Tuition and non-tuition fees for all programs are revised each year and are available from the Office of the Registrar. Fees paid for courses not taken in the term for which they were originally scheduled are not transferable and may not be applied to subsequent terms of study.
Full-time and Part-Time Students
A refund for a full-time course or program will be issued only if a student withdraws by the close of business on or before the tenth (10th) day of classes. A non-refundable tuition deposit will apply.
A full-time student who drops a course may or may not be eligible for a refund depending on their remaining course load. Students who have dropped a number of courses and as a result become part-time in status will qualify for a refund. Changing from full-time to part-time status may impact a student’s eligibility for Financial Assistance/Aid (OSAP). Students who require courses in addition to a standard course load in subsequent terms will be required to pay additional fees in any future term when the student registers for courses in excess of a standard course load.
Students who submit formal notification of withdrawal from a full-time program of instruction are entitled to a refund of tuition and ancillary fees as follows:
For Domestic Students who have dropped courses within ten (10) business days of the beginning of a term, or onset of study, a full refund of tuition and ancillary fees, minus a $500 tuition deposit, will be issued. If a domestic student drops a course online through MyHumber http://www.humber.ca/myhumber, the refund is automatically issued.
For International Students who have dropped courses within ten (10) business days of the beginning of a term, or onset of study, a full refund of tuition and ancillary fees, minus a $1,000 administrative fee, will be issued. If an international student drops a course online through MyHumber http://www.humber.ca/myhumber, the request for a refund will be issued following review by the international office.
As well, a full refund will be paid for any tuition and ancillary fees paid in advance for subsequent terms. Students who have paid for future terms will be eligible for a refund for future terms if they formally withdrawn before the start of classes. Students who formally withdraw from courses after ten (10) business days from the start of the term will only be entitled to a refund of any fees paid in advance for subsequent terms.
General Interest Courses
When a student drops a General Interest course, if they are eligible for a refund, the Office of the Registrar processes the refund when the course is dropped. The request to drop the course must be through MyHumber http://www.humber.ca/myhumber by a particular deadline in order to be eligible to receive a refund. Students should contact the Registrar’s Office for the specific date. Refunds may not be issued for supplies which have already been received by the student.
Where payment was made by Visa or MasterCard, a credit will be made to the credit card that was used. All other refunds will be issued and sent by mail.
If a student misses a prescribed payment date, a late fee will apply.
Humber Admission Requirements and Academic Regulations