Mandatory Non-Tuition 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.

Mandatory non-tuition fees could include

  • Alumni fee - used to sustain the Alumni Association. These services include the Alumni/Student Mentoring for Success program, ceremonies, awards, bursaries and support for the athletic banquet.
  • Athletics fee - offsets the cost of the athletics programs at the London Campus. This fee includes an Athletic Entrance/Achievement Award which funds entrance awards for intercollegiate team members.
  • Campus watch fee - supports the Campus Watch program (charged to London Campus students only), a program that provides students on campus at night with a Foot Patrol escort team to accompany them from place to place on the Campus if requested.
  • Career Services fee - supports services provided by Career Services such as employment supported services to students and recent graduates, helping transition successfully to the work force as well as the Job Services website and employer marketing and events on campus.
  • Development fee - provides funds to support projects that will improve student life and learning on campus.
  • Fitness Centre fee - provides access to fitness facilitites for all full-time students at the London Campus and will cover the operating costs of the facility.
  • Health insurance fees - cover such items as accident insurance, prescription reimbursement and a dental plan. For International students these fees include the mandatory coverage for necessary hospital and medical services in addition to the standard Health Insurance Fee.
  • Health services fee - provides enhanced Health Care Services including a nurse for triage, health education, subsidies for medical reports required by students and a part-time psychiatrist.
  • Student services fee - covers the cost of such miscellaneous items as the Campus Card, transcript requests, graduation, confirmation forms and letters.
  • Student activity fee - provides membership in the Fanshawe Student Union. For students at the London campus this includes a London Transit bus pass.
  • Student building fee - for repayment of the cost of constructing the London Campus Student Union Building.
  • Student campus Improvement fee - provide funds to support projects that will improve student life and learning on campus.
  • Technology fee - provides funds for enhanced information technology.