Attending university is a big investment and it is essential that students have a solid financial plan before starting classes. It is important to encourage students to create a budget and try to keep to it as much as possible. 

How to Pay Your Fees

Beginning mid-July, you can view your fees account on ACORN to see the fee charges and print your invoice. Payments can be made at a bank. 

You must either make at least the minimum required fee payment to register or defer fees by August 30. Students who do not pay through their bank or officially defer by August 30 will be removed from their courses. For full details and payment instructions, please see the Office of Student Accounts website. 

Program Fee Tuition Costs

Fees for Full-time StudentsTuition Costs (estimate)Incidental Fees (estimate)Total (estimate)
Domestic Students (Ontario Residents)$6,100$1,700$7,800
Domestic Students (non-Ontario Residents)$6,280$1,700$8,000
International Students$61,500$2,160 (incl. UHIP)$63,620

Residence Fees

The fees for 2023-2024 range from $13,050 to $18,330 (pending final approval) depending on the residence hall and compulsory meal plan. 

These fees are paid in 2 installments. The first instalment of residence fees is due in full by September 30. The final payment is due November 30 (or January 31 for students with OSAP).

Residence Fees

Meal PlanEconomy Double* Double RoomSingle Room

Meal Plans

There are three meal plans to consider before selecting your preferred option. The only difference between each plan is the amount of residence dining dollars included within the plan. 

Dining Dollars will be loaded onto a student’s TCard prior to move-in, and, like a debit account, will be deducted from the balance. 

All students in residence at New College subscribe to a meal plan. A student may choose to sign up for: 

  • Plan A – This plan works best for students with lighter appetites who are not on campus during weekends and occasionally have meals off campus.  
  • Plan B – This plan works best for students with average appetites who tend to stay on campus most weekends.
  • Plan C – This plan works best for students with larger appetites who stay on campus during weekends, also great for students involved in athletics.