Compulsory Ancillary Fees

Compulsory ancillary fees are fees students pay in addition to tuition that support services and activities distinct from academic programming. Compulsory ancillary fees are established in accordance with guidelines established by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities (MCU). Descriptions of the services and resources these fees support are outlined below. Compulsory ancillary fees are charged to all students and are not refundable. Access to the services and resources supported by ancillary fees are available to students in person, remote, or through a hybrid delivery, and are available for students who opt to use them regardless of program delivery.

2021/22 Certificate, Diploma and Degree Student Compulsory Fees

Compulsory Ancillary Fees below are effective for the 2021 academic year (programs starting between August 2021 and July 2022). View the 2021-2022 Annual Fees web page. All fees below are charged where applicable unless noted as suspended. For more information on ancillary fees being charged refer to the Fees section of the Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 web page.

Fee Description One Semester Total for Two Semesters
Academic Support: Academic & Learning Supports Supports and services for students such as peer tutoring, academic counsellors, peer mentors, student success advisors, access to copyrighted materials and learning/skills workshops. $56.02 $112.04
Academic Support: Assessment Testing Supports the assessment of student readiness for college & assists with supports for students where needed post admission. Fee only charged once (Semester 1). Not applicable to graduate certificate programs. Other program exclusions may apply. $49.94 $49.94
Academic Support: Technology Enhancement Provides academic support to students via technology services to facilitate the student learning experience, including specialized software. $78.70 $157.40
Alumni Lifetime Membership Lifetime membership to the Mohawk College Alumni Association. Includes exclusive savings and discounts on goods and services across Canada, as well as access to the In Touch Alumni e-newsletter and magazine. Fee only charged once (Semester 1). $40.80 $40.80
Athletics & Recreation Supports the operating costs of athletics and recreation facilities made available to the broader student body.
Please refer to mohawkmountaineers.com for more information and operating hours.
$57.36 $114.72
Campus Safety Supports a safe campus and the prevention of sexualized violence $1.82 $3.64
Campus Sustainability Supports sustainability initiatives and improvements across the college, including the community garden, farm stand and greening orientation. $4.08 $8.16
Career Services Supports career-related services such as career counselling, job fairs, job boards and job placement services. $17.79 $35.58
Financial Aid Programs & Supports Supports enhanced financial aid offerings such as Mo Money Financial Literacy Resources that promote money management strategies and financial literacy learning. $4.16 $8.32
Health & Counselling Supports access to health professionals for medical care, mental health and counselling. $46.13 $92.26
Student Achievement & Records: Convocation Supports the administration of virtual convocation processes and ceremonies, including website and logistics costs, phonetic pronunciation and recording of graduate names, and diploma package production and mailing. Fee only charged once (Semester 1). $64.72 $64.72
Student Achievement & Records: Transcript Supports the administration of student achievement documents such as transcript requests. Fee only charged once (Semester 1). $27.36 $27.36
Student Buildings: David Braley Athletic and Recreation Centre (DBARC) Supports spaces and facilities that host student activities and services not supported by government grants. $87.00 $174.00
Student ID Card Supports the ONE Card student identification cards which are used to access college services and facilities and are also used for identification in examinations. $13.79 $27.58
Student Programs & Supports Supports programs and services that promote an equitable and inclusive environment for students, and which help to enhance the student experience. $9.78 $19.56
Health and Dental (Plan and Premium) - MSA Supports a comprehensive health and dental plan for full-time students. 1/3 of fee charged in Fall semester; 2/3 charged in Winter semester. Students starting in Winter are only charged 2/3 of total. $63.86 $191.57
HSR Bus Pass (U-Pass and Presto) - MSA Provides unlimited HSR transit access for students via a PRESTO card. $99.68 $199.36
MSA Administration and Student Government Supports student representation, advocacy and outreach; elections and referendums; student leadership opportunities; academic and behavioural appeals; operation of the Student Centre and MSA administrative functions. $61.32 $122.64
MSA Services and Programming

Supports ancillary student services and student-focused events and activities at all campuses, including Food Bank, Career Closet, Legal Counselling, Equipment Loans, Educational Workshops, Social Events, and Student Clubs; supports the administration of the Universal Transit Pass and Health and Dental Plan.

$41.51 $83.02
Student Buildings: MSA Capital Maintenance Supports costs associated with the maintenance and capital improvement of the Student Centre and its facilities, which host student activities and services. $5.20 $10.40

 

Continuing Education Student Compulsory Fees

For more information visit the CE Fees and Financial Information web page.

Fee Name Definition Per Student Contact Hour (to a maximum of 45 hours)
Academic Supports Supports CE student access to peer tutoring, academic counsellors, mentors and learning/skills workshops (outside the classroom). $0.14
Athletics & Recreation Supports the operating costs of athletics and recreation facilities made available to the broader student body, including CE students. Please refer to mohawkmountaineers.com for more information and operating hours. $0.13
Campus Safety Supports a safe campus and the prevention of sexualized violence. $0.05
Career Services Supports CE student access to career-related services such as career counselling, job boards and job placement services. $0.04
Health & Counselling Supports CE student access to health professionals for medical care, mental health and counselling. $0.11
Student Achievement & Records: Transcript Supports CE student access to student achievement documentation such as transcripts. $0.03
Student Buildings Supports spaces and facilities that host student activities and services that CE students have access to. $0.12
Technology Enhancement Provides technology services and supports to CE students. $0.18

 

Apprenticeship Student Compulsory Fees

Fee Name Description Fee
Apprenticeship Activity Fee - College Ensures that apprenticeship students are supported and included in programming, primarily at the Stoney Creek campus. Includes specific Apprenticeship Welcomes and Student ID Cards. Charged per intake. $45.78
Apprenticeship Service Fee - MSA Ensures that Apprenticeship students have access to activities and services, primarily at the Stoney Creek campus. Charged per intake. $10.60

 

2022/23 Compulsory Ancillary Fees

Compulsory Ancillary Fees and associated descriptions below are effective for the 2022 academic year (programs or courses starting between August, 2022 and July, 2023). View the 2022-2023 Annual Fees web page for detailed tuition and fee information.

Post-Secondary Compulsory Fees (Hamilton and area campuses)

Fee Description One Semester Total for Two Semesters
Academic Support: Academic & Learning Supports Supports and services for students such as peer tutoring, academic counsellors, peer mentors, student success advisors, access to copyrighted materials and learning/skills workshops. $56.02 $112.04
Academic Support: Assessment Testing

Supports the assessment of student readiness for college & assists with supports for students where needed post admission. Fee only charged once (Semester 1).

Not applicable to graduate certificate programs. Other program exclusions may apply.

$49.94 $49.94
Academic Support: Technology Enhancement Provides academic support to students via technology services to facilitate the student learning experience, including specialized software. $78.70 $157.40
Alumni Lifetime Membership Lifetime membership to the Mohawk College Alumni Association. Includes exclusive savings and discounts on goods and services across Canada, as well as access to the In Touch Alumni e-newsletter and magazine. Fee only charged once (Semester 1). $40.80 $40.80
Athletics & Recreation Supports the operating costs of athletics and recreation facilities made available to the broader student body.
Please refer to mohawkmountaineers.com for more information and operating hours.
$63.10 $126.20
Campus Safety Supports a safe campus and the prevention of sexualized violence $1.82 $3.64
Campus Sustainability Supports sustainability initiatives and improvements across the college, including the community garden, farm stand and greening orientation. $4.08 $8.16
Career Services Supports career-related services such as career counselling, job fairs, job boards and job placement services. $17.79 $35.58
Financial Aid Programs & Supports Supports enhanced financial aid offerings such as Mo Money Financial Literacy Resources that promote money management strategies and financial literacy learning. $4.16 $8.32
Health & Counselling Supports access to health professionals for medical care, mental health and counselling. $46.13 $92.26
Student Achievement & Records: Convocation Supports the administration of convocation processes and ceremonies. For in-person, this includes event costs, web site and logistics costs, regalia and diploma production. Fee only charged once (Semester 1). $64.72 $64.72
Student Achievement & Records: Transcript Supports the administration of student achievement documents such as transcript requests. Fee only charged once (Semester 1). $27.36 $27.36
Student Buildings: David Braley Athletic and Recreation Centre (DBARC) Supports spaces and facilities that host student activities and services not supported by government grants. $90.00 $180.00
Student ID Card Supports the ONE Card student identification cards which are used to access college services and facilities and are also used for identification in examinations. $13.79 $27.58
Student Programs & Supports Supports programs and services that promote an equitable and inclusive environment for students, and which help to enhance the student experience. $9.78 $19.56

Post-Secondary Compulsory Fees (MSA)

Fee Description One Semester Total for Two Semesters
Health and Dental (Plan and Premium) - MSA

Supports a comprehensive health and dental plan for full-time students. In addition, students have access to Empower Me - a mental health support service.

The cost of the program is split throughout the academic year, with coverage ending August 31. 1/3 of fee charged in Fall semester; 2/3 charged in Winter semester. Students starting in Winter are only charged 2/3 of total.

$63.86 $191.57
HSR Bus Pass (U-Pass and Presto) - MSA Provides unlimited HSR transit access for students via a PRESTO card.
Applies only to programs at campuses within the HSR service area
$101.60 $203.20
MSA General Fee Supports student representation, advocacy and outreach; student government elections and referendums; student leadership opportunities; academic and behavioural appeals; operation of the Student Centre and MSA administrative functions. Also supports student services and student-focused events and activities at all campuses, including Food Bank, Career Closet, Legal Counselling, Equipment Loans, Educational Workshops, Social Events, and Student Clubs. $107.60 $215.20
Student Buildings: MSA Capital Maintenance Supports costs associated with the maintenance and capital improvement of the Student Centre and its facilities, which host student activities and services. $5.20 $10.40

Post-Secondary Compulsory Fees (Mississauga Campus)

The fees in the below section apply to students attending programs delivered at the Mohawk Mississauga campus. Students may access the services in Hamilton virtually or in person at the Fennell campus if they wish to travel.

Fee Description One Semester Total for Two Semesters
Academic Support: Academic & Learning Supports Supports and services for students such as peer tutoring, academic counsellors, peer mentors, student success advisors, access to copyrighted materials and learning/skills workshops. $126.24 $252.48
Academic Support: Assessment Testing

Supports the assessment of student readiness for college & assists with supports for students where needed post admission. Fee only charged once (Semester 1).

Not applicable to graduate certificate programs. Other program exclusions may apply.

$49.94 $49.94
Academic Support: Technology Enhancement Provides academic support to students via technology services to facilitate the student learning experience, including specialized software. $157.40 $314.80
Alumni Lifetime Membership Lifetime membership to the Mohawk College Alumni Association. Includes exclusive savings and discounts on goods and services across Canada, as well as access to the In Touch Alumni e-newsletter and magazine. Fee only charged once (Semester 1). $40.80 $40.80
Athletics & Recreation Supports access to athletics and recreation facilities.
For more information visit the Services for Mississauga Campus Students web page.
$90.00 $180.00
Career Services Supports career-related services such as career counselling, job fairs, job boards and job placement services. $48.05 $96.10
Financial Aid Programs & Supports Supports enhanced financial aid offerings such as Mo Money Financial Literacy Resources that promote money management strategies and financial literacy learning. $4.16 $8.32
Health & Counselling Supports access to health professionals for medical care, mental health and counselling, and the student food bank. $54.20 $108.40
Health & Dental (Plan and Premium) - MSA

Supports a comprehensive health and dental plan for full-time students. In addition, students have access to Empower Me - a mental health support service.

The cost of the program is split throughout the academic year, with coverage ending August 31. 1/3 of fee charged in Fall semester; 2/3 charged in Winter semester. Students starting in Winter are only charged 2/3 of total.

$63.86 $191.57
MSA Administration & Student Government Supports student representation, advocacy and outreach; student elections and referendums; student leadership opportunities; academic and behavioural appeals; operation of the Student Centre and MSA administrative functions. $62.55 $125.10
Student Achievement & Records: Convocation Supports the administration of convocation processes and ceremonies. For in-person, this includes event costs, web site and logistics costs, regalia and diploma production. Fee only charged once (Semester 1). $64.72 $64.72
Student Achievement & Records: Transcript Supports the administration of student achievement documents such as transcript requests. Fee only charged once (Semester 1). $27.36 $27.36
Student Events & Activities Supports student events and activities such as social events, employment workshops, financial seminars, study skills and time management workshops. $33.60 $67.20
Student ID Card Supports the student identification cards which are used to access college services and facilities and are also used for identification in examinations. $13.79 $27.58
Student Programs & Supports Supports programs and services that promote an equitable and inclusive environment for students, access to immigration counselling services, and other services which help to enhance the student experience. $9.78 $19.56

Continuing Education Student Compulsory Fees

For more information visit the CE Fees and Financial Information web page.

Fee Name Definition Per Student Contact Hour (to a maximum of 45 hours)
Academic Support: Academic & Learning Supports Supports CE student access to peer tutoring, academic counsellors, mentors and learning/skills workshops (outside the classroom). $0.14
Academic Support: Technology Enhancement Provides technology services and supports to CE students. $0.18
Athletics & Recreation

Supports the operating costs of athletics and recreation facilities made available to the broader student body, including CE students.

Please refer to mohawkmountaineers.com for more information and operating hours.

$0.14
Campus Safety Supports a safe campus and the prevention of sexualized violence. $0.05
Career Services Supports CE student access to career-related services such as career counselling, job boards and job placement services. $0.04
Health & Counselling Supports CE student access to health professionals for medical care, mental health and counselling. $0.11
MSA CE Fee Supports student representation, advocacy and outreach, as well as academic and behavioural appeals. Also supports services, events and activities including Food Bank, Career Closet, Legal Counselling, Equipment Loans, Educational Workshops, Social Events and Student Clubs. $0.15
Student Achievement & Records: Transcripts Supports CE student access to student achievement documentation such as transcripts. $0.03
Student Buildings Supports spaces and facilities that host student activities and services that CE students have access to. $0.12

Apprenticeship Student Compulsory Fees

Fee Name Description Fee
Apprenticeship Activity Fee - College Ensures that apprenticeship students are supported and included in programming, primarily at the Stoney Creek campus. Includes specific Apprenticeship Welcomes and Student ID Cards. Charged per intake. $45.78
Apprenticeship Service Fee - MSA Ensures that Apprenticeship students have access to activities and services, primarily at the Stoney Creek campus. Charged per intake. $10.81