Program Payment Due Dates

Tuition Deposit Due Dates for Domestic Students
Fees Due Dates for Domestic Students
Remaining Balance Due Dates for Domestic Students
Fees Due Dates for International Students
Remaining Balance Due Dates for Returning International Students


Tuition Deposit Due Dates for Domestic Students

All domestic full-time students, new and returning, must pay a $500.00 non-refundable Tuition Deposit in their initial term of an academic year. This deposit payment secures their seat in that program for the year and is put towards the balance of fees owing for that term. The Tuition Deposit Due Date is determined by which term the student is entering Algonquin College for the first time in the academic year for that specific program.

Term Tuition Deposit Due Dates
Fall June 15
Winter November 15
Spring April 1

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Please review the refund policy regarding the Non-Refundable Tuition Deposit.

Note: New students accepted after the Tuition Deposit Due Date must pay their $500.00 non-refundable Tuition Deposit immediately.
Note: If any of these dates fall on a holiday or weekend, the due date for fee payment will be the first working day following the holiday/weekend. Fees paid by mail, fax or telephone must be received in the Registrar’s Office by the close of business day on the Tuition Deposit Due Date.

Fees Due Dates for Domestic Students

All domestic full-time students, returning in a subsequent term of an academic year must either pay their full term fees or complete a no-charge fee deferment on their Algonquin College ACSIS account by Fees Due Date. If a student decides to defer their fees at no-charge, the balance will be deferred until three weeks after the start of the term. The student would then be responsible for paying their fees by the Balance Due Date.

Term Fee Due Dates
Winter November 15
Spring April 1

Note: If any of these dates fall on a holiday or weekend, the due date for fee payment will be the first working day following the holiday/weekend. Fees paid by mail, fax or telephone must be received in the Registrar’s Office by the close of business day on the Fees Due Date.

Note: A late payment fee of $150.00 will be assessed to returning students if fees are not fully paid or deferred by the end of day on Fees Due Date.

Remaining Balance Due Dates for Domestic Students

Upon payment of the $500.00 non-refundable Tuition Deposit, the remaining fees are deferred automatically and the student is provided with an email indicating their Balance Due Date. The Balance Due Date will be three weeks after the start of their term. If a student is late paying that remaining balance, they will be assessed a $150.00 late payment penalty.

Students returning in a subsequent term that did not pay their fees in full and instead deferred them will have until three weeks after the start of their term to pay that remaining balance. If a student does not pay that remaining balance by the Balance Due Date, they may be assessed a $150.00 late payment penalty.

Note: If any of these dates fall on a holiday or weekend, the due date for fee payment will be the first working day following the holiday/weekend. Fees paid by mail, fax or telephone must be received in the Registrar’s Office by the close of business day on the Balance Due Date.

Note: A late payment fee of $150.00 will be assessed to students if fees are not fully paid by the end of day on their Balance Due Date. This penalty will only be charged a maximum of once per term.

Fees Due Dates for International Students

All new full-time International students must pay their full term fees by the due date listed on their Algonquin College Letter of Acceptance.

All returning full-time International students must pay their full term fees or defer their fees with a minimum deposit payment of $1000.00 by the Fees Due Date.

Term International Student Fees Due Date
Fall June 15
Winter November 15
Spring April 1

Note: If any of these dates fall on a holiday or weekend, the due date for fee payment will be the first working day following the holiday/weekend.  Fees paid by mail, fax or telephone must be received in the Registrar’s Office by the close of business day on the Fees Due Date.

Note: A late payment fee of $150.00 will be assessed to returning students if fees are not fully paid or deferred by the end of day on Fees Due Date.

Remaining Balance Due Dates for International Students

International students who cannot pay their full term fees by the Fees Due Date can instead defer their term fees with a minimum deposit payment of $1000.00. Upon payment of the $1000.00 deposit, the remaining fees are deferred automatically and the student is provided with an email indicating their Balance Due Date. The Balance Due Date will be three weeks after the start of their term. If a student is late paying that remaining balance, they will be assessed a $150.00 late payment penalty.

Note: If any of these dates fall on a holiday or weekend, the due date for fee payment will be the first working day following the holiday/weekend. Fees paid by mail, fax or telephone must be received in the Registrar’s Office by the close of business day on the payment due date.

Note: A late payment fee of $150.00 will be assessed to returning students if fees are not fully paid or deferred by the end of day on Fees Due Date. A late payment fee of $150.00 will be assessed to students if the fees that were deferred are not fully paid by the end of day on their Balance Due Date. This penalty will only be charged a maximum of once per term.