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Ancillary Fees for the 2021-2022 Academic Year
How to Pay
If you are uncertain about your health, finances, time or other resources, you are advised to be conservative in committing yourself to classes. Although the University allows graduate students to drop classes up to week 9, refund dates still apply.
If a withdrawal is after week 9 due to extenuating circumstances (see Withdrawal under Extenuating Circumstances, or WE), a portion of your tuition may be adjusted. Financial hardship alone is not sufficient for granting an appeal for a refund of tuition fees.
TA/TM Payroll Deduction
If you are currently a Teacher Assistant affiliated with the Teaching Support Staff Union, you are eligible to use the Payroll Deduction Process. You can arrange either a voluntary or automatic payroll deduction.
If you are on the payroll deduction plan you will not incur late fee penalties during the deduction period; however, if your account still has outstanding fees after the last payroll deduction date of the term, you will be assessed late fees.
NOTE: You will be subject to late fee penalties at the rate of 2% on any outstanding balance of your account for the period you don't make any payment through payroll deduction.