Ancillary Fees FAQs
Ancillary Fees FAQs
The information below will help you better understand ancillary fees. For more information about program-specific tuition and incidental fees, please view our Ancillary Fees.
The collection of Ancillary fees is vital to supporting student services provided by the College and the Centennial College Student Association Inc. (CCSAI). These services support learning, community, social engagement, leadership development, athletics and recreation, and health and wellness; fostering an inclusive, engaging student experience.
Ancillary fees are vital to supporting student services provided by the College and the Centennial College Student Association (CCSAI).
All students pay fees that are a combination of tuition and ancillary fees. All fees are reviewed and approved on a yearly basis by the Board of Governors, through the Ancillary Fees Committee and the CCSAI. Information on Centennial College’s Tuition and Ancillary Fees can be found here.
Ancillary fees are mandatory for all programs and may only be eligible for refunds under certain program withdrawal procedures. Individual exemptions for essential ancillary fees are not granted under normal circumstances.
You will receive your Fee Statement with a fee deadline on the statement, and are required to make a minimum tuition payment of $250. If you have applied for OSAP, your minimum tuition payment is $250. Your final account balance will depend on your registration and non-essential ancillary service selections. You must pay the final balance in full by the due date indicated on your Fee Statement.
For tuition for payments made online or through your bank, please allow at least three to five business days to process.
If tuition and ancillary fees are not paid in full by the due date specified on your Fee Statement, you will incur a late fee of $150 on your outstanding account balance. Late payment fees are non-refundable and will be levied once per semester. Failure to pay fees by the published payment deadlines may result in the withdrawal of your offer of admission or impact your ability to register for courses and build your timetable.
You must submit a Withdrawal Form to formally notify the College of your official withdrawal. If you withdraw on or before the tenth day of the official semester start date, you are eligible for a partial refund of the amount paid towards your account balance. Administration fees will apply. If you withdraw any time after the first 10 days of the semester, you will only be refunded the amount you have paid in advance for subsequent terms. For more information visit Withdrawals and Refunds.
You are required to pay your tuition and ancillary fees by the deadline indicated on your Fee Statement. If your OSAP funding is not sufficient to cover the total amount of your outstanding account balance, you are responsible for paying the remaining tuition and fee amounts before the published deadline. Visit Financial Aid to find out more about resources available to you as a student, including the application processes for bursaries and scholarships.
Please review your myCentennial account regularly for charges and deadlines, especially after any registration-related changes are made.
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Note: All fees are subject to change, without notice. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information on this page is both accurate and up-to-date.