The purpose of this tool is to provide an estimate of your fees, based on the information you provide in the search engine below. You may view your balance at any time through your online statement of account via the uoZone portal, under the Statement of account and e-bills tab.
Full-time: Students registering for the equivalent of 12 or more credits during a given session1 will be considered full-time students and must pay full-time tuition and incidental fees.
Part-time: Those registering for less than 12 credits will be considered part-time students and must pay part-time tuition (on a per credit basis) and part-time incidental fees. Part-time fees in the case of non-credit (N/C) courses are determined according to the number of weekly hours of formal lectures or equivalent.
Graduate students declare their classification when signing their registration forms. The classification cannot be changed after the deadline published in the Sessional Dates. For details please consult the calendar of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
1 For purposes of fee assessment and classification, courses taken as an auditor are not included in the student classification and special fees apply.
A special student is a person who is allowed by the University to register for undergraduate courses in order to obtain university credits, but who is not seeking an undergraduate degree, a certificate or a diploma from the University of Ottawa.
Most special students are classified as “part-time.” If you are a part-time special student, you pay per credit and should refer to the part-time tuition-fee table of the faculty offering your course. If you are a full-time special student, please contact InfoService for more information on which tuition fees you pay.