2004-2005 Graduate Calendar

Schedule of Fees 2004-2005  
I: TUITION Go to top of document
To calculate the total fee owing per term graduate students must add together I: Tuition, II: Mandatory Anxillary Fees and III: Other Applicable Fees. To calculate the total fee owing per term graduate students must add together I: Tuition, II: Mandatory Anxillary Fees and III: Other Applicable Fees. To fully estimate the financial resources required for graduate study, each graduate student must determine the fees to be paid for tuition, mandatory ancillary fees, other applicable fees, living expenses, etc. and the amount of graduate funding support provided (where applicable). Please refer to the Financial Information found at: http://www.brocku.ca/gradstudies/financial/ to assist you in determining your financial situation.  
Master of Arts, Master of Science and PhD Go to top of document
Graduate Fees are charged on a per term basis, however all full-time students must pay for at least one full year (3 terms). (Canadian Fees also apply to Landed Immigrants.) Canadian Fees Full-time (per term) $1,646.60 Part-time (per term) $ 671.10 International Fees Full-time (per term) $4,324.32 Part-time (per term) $1762.53  
PhD in Education Go to top of document
Canadian Fees Full-time (per term) $1,696.00 Part-time (per term) $848.00 International Fees Full-time (per term) $4378.66 Part-time (per term) $2189.33 Notes: Fees for full-time students in the major essay option who have completed the residency period and have completed all course work will be $671.10 per term. International fees for full-time students in the major essay option who have completed all course work will be $1,762.53 per term. Continuing Fees for full-time and part-time students who have completed all course work and submitted the first draft of the major essay or thesis will be $262.90 per term. The thesis or major paper must be completed within the academic term for which the first draft fee is assessed.  
Master of Education Go to top of document
Canadian Fees Per full credit $1,246.94 Per half credit $ 623.47 International Fees Per full credit $2,609.64 Per half credit $1,304.82 Continuing Registration Fee (Canadian and International) EDUC 5P90, 5P93 - $262.90 per term EDUC 5F95 - $525.80 per term  
Master of Accountancy [Academic Year Fee (Full-Time)] Go to top of document
Canadian Fees $4,865.40 International Fees $12,987.32  
Master of Business Administration Go to top of document
Canadian Fees $700. per half course International Fees $1,650 per half course  
II: Mandatory Ancillary Fees Go to top of document
Health Services Fee A non-refundable Health Services Fee, which covers the operating costs of the health facilities on campus will be charged in the Fall/Winter as follows: Full-time student, Canadian or Landed Immigrant $22.14 Part-time student, Canadian or Landed Immigrant $11.07 International Students $22.14 (Full-time and Part-time) Athletics (non-refundable) Full-time $12.03 per term MAcc Full-time $12.03 per term *Note: this fee is included in the per course fee for MEd students. Graduate Students Association Full-time $10 per term Part-time $5 per term MAcc Full-time $10 per term Canadian Federation of Students Membership Full-time $6.60 per term (Fall & Winter term) Part-time $3.30 per term (Fall & Winter term) Comprehensive Health & Drug Plan Full-time students If entering program at Fall registration - $189.63 If entering program at Winter registration - $129.75 if entering program at Spring registration - $69.88 Universal Bus Pass Full-time students: $140.00 (Paid in full with fall tuition fees or at point of initial registration for the 2004-2005 academic year) Centre for Health & Fitnes Full-time $30 per term Part-time $15 per term MAcc Full-time $30 per term * Note this fee is included in the per course fee for MEd students.  
III: Other Fees Go to top of document
Late Registration Fee $50 Binding Fee (MA, MSc, PhD) $67 Binding Fee (MEd) $82 (thesis) $30 (project) Inactive Fee $100 Confirmation of Enrolment Letters $15 Letters of Permission $25 Reinstatement Fee $75 English Language Placement Test $30  
Changes to Student Visa Status Go to top of document
International students studying on student visas whose immigration status changes or those who may be eligible for the regular tuition fees but are charged the visa student fees, must present official documentation to the Graduate Studies Office. To affect a change in fees for a particular academic term, the documentation must be presented prior to the start of the term.  
UHIP for International Students Go to top of document
As of July 1, 1994, foreign students were no longer covered by OHIP insurance. Therefore, all foreign students are required to pay for the mandatory health insurance plan UHIP (University Health Insurance Plan). Single person coverage for 12 months from September 2004 to August 2005 is $532.85. For detailed information relating to this plan please contact Brock's Office of International Services.  
Payment of Fees Go to top of document
A.  Master of Accountancy
  The program fee is payable in two installments payable at the time of registration for each of the two terms. (January and September)
B.  Master of Arts, Master of Science and Doctoral Programs
  Full-time
Fees for full-time students are on a term by term basis and are payable at the time of registration for each term.
Part-time
Fees for part-time students are payable by term at the time of registration for each term.
make arrangements to pay their fees through payroll deduction. Fellowships and scholarships administered by the University will be applied first to fees.
C.  Master of Education
  Fees are payable in full by the due date for each term as published in the MEd BIRT registration guide. See:
http://www.brocku.ca/registrar/birtguides/masterofed/timetable/terms.html
D.  Non-payment of Fees and Penalties
  Registration will not be processed unless all previous debts to the University have been paid.
Full-time and part-time students who have not paid their fees (or arranged for payroll deduction) by the prescribed due dates will be assessed service charges on the outstanding balance. These charges will continue to be assessed on the unpaid balance at monthly intervals. (At a rate of $3/$100 owing.)
Failure to comply with University regulations regarding payments owed to the University may result in the cancellation of the student's registration or withdrawal from the program. This process does not reduce the amount of fees owing or waive the University's legal right to collect outstanding fees.
Academic sanctions are applied to any student who has an outstanding financial obligation to the University. The following sanctions will be imposed:
denial of registration for a term
withholding academic results
not issuing academic transcripts
withholding degree
no scheduling of thesis defense
E.  The above sanctions shall be in force until such time as indebtedness has been cleared to the satisfaction of the University.
 
Withdrawal Go to top of document
A.  Master of Accountancy Go to top of document
Full-time If a full-time student registered in the program withdraws during the first month of the term they will receive a credit equal to 1/3 of the tuition fee. They will also receive a full credit for any subsequent terms for which they were charged. *The health fee, athletic fee and ID card fee are non-refundable. *If a full-time student withdraws one month or later after a term begins, they will not be entitled to a credit for that term, but will receive a credit for any subsequent term for which they have been charged. The official withdrawal date is when the Graduate Studies Office receives notification.  
B.  Master of Business Administration Go to top of document
Withdrawal Dates - 2004-2005 SPRING SESSION 2004: Credit* Spring Duration 5 100% April 26 - May 3 70% May 4 - May 11 60% May 12 - May 19 50% May 20 - May 27 40% May 28 - June 4 30% June 5 - June 11 20% June 12 - June 18 0% No refund after July 18th FALL/WINTER 2004-2005: Credit* Duration 2 Duration 3 100% Duration 2 - Sep 9 to Sept 22 Duration 3 -Jan 4 to Jan 17 65% Duration 2 - Sept 23 to Oct 1 Duration 3 - Jan 18 to Jan 27 55% Duration 2 - Oct 2 to Oct 12 Duration 3 - Jan 28 to Feb 7 45% Duration 2 - Oct 13 to Oct 21 Duration 3 - Feb 8 to Feb 16 35% Duration 2 - Oct 22 to Nov 1 Duration 3 - Feb 17 to Feb 24 25% Duration 2 - Nov 2 to Nov 9 Duration 3 - Feb 25 to Mar 4 0% After November 9th After March 4th  
C.  Master of Arts, Master of Science and Doctoral Programs Go to top of document
Full-time If full-time graduate students, registered in one of their first three terms, withdraw during the first month of any of those terms, they will have their account credited 1/3 of the total tuition fees for that term. A full credit will be given for any subsequent terms for which they were charged. There will be a full credit for the thesis-binding fee. The health fee, athletic fee and ID card fee are non-refundable. If students withdraw one month or later after the term begins, they will not be entitled to a credit for that term but will receive a credit for any subsequent term for which they have been charged. The official withdrawal date is when the Graduate Studies Office, receives notification. Part-time If a part-time student withdraws, fees shall be charged pro rata on a monthly basis (e.g., withdrawal in the first month 3/4 of the fee will be credited, withdrawal in the second month 1/2 of the fee will be credited, withdrawal in the third month 1/4 of the fee will be credited, and withdrawal in the final month there will be no credit given). PhD in Education If a student withdraws prior to the 15th of July for the Summer term, they will be charged 1/3 of the term fee. After the 15th no refund for the term will be given. If a student withdraws during the first month of the Fall or Winter term they will be charged 1/3 of the term fee. Withdrawal for the first month in the term, no credit will be given for that term. Master of Education Credits to tuition fees for withdrawal from courses are based on various dates throughout the session on a percentage basis. The schedule of credits for each academic term is published in the MEd Registration guide. Please see: http://www.brocku.ca/registrar/birtguides/masterofed/timetable/terms.html  
Last updated: November 11, 2004 @ 03:42PM