Centennial College Tuition Fee Information for New Students
There will no longer be any administrative or deferral fees collected. Any deposit paid will be applied 100% to the tuition balance.
- Deposit Due: June 21.
- Deposit Amount: See information below.
- Tuition Due: By Fees Due Date.
- Non-refundable Amount: $200 for all students who withdraw prior to Day 10
Pay for the current semester or for multiple semesters
You may choose to pay your fees in full for one, two or three semesters, depending on your program.
Pay by deposit (online or in person only)
A Tuition Deposit can be made of $500. The amount is applied directly to your tuition. Accept the terms of the Tuition Deposit Agreement either online via myCentennial or complete the agreement in person at any Enrolment Services Office.
Balance of your fees is due by the Fees Due Date. Failure to pay the balance by the deadline will result in late fee charges.
Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) Funding (online or in person only)
If you have applied for OSAP funding and your estimated total of OSAP funding is equal to or greater than your tuition, you may pay a $200 deposit by the Deposit Due Date. Accept the terms of the OSAP Tuition Deposit Agreement, either online via myCentennial or complete the agreement in person at the Enrolment Services Office. If paying in person, you must present your OSAP estimate or approved documents. Your estimate must cover your full tuition for the semester(s) that you have applied for OSAP in order for you to use the $200 fee deposit option.
Are you on OSAP and having a difficult time paying your $200 tuition deposit? Please contact Student Financial Services and, in some circumstances, we can assist you by providing a tuition deposit waiver. Receiving a tuition deposit waiver delays payment of your $200 tuition deposit until your OSAP funding arrives. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The balance of your fees is due within 7 days of receiving your OSAP funding. Failure to pay the balance by the deadline will result in late fee charges. If you do not receive OSAP funds, you will be responsible to pay the balance of your fees.
Second Career Funding (in person only)
If you have applied for Second Career funding you may pay $200 deposit by the fees deadline. Accept the terms of the Second Career Tuition Deposit Agreement in person at the Enrolment Services Office.
Balance of your fees is due within 7 days of receiving your Second Career funding. Failure to pay the balance by the deadline will result in late fee charges.
Pay using Registered Education Savings Plans (RESP) (online or in person only)
If you have an RESP, you can select this option online or at any Enrolment Services Office and pay a fee of $500 to defer your fees until your RESP documents are processed within one month of the start of the semester. Accept the terms of the RESP Tuition Deposit Agreement either online via myCentennial or in the Enrolment Services Office.
Balance of your fees is due within 7 days of receiving your receiving your RESP funding. Failure to pay the balance by the deadline will result in late fee charges.
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) or Debit Card. You can also purchase a locker and parking permit; both are available while supplies last on a first-paid, first-served basis.
You can now pay with Aeroplan Points
Aeroplan members can now redeem their loyalty points for something even more valuable than a holiday in the sun: a college education. Tuition redemption is available in increments of 35,000 miles, which Aeroplan members can convert to $250 towards tuition. There is no limit to the number of points that can be redeemed.
For more information, visit the Pay for Tuition with Aeroplan Points.
What if I’m not paying online?
If you are not paying online, you can choose one of the alternate payment methods listed below:
Pay at a Canadian Bank or Financial Institution
Pay in person, through online banking or by telephone banking, using your Student ID as your account number, and pay a minimum 5 days before the fees due date printed on your Fees Statement, as processing takes approximately 3-5 business days. Fees must be paid and a payment option selected on myCentennial, by the due date printed on your Fees Statement. You must then go to myCentennial and choose your payment option by clicking on “Paid fees at your bank” and if you require a locker rental or parking, choose these options as well.
Pay by telephone
Call 416-289-5300. We accept VISA, MasterCard and American Express.
Pay by mail
Complete both sides of the Fees Statement and mail (please allow sufficient time for delivery) with your payment (certified cheque, money order or credit card information) to:
P.O. Box 631, Station A
Toronto, ON M1K 5E9
Pay in person at an Enrolment Services Office
Visit an Enrolment Services Office at either the Story Arts Centre, Ashtonbee, Morningside, or Progress Campus to make an in-person payment by Interac, VISA, MasterCard, American Express, debit card, certified cheque or money order. Cash or personal cheques are not accepted. If you choose to pay in person, pay before the fees due date to avoid the line-up.
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 less $200 for Canadian residents or $2300 for international students. For more information, visit the International Education How to Withdraw webpage.
*Apprentices should note that in some cases withdrawal with a partial refund may only occur prior to the third class. Contact the Enrolment Services Office for more information.