program for all members of Simon Fraser University's student unions at a cost of $120 per term ($30 per eligible month). The U-Pass BC fee is automatically charged to all students at the time of enrolment in courses and must be paid at the same time as fees and tuition.

For further information, see http://www.sfu.ca/upass.

Special Fees

Application and Admission

Residence

Replacement of Documentation

Replacement of Library/Identification Card

Graduation

Official Transcript

International Programs

Back on Track (BOT) Student Success Program

Extended Health and Dental Benefits

For information concerning extended health and dental benefits, visit http://www.ihaveaplan.ca.

Mandatory Supplementary Course Fees

Courses requiring additional fees can be viewed on the Mandatory Supplementary Course Fees list.

Payment of Assessed Fees

The deadline for payment of fees is published in the Undergraduate Schedule of Classes and Examinations distributed each term. Credit for scholarships and bursaries will be given only on the authority of the Financial Aid and Awards office.http://students.sfu.ca/deadlines

Students eligible for any awards or sponsorships will receive a refund from Student Services when the appropriate units are received and processed.

Students who are eligible for tuition fee waivers or holders of Faculty of Education tuition fee certificates (school associate certificates) must submit to Student Services the properly completed forms and payment for the total amount of the student activity fee, athletic fee, UPass (if applicable), and student services fee each term no later than the tuition and fee payment deadline.

Outstanding Accounts

Students are required to pay any outstanding balance in their account to be eligible to enrol in classes. In order to ensure sufficient time for payments to clear, students should pay the balance of these account five working days prior to attempting to enrol in classes.

Cancellation of Enrolment

To cancel an entire enrolment, use the student information system to drop each course(s).

To avoid financial penalties, courses must be dropped by the deadlines.

Non-payment of outstanding fees or non-attendance does not constitute cancellation of enrolment and grades based on incomplete or no work completed will be assigned. http://students.sfu.ca/deadlines

Co-op courses can only be dropped by your co-op coordinator.

Refunds

Overdue Accounts and Dishonoured Payments

Students with overdue accounts will be considered to be in bad financial standing and will be precluded from enrolling in subsequent terms. In addition, the University will withhold certain services, including but not limited to the release of various letters and documents such as official transcripts of academic record and parchments for degrees, diplomas and certificates. An account that is delinquent without approved resolution will be forwarded to a collection agency for appropriate action.

A student who presents payment in the form of a cheque that is subsequently returned by the student’s Letters of Permission financial institution for lack of sufficient funds or because a stop payment has been placed on that cheque will be assessed a penalty fee of $25. In the event that a student on more than one occasion submits a cheque that is dishonoured for any reason, the University reserves the right to require all future financial transactions with the University to be by cash, certified cheque or money order. The University may cancel a student’s enrolment in a term when payments made by the student are subsequently dishonoured by the student’s financial institution. Late payment fees will apply.

Students with overdue accounts will be assessed a late fee penalty on outstanding fees. 2% will be assessed each month on the outstanding balance, regardless of any pending scholarships, bursaries, awards, tuition waivers and school associate certificates. Total penalties will be adjusted to conform to Canadian laws and regulations when the final payment is made.

Graduation Fee and Award of Certificate or Diploma Fee

If the candidate’s application for a degree, certificate and/or diploma is not approved, a full refund is issued. Applications may not be transferred from one term to another and the required fee must accompany each application. Late fees assessed when applying after the first deadline are not refundable.

Tuition Fee Appeals

Tuition Tax Forms T2202A and T4A

All Simon Fraser University students who have an active University computing ID can print their T2202A tax form (starting from the 2003 tax year) and T4A tax form using the Student Information System. Financial records are retained for a period of seven years and then are destroyed.

Detailed information is available at http://students.sfu.ca/fees/T2202A.html and http://students.sfu.ca/fees/T4A.html.

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Graduate fees 2012 spring

The following are fees mandated by Senate.

(Undergraduate student tuition fees are located at http://students.sfu.ca/calendar/student-info/undergrad-tuition-fees.html)

Tuition and Fees

Fees are subject to change, subject to provincial legislation, and subject to board of governors approval.

Audit fees per credit are one half the applicable fee.

* As indicated some graduate program fees at previous years’ rates may apply for students who entered those programs prior to fall 2009.

Research Programs

full-time fee

$1,629.00 (per term)

continuing fee

$814.50 (per term)

on-leave fee

$203.70 (per term)

all graduate credit programs - basic

$245.70 (per unit)

graduate co-op program practicum

$692.40 (per term)

Premium Fee Programs

Faculty of Applied Sciences

Computing Science, course-based MSc

$451.00 (per unit)

Computing Science, dual degree MSc

$451.00 (per unit)

Master of Engineering

$451.00 (per unit)

 

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

International Leadership (MA)

$208.10 (per unit)

Master of Arts in Liberal Studies

$154.20 (per unit)

Public Policy Program (MPP) - entered fall 2008/spring 2009

$213.60 (per unit)

Public Policy Program (MPP) - entered fall 2009 or later

$226.80 (per unit)

Graduate Diploma in Urban Studies

$264.20 (per unit)

Master of Urban Studies (MUrb)

$264.20 (per unit)

 

Beedie School of Business

Executive Master of Business Administration
The Executive MBA program changed from a six term program to a five term program in 2008/09.

·         entered fall 2005/spring 2006

 

$7,500.00 (per term)

·         entered fall 2006/spring 2007

 

$7,650.00 (per term)

·         entered fall 2007/spring 2008

 

$7,803.00 (per term)

·         entered fall 2008 or later

 

$9,500.00 (per term)

Master of Business Administration

$600.00 (per unit)

Management of Technology Master of Business Administration

·         entered fall 2005/spring 2006

 

$625.00 (per unit)

·         entered fall 2006/spring 2007

 

$561.00 (per unit)

·         entered fall 2007/spring 2008

 

$572.30 (per unit)

·         entered fall 2008 or later

 

$585.60 (per unit)

Global Asset and Wealth Management Master of Business Administration

·         entered fall 2005/spring 2006

 

$750.00 (per unit)

·         entered fall 2006/spring 2007

 

$765.00 (per unit)

·         entered fall 2007/spring 2008

 

$780.30 (per unit)

·         entered fall 2008/spring 2009

 

$773.90 (per unit)

·         entered fall 2009/spring 2010

 

$714.30 (per unit)

Graduate Diploma in Business Administration

$595.70 (per unit)

Master of Financial Risk Management

$580.40 (per unit)

 

Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology

Master of Digital Media

$9,548.20 (per term)

Master of Digital Media (international students)

$14,648.20 (per term)

Publishing Program (Master of Publishing)

$312.20 (per unit)

 

Faculty of Education

Master of Education (MEd), Educational Practice and Off-campus

$2,584.70 (per term)

Master of Education (MEd), International Cohorts

$6,348.50 (per term)

Doctor of Education (EdD)

·         entered fall 2005/spring 2006

 

$3,783.20 (per term)

·         entered fall 2006/spring 2007

 

$3,858.90 (per term)

·         entered fall 2007/spring 2008

 

$3,936.10 (per term)

·         entered fall 2008 or later

 

$4,260.70 (per term)

Graduate Diploma in Education

$267.90 (per unit)

Master of Education (MEd), Master of Arts (MA) Counselling Psychology
The Master of Arts (MA) and the Master of Education (MEd) in Counselling Psychology will no longer be a premium fee graduate program beginning fall 2007. Students entering fall 2007 or later will be charged the research programs' term full-time rate.

·         entered prior to fall 2007

 

$164.30 (per unit)

·         entered fall 2007 and later (non-premium)

 

$1,629.00 (per term)

 

Faculty of Health Sciences

Master of Science (Population and Public Health)
The Master of Public Health replaces the MSc (Population and Public Health) and Master in Global Health programs.

·         entered fall 2005/spring 2006

 

$2,100.00 (per term)

·         entered fall 2006/spring 2007

 

$233.00 (per unit)

·         entered fall 2007/spring 2008

 

$237.70 (per unit)

Graduate Diploma in Global Health

·         entered fall 2008/spring 2009

 

$242.50 (per unit)

·         entered fall 2009 or later

 

$257.50 (per unit)

Master of Public Health

·         entered fall 2008/spring 2009

 

$242.50 (per unit)

·         entered fall 2009 or later

 

$257.50 (per unit)

 

Faculty of Science

Master of Science (in kinesiology)

$212.30 (per unit)

Master’s Program

The minimum fee for a master’s program is six term fee units. However, the minimum fee rule will be waived for students who complete all degree requirements in less than six terms of continuous full time enrolment.

Students who enrol on leave are not eligible for the waiver of the minimum fee requirements.

A master’s students who has completed six terms of enrolment (excluding on leave enrolment) pays a continuing fee in subsequent terms equal to one half of the regular fee.

Doctoral Program

A doctoral student who has completed eight terms of enrolment (excluding on leave enrolment) pays a continuing fee in subsequent terms equal to one half of the regular fee.

Terms in which a student enrolls on leave do not count towards the number of terms required to switch to the continuing fee.

Co-operative Education

Per term fee students in a co-operative education term who are completing at least one course will pay a per term fee based on the stage they have reached in their program (either regular fee or continuing fee). Students not completing a course will pay the co-operative education fee.

Per unit fee students in a co-operative education term will pay the co-operative education fee. If students are also completing courses, they also pay the fees that are applicable to those courses.

Fees are listed in the tables above.

Per Unit Fee Programs

In programs in which there is a final ‘capstone’ requirement such as a thesis, project, extended essay or field exam, this requirement is assigned a number of units. Students must enrol for this and pay the appropriate fee for at least one term, normally at the end of their program of study. Once they have enrolled for this requirement in a particular term, they must enrol in all subsequent terms until degree requirements have been completed. In the subsequent terms of enrolment for this requirement, the units assigned will be half the first term’s value.

Students who audit a course will pay the same audit fee as domestic undergraduate students.

Students in per unit programs who complete undergraduate or graduate courses in other programs at Simon Fraser University, or who complete courses at other institutions covered by the Western Deans’ Agreement, will pay the same fee per unit as they do for courses in their own programs.

Fees are listed in the tables above.

Non-degree, Exchange and Qualifying Students

Non-degree, exchange and qualifying students will pay the per-unit rate for the courses in which they enrol (i.e. undergraduate $163.80 or permium fee if applicable; graduate $245.70 or premium fee if applicable).

Extension and Readmission

Per term fee students enrolled for a one term extension beyond the maximum time limits of their program, and students readmitted to complete their degree requirements pay the full per term fee.

Per unit fee students enrolled for a one term extension beyond the maximum time limits of their program, or readmitted for one term to complete their degree requirements pay the per unit fee that is applicable to their program.

All students pay a $100 reinstatement fee and a $75 application fee for readmission.

Fees — Ancillary

In addition to tuition fees payable for each term of enrolment, both undergraduate and graduate students pay three further assessments. For further information, consult the undergraduate information on Student Services and Recreation-Athletics Fees and Universal Transit Pass (U-Pass) websites.

Student Activity Fee

Student Activity Fee payable by all students, except as noted below

$60.65

designated ‘off-campus’ courses only

$30.33

part-time academic load

$30.33

Co-operative Education only

$30.33

students registered on leave

$0.00

The chart below gives a breakdown of the use of this fee by the Graduate Student Society.

Graduate Student Activity Fee Breakdown

Full time
$60.65

Part time
$30.33

Graduate Student Society membership fee

$33.00

$16.50

Capital Levy

$15.00

$7.50

Peak Publication Society

$4.90

$2.45

Simon Fraser Public Interest Research Group

$3.00

$1.50

Simon Fraser Campus Radio Society (CJSF)

$3.00

$1.50

World University Services of Canada Student Refugee Program (WUSC)

$1.00

$0.50

First Nations Student Association

$0.75

$0.38

 

This fee, which is set by the Graduate Student Society through a referendum of all graduate students, is collected from all students who are enrolled in a graduate program.

Universal Transit Pass

The U-Pass BC program is a comprehensive transportation package providing students in metropolitan Vancouver with universal and affordable access to public transit in partnership with Simon Fraser University, the Simon Fraser Student Society (SFSS), the Graduate Student Society (GSS), TransLink and the Province of British Columbia. The program was approved through a student society referendum.

U-Pass BC is a mandatory program for all members of Simon Fraser University's student unions at a cost of $120 per term ($30 per eligible month). The U-Pass BC fee is automatically charged to all students at the time of enrolment in courses and must be paid at the same time as fees and tuition.

For further information, visit http://www.sfu.ca/upass.

Student Services and Recreation-Athletics Fees

 

Student Services Fee

Recreation-
Athletics Fee

Total

part-time academic load

$40.18 (per term)

$33.48 (per term)

$73.66

full-time academic load

$40.18 (per term)

$66.96 (per term)

$107.14

any combination of Co-operative Education work term and credit course

$40.18 (per term)

$33.48 (per term)

$73.66

The Student Services fee (SSF) and Recreation-Athletics fee (RAF) are assessed to all students enrolled for credit courses that are offered at the Burnaby, Vancouver and Surrey campuses. Those enrolled in audit courses, on leave, designated ‘off-campus’ courses or distance education courses only, do not pay these fees.

Special Fees

application

$90.00

application (international students)

$125.00

on leave

(see Graduate General Regulations)

$203.70

reinstatement

$100.00

graduation

The non-refundable graduation fee is payable in three installments of $12 in each of the student’s first three terms of enrolment in the graduate program.

$36.00

Mandatory Supplementary Course Fees

For information about these fees, which are applicable to both graduate and undergraduate students, visit Mandatory Supplementary Course Fees.

Courses at Another Institution

Except for situations covered by the Western Deans’ Agreement, a student enrolled at Simon Fraser University who is approved to complete a course at another institution for credit toward their graduate program is responsible for enrolling at the other institution and paying fees assessed by that institution. When the student submits proof of tuition fee payment at the other institution, the Simon Fraser University tuition fees for that term will be decreased by that amount and will not exceed the lesser of the two amounts.

Graduate Benefit Plan

Refunds

Withdrawal from Program

If a student withdraws from the graduate program without completing the degree before the end of the term or withdraws from the term, refunds will be calculated from the date the student officially notifies the director of graduate admissions and records in writing of his/her withdrawal from the term and/or from the University. Withdrawal in the first month of the term will result in a refund of 75% of the tuition fees and in the second month of the term a refund of 50% of the tuition fees. No other refund will be made.

Course Drop

Students in per term fee programs are not eligible for refunds if they drop one or more courses.

Students in per unit fee programs who drop a course in the first month of the term will receive a 75% refund of tuition fees for that course and 50% in the second month of the term. No refunds will be given if all courses are dropped after that date.

Early Completion

Students who complete their program early in the term may be eligible for a partial refund of the tuition portion of their term fees. For further information, see the dean of graduate studies website at http://www.sfu.ca/dean-gradstudies.

Overdue Accounts and Dishonoured Payments

Students with overdue accounts will be considered to be in bad financial standing and will be precluded from enrolling in subsequent terms. In addition, the University will withhold certain services, including but not limited to the release of various letters and documents such as official transcripts of academic record and parchments for degrees, diplomas and certificates. An account that is delinquent without approved resolution will be forwarded to a collection agency for appropriate action.

A student who presents payment in the form of a cheque that is subsequently returned by the student’s Letters of Permission financial institution for lack of sufficient funds or because a stop payment has been placed on that cheque will be assessed a penalty fee of $25. In the event that a student on more than one occasion submits a cheque that is dishonoured for any reason, the University reserves the right to require all future financial transactions with the University to be by cash, certified cheque or money order. The University may cancel a student’s enrolment in a term when payments made by the student are subsequently dishonoured by the student’s financial institution. Late payment fees will apply.

Students with overdue accounts will be assessed a late fee penalty on outstanding fees. 2% will be assessed each month on the outstanding balance, regardless of any pending scholarships, bursaries, awards, tuition waivers and school associate certificates. Total penalties will be adjusted to conform to Canadian laws and regulations when the final payment is made.

Full Time and Part Time Attendance

All graduate students in per term fee programs are considered full time students.

All graduate students enrolled for thesis, project or field exams are considered full time students.

Graduate students in per unit fee programs who enrol for six or more units in a term are considered full time students.

Tuition Tax Forms T2202A and T4A

All Simon Fraser University students who have an active University computing ID can print their T2202A tax form (starting from the 2003 tax year) and T4A tax form using the Student Information System. Financial records are retained for a period of seven years and then are destroyed.

for detailed information, visit http://students.sfu.ca/fees/T2202A.html and http://students.sfu.ca/fees/T4A.html.

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