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Tuition Information

Tuition Information

Fee Schedule for the 2021-2022 Academic Year

Fees noted are estimated and are based on the 2021-2022 schedule. Tuition guidelines are established by the Ontario government and are subject to revision. Below are sample full-time fee summaries.

Ancillary Fees

In addition to basic tuition fees (listed below), all programs have non-tuition related Ancillary Fees. Ancillary Fees vary by program. Ancillary fees are vital to supporting student services provided by the College and the Centennial College Student Association (CCSAI). Students are required to pay ancillary fees, as determined through a collaborative review completed by the Board of Governors and the CCSAI. 

Learn more about our Ancillary Fees.

Post-secondary Programs

Canadian Tuition Fee

First Year
(Two Semesters)
Second Year
(Two Semesters)
Third Year
(Two Semesters)
$2,721.00 $2,721.00 $2,721.00
 

International Tuition Fee

First Year
(Two Semesters)
Second Year
(Two Semesters)
Third Year
(Two Semesters)
$15,385.50 $15,161.50 $14,941.00

School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science & School of Transportation Post-secondary Programs

International Tuition Fee

First Year
(Two Semesters)
Second Year
(Two Semesters)
Third Year
(Two Semesters)
$16,377.00 $16,138.50 $15,904.00

Applied Information Technology (Computer and Communication Networks) Honours Degree Program

Canadian Tuition Fee

First Year
(Two Semesters)
Second Year
(Two Semesters)
Third Year
(Two Semesters)
Fourth Year
(Two Semesters)
$7,146.50 $7,146.50 $7,146.50 $7,146.50

International Tuition Fee

First Year
(Two Semesters)
Second Year
(Two Semesters)
Third Year
(Two Semesters)
Fourth Year
(Two Semesters)
$19,484.50 $19,201.00 $19,201.00 $18,921.00

Public Relations Management Honours Degree Program

Canadian Tuition Fee

First Year
(Two Semesters)
Second Year
(Two Semesters)
Third Year
(Two Semesters)
Fourth Year
(Two Semesters)
$5,986.50 $5,986.50 $5,986.50 $5,986.50

International Tuition Fee

First Year
(Two Semesters)
Second Year
(Two Semesters)
Third Year
(Two Semesters)
Fourth Year
(Two Semesters)
$18,521.00 $18,251.00 $18,251.00 $17,985.00

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN)

Canadian Tuition Fee

First Year Second Year
$6,223.09 $6,223.09

International Tuition Fee

First Year Second Year
$28,350.00 $28,350.00

Students taking a full-time program part time

Students who take less than 70% of the student contact hours and less than 66.6% of the courses required for the program of instruction in a given semester are considered part time for that semester and will be charged tuition based on the number of student contact hours in the courses they are taking.

  • Canadian part-time students are charged $5.90 for post-secondary and $10.89 for post-graduate per contact hour for courses they are registered in
  • International part-time students are charged $30.34 for post-secondary and $39.25 for post-graduate per contact hour for courses they are registered in
  • Canadian and international part-time students are charged health insurance and Ancillary Fees. Ancillary Fees include student service fee, technology fee, student activity fee, and program incidentals.

Fees Descriptions

For all additional fee descriptions, please refer to our Ancillary Fees.

Career Services and Co-op Education Administration Fees

Students enrolled in a co-operative education program will be charged an additional, non-refundable, administrative fee.  Collection of the fees will commence with the semester in which the first Co-op Professional Practice subject is scheduled at the rate of $450.00 per work term. If a program contains more than one work-term, the co-op fee is billed in the semester prior to each subsequent work-term.  The fee helps cover the various costs of services related to co-op education, such as career planning, student preparation, promotion, placement assistance, work-term monitoring and on-going liaison with employers.

Canadian Workplace Orientation Fee

International students enrolled in a co-operative education program will be charged an additional, non-refundable, Canadian Workplace Orientation fee.  Collection of the fees will commence with the semester in which the first Co-op Professional Practice subject is scheduled at the rate of $350.00 per work term. If a program contains more than one work-term, the co-op fee is billed in the semester prior to each subsequent work-term. The fee assist students to be more successful in their program prior to their first co-op semester so that more students can take advantage of this wonderful work and learn opportunity by meeting the eligibility requirements for the co-op semesters and continue to offer additional services through to graduation.

International Student Support Fee

The International Student Support Fee supports the mental health of international students by providing access to counselling services that are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via different modalities including in-person, telephone and online.

Program Incidentals

Some programs may charge an incidental fee for special services, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training, Mask Fit testing or course materials.

Apprenticeship Fees

As of Fall 2003, the Ontario Government implemented Classroom Fees for apprenticeship training. These fees are payable to Centennial College by the apprentice. Apprenticeship programs are not available to International students.

Sample Fees

Program Semester 1 Semester 2 Total
Truck and Coach $1,219.00 $979.00 $2,198.00
Volvo and Mack $1,219.00 $979.00 $2,198.00
Canadian Tire $440.00 $1,400.00 $1,840.00
Ford Asset $440.00 $1,400.00 $1,840.00
General Motors $440.00 $1,400.00 $1,840.00
Honda $440.00 $1,400.00 $1,840.00
Toyota $440.00 $1,400.00 $1,840.00