Full-time program fees

The Fees documents listed below are based on the originally intended delivery of programs for the year. For 2022 Winter term students, fully online and regional campus students will not pay for London on-campus services and the FSU/LTC bus pass. For blended or hybrid program delivery, students at the London Campuses will receive and pay for on campus service delivery, which includes the FSU/LTC bus pass. Student invoices for Winter 2022 have been adjusted to reflect these differences in fees.

Canadian students:

2021/22 Fees for Canadian students (PDF*)

2020/21 Fees for Canadian students (PDF*)

Part-Time Program Fees 

International students:

2021/22 Fees for International students (PDF*)

2020/21 Fees for International students (PDF*)


Learn more about fees:

Explanation of general expenses, 2021/22 (PDF*)

Explanation of general expenses, 2020/21 (PDF*)

Administrative charges (PDF*)


Tuition fee policy for students with permanent disabilities

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Tuition and fee policy you actually need to know

Students must register and pay the required fee(s) for each term in which they expect to receive academic credit or to use College resources. This includes terms which consist of clinical experience or field placement activities.

Fees, which are subject to change without notice, must be paid by the deadline date specified by the Office of the Registrar. 

Fees: breaking it down

Total fees due per term: a combination of tuition fees, ancillary fees, program specific fees and co-op fees (if applicable).

Types of fees:

  • Ancillary fees are fees which students pay in addition to tuition fees and are established following the guidelines of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
  • Program specific fees are fees students are required to pay in addition to tuition and ancillary fees and are specific to the program/level.
  • Co-operative education fees are payable by students registered in Co-operative Education programs. The Co-operative Education fee pays for the services of co-operative education consultants who provide co-op students with assistance to meet the requirements for a co-op endorsed diploma. These include registration and record keeping services, additional classes for co-op students, resume preparation and job search advice, posting of co-op positions, interview assistance, and follow-up/evaluation of work semesters.
  • General Expenses are program related expenses that a student can be expected to pay in addition to Tuition amounts. These expenses are not included in the Fee Invoice. Examples of General Expenses would include textbooks, expendable supplies, uniforms and minor equipment and professional association exam fees.