Review the FAQ answers below for important information about your fee statement.
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Questions? If you have further questions or need help with your fees and your question is not answered below, contact us by completing the Email Ask form. Ensure you include your MohawkID (Student number) and program of study when submitting the form.
International students: Complete the Email International Student Services form.
IMPORTANT: Information on this page applies to all domestic students (new and returning) and returning international students. If you are a new international student please visit the International Students page for information.
For more information on Ancillary Fees visit the Compulsory Ancillary Fees web page that includes descriptions. Students cannot opt-out of compulsory ancillary fees.
On this page:
- What is my fee statement?
- Will I receive a fee statement?
- What if I have already paid my fees?
- How do I pay my fees?
- How do I get a verification of attendance (enrolment)?
- When will I receive my fee statement?
- Where do I find my fee statement?
- What if my program follows an exception calendar?
- What if I do not receive my fee statement?
- What information is on my fee statement?
- What if I am part-time?
- Will I see my fees in MyMohawk?
- What if I am a BScN or RPN to BScN student?
- What if I am not returning or want to withdraw?
- Do I need to pay a tuition deposit?
- How do I check my account balance for payments?
- What if I change my program and/or semester?
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Your fee statement is a pre-bill sent prior to each semester of study. Your fee statement will assist you with planning your payment options and fee due dates to secure your seat, ensure you are able to register when timetable selection opens for your program, and avoid any late fees. Your fee statement is issued based on your expected progression in your program of studies.
Your pre-bill fee statement does not reflect actual charges placed on your account. Your account balance on MyMohawk will not indicate your required deposit amount or balance owing until your select your timetable to register. Check My Financial Statement or your Account Summary on MyMohawk to review actual charges after you have selected your timetable.
A fee statement is issued for each semester prior to timetable selection unless noted otherwise. You will receive a fee statement for each term according to your program of studies if you are a new (domestic) or returning (domestic and international) student. You may receive your fee statement for the next term semester according to your program of studies even if you are currently enrolled in a preceding semester of your program.
You will still receive a fee statement even if you have already paid, are a Better Jobs Ontario (formerly Second Career) student, receiving OSAP, or otherwise sponsored by a third party (any funding or contract).
You will receive a fee statement if you have been special authorized by the academic area. If you are not sure why you have been set up to register, refer to your Student Success Advisor (SSA).
You may not receive a fee statement if you are on a work term, special authorized part-time or special authorized as an out of sync student according to your program of studies. Check My Financial Statement or your Account Summary on MyMohawk to review actual charges based on course registration or other activity.
If you are a new international student please visit the International Students page for support regarding your Letter of Acceptance, fees, and payment requirements.
You will still receive a fee statement if you have already paid (pre-paid) your fees, or have a sponsorship or contract set up, for the term. Your fee statement will include important details on your total fees for the term and information on timetable selection and important dates for the term. The total fees for term on your fee statement does not reflect any prior payments or credit balance on your account.
The Ways to pay your deposit or other tuition amounts can be found on the Payment Options page.
Visit the Verification of Attendance page if you need to request a confirmation of enrolment for RESP, benefits coverage, or a third party sponsorship.
The college is required to inform students of their total anticipated fees at least three (3) months prior to the term start date. Your fee statement is sent in advance of the term to help you managed expected deadlines and amounts due.
New students: The earliest your fee statement will be sent is approximately one month prior to the deposit due date for the upcoming semester. If you accept your offer later your fee statement will be sent approximately two (2) business days after you have accepted your offer of admission at ontariocolleges.ca. You are considered a new student if you have accepted an offer at ontariocolleges.ca or are changing programs. See anticipated timelines below.
Returning students: The earliest your fee statement will be sent is approximately one month prior to the deposit due date for the upcoming semester. If your deposit amount is zero no deposit is required. Your fee statement may be sent later if you are changing programs, special authorized or working on a custom academic plan. See anticipated timelines below.
Fee statement timelines for new and returning students
|New Students (Domestic Only)
|Returning Students (Domestic and International)
|As early as February 15, 2024
(or later depending on when you accept your offer)
As early as February 15, 2024
(or later depending on your Winter 2024 term enrolment status)
|As early as May 15, 2024
(or later depending on when you accept your offer)
As early as May 15, 2024
(or later depending on your Summer 2024 term enrolment status)
|As early as October 15, 2024
(or later depending on when you accept your offer)
As early as October 15, 2024
(or later depending on your Fall 2023 term enrolment status)
Fee statements are sent to your Mohawk email only. Learn more about your Mohawk email and how to access it by visiting the Mohawk Email for Students web page.
Fee statements are not posted in MyMohawk or mailed to your address on file.
The exception calendar identifies program semesters that may not start or end at the same time as most programs in a term. If your program semester or specific courses have different dates your fee statement is still issued according to the dates above. The due dates outlined on your fee statement and your timetable selection date may be earlier than your program state date. You are responsible for meeting the fee deadlines outlined on your fee statement sent in advance of each semester to your Mohawk email.
You are responsible for meeting the fee deadlines outlined on your fee statement sent in advance of each semester. Your fee statement will be sent to your Mohawk email only. An email will be sent to your personal email on file to let your know that your fee statement is being sent to your Mohawk email. Follow up emails about deposit or balance owing due dates are not sent once you have received your fee statement.
Check your spam or junk folder! Depending on your email client you may need to check your junk or spam folder. You may not receive email if your email box is full, rejects Mohawk College as a safe sender, or your email address on file is incorrect.
If you have reviewed the above FAQs and timelines and are expecting a fee statement but have not received it, contact us as soon as possible to avoid any late fees or registration delays.
Your statement provides details on your expected program and semester of study, tuition deposit (if required), estimated total amount due, payment options, and other important details and deadlines. The amount due on your fee statement is inclusive of all tuition and compulsory ancillary fees for your expected program and semester of study and assumes you will register in a full course load. To review tuition and ancillary fees visit the Tuition and Fees page and select the Annual Fees associated with the term for which your fee statement has been issued. Compulsory ancillary fees are charged to all students are not eligible for a refund.
Your fee statement also outlines critical dates to ensure your seat is confirmed and avoid any late fees. Fee due dates are also outlined in the Academic and Important Dates. Your due dates may be different depending on when your fee statement is sent. Always refer to your personal fee statement for specific amounts and deadlines.
The amount due on your fee statement is inclusive of all tuition and compulsory ancillary fees for your expected program and semester of study and assumes you will register in a full course load according to your program and semester of studies. Your actual amount due is subject to change if you register in less or more than a full course load or change programs. Your actual balance due will be confirmed when you select your timetable to register.
You may register in less than a full course load and still be considered full-time for tuition and fee charges. The Ministry of Colleges and Universities (MCU) considers a student to be part-time for tuition and ancillary fees only when they are enrolled in one or more courses comprising less than 70% of the student contact hours or 66⅔% of the courses required in their program and semester of study. If you are considered part-time you will be charged per course registered based on the number of hours of each course plus ancillary fees. The threshold is different according to your program and semester. Check with your Student Success Advisor (SSA) regarding program completion plans and how that could impact your status. Courses not taken or completed in a prior term are subject to additional tuition and ancillary fees in the term they are taken.
No. The Account Summary or My Financial Statement section in MyMohawk will not indicate your required deposit amount, fees due, or balance owing when you receive your fee statement. You will not see any fees or charges until your select your timetable to register.
This page provides general information about your fee statement. FAQs specific to BScN can be found on the BScN Student Fees FAQ page.
Your fee statement is sent based on your expected progression in your program of studies. If you are not returning you may need to withdraw from your program so we know you are not returning. Reach out using the Email Ask form for assistance with your next steps.
A tuition deposit is required once per academic year or when changing programs. An academic year begins every September. Your deposit is applied toward the balance of your total fees due at the time of registration. It is not an additional charge. If you change your program your deposit remains valid for the new program. A deposit should only be made by new students after you have received and accepted an offer of admission in order to secure your seat.
Your fee statement will indicate whether your deposit is required. If the deposit amount showing on your fee statement is $0.00 and you are a domestic student a deposit is not required prior to timetable selection. You may also pay the total balance as noted on your fee statement prior to timetable selection.
Students applying for OSAP: Your tuition deposit and any late fees incurred if you do not pay your deposit by your due date are not covered by OSAP. Learn more about your Payment Options and get help with OSAP.
If you currently have a balance due on your student account your tuition deposit will be applied toward any existing balance owing.
Conditional offers: Applicants with conditional offers of admission are subject to the same non-refundable tuition deposit and payment deadlines as well as any late fees. Refer to your fee statement for your offer and payment deadlines.
If you have made a payment toward your fees you can review your account balance on MyMohawk. From the main menu select the Finances tab, then select Account Summary from the My Statements section. A payment may take up to one week to reflect on your account depending on the method of payment.
The fee statement sent will reflect the current program and semester according to your student record. If you are changing programs a new fee statement will be sent once you have accepted a new offer of admission or you have been authorized into a new program of studies. Your deposit or other due dates may change if you switch programs.