Non-Refundable Tuition Deposit
A non-refundable deposit is required once per academic year or when changing programs. For students starting or returning to a program of study in Fall 2020, the non-refundable tuition deposit has been reduced to $250. This reduced deposit is currently in place for the 2020/21 academic year only. The tuition deposit for new or returning students prior to Fall 2020 remains $500. The tuition deposit is applied to the balance due for the term when selecting your timetable to register. Failure to make the tuition deposit by the due date may result in the loss of the seat in the program. A $150 deposit late fee will apply after the due date. Payments made after the due date do not guarantee a seat in the program as offers may be extended to other waitlisted applicants. Please contact an Admissions Advisor when paying past the tuition deposit due date to confirm space remains in the program.
Prior to Timetable Selection
If you choose to withdraw from college prior to selecting your timetable, please submit a withdraw request through your MyMohawk account in order to be eligible for a full refund of tuition and ancillary fees paid less the applicable tuition deposit (if already paid). Log into your MyMohawk account, navigate to the Registration tab and select Request to withdraw. Fill in the required details and information to submit your request. Review the Terms and Definitions for more information regarding holdback fees.
Following Timetable Selection and up to the tenth day of classes
Students who want to withdraw from the College must complete an online withdrawal within the first ten days of the program semester start to be eligible for a tuition refund less the applicable $500 holdback fee. Students withdrawing during the 2020/21 academic year (as of Fall 2020) will be subject to a $250 holdback. Withdrawal requests must be submitted online through your MyMohawk account. In order to submit a request to withdraw, log into your MyMohawk account under the Registration tab select Request to withdraw. Once selected, fill in the required details and information to submit your request. Review the Terms and Definitions for more information regarding holdback fees.
The College is not responsible for withdrawal requests that do not reach the College. Students who withdraw after the 10th day of class are responsible for full fees for the semester. Lack of attendance or OSAP denial does not constitute a formal withdrawal.
After first ten days of classes
If you withdraw from college after the first ten days of the program semester start, the tuition and ancillary fees (including any deposit) for the current semester are non-refundable. All prepaid semesters beyond the current semester are refundable.
If you are an OSAP Student, your refund amount may be returned to the National Student Loans Centre (NSLC), as per the OSAP terms and agreements.
Refund Policy For International Students
For more information, check out the Refund Procedure.