When are my tuition fees due?
Your “Fees Statement” provides you with an itemized list of fees, and a series of payment plan options. Depending on your program, you can choose to pay your fees for one, two, or three semesters or through one of the other payment options listed below. Your fees due date is printed on your statement. It is your responsibility to ensure that your fees are paid by the fees due date.
Pay for the current semester or for multiple semesters
Deposit Plan (online or in person only)
Pay using RESPS
How do I pay my fees? Don’t stand in line. Pay online!
Fees can be paid online through myCentennial if you choose to pay by credit card (VISA, MasterCard or American Express). You can also purchase a locker and parking permit; both are available while supplies last on a first-paid, first-served basis.
How do I access myCentennial?
myCentennial is the College portal that gives all students personalized online access to key dates, including web-registration, e-mail, grades, class start dates, loan disbursement information, College announcements, and research tools – from any Internet connection.
You can access myCentennial from the Current Students page of the Centennial College website or directly at http://my.centennialcollege.ca. Your login is your nine-digit student number; your initial password is your date of birth. (Note: You will be asked to change the password upon initial login.)
What if I’m not paying online by credit card?
If you are not paying online by credit card, you can choose one of the alternate payment methods listed below:
Pay at a Canadian bank or financial institution
Pay by fax
Pay by telephone
Pay by mail
Pay in person at the enrolment services office
What if I don’t pay on time?
Fees must be paid in full or a payment option chosen by the date noted on the Fees Statement. Failure to pay your fees by the fees due date on your Fees Statement may result in your place, in the program being offered to another qualified applicant. If you choose the Instalment Payment Option the balance of your fees is due by the first day of classes or late fee charges will apply and/or you will be removed from your courses.
What is the fee refund policy, if I decide to withdraw from my program?
If you have paid your fees, you must submit an Intent to Withdraw Form to the Enrolment Services Office within the first ten days from the start of the semester to qualify for a partial refund of fees.* The college will return all tuition paid with the exception of ancillary fees** and $100 for Canadian residents or $500 for international students. If you deferred your tuition using the OSAP based fee deferral plan, RESP plan or Instalment plan, you must still complete an Intent to Withdraw Form and submit it to the Enrolment Services Office.
* Apprentices and students taking Continuing Education courses should note that in some cases withdrawal with a
** Examples of ancillary fees include ID card fees, late fees, payment plan processing fees and student services fees. Refundable fees include building fund, health insurance, etc