1 Fees Responsibility It is the responsibility of each student to be familiar with university regulations pertaining to financial matters. Acadia University does not accept responsibility for any loss, damage, or interruption of classes, accommodation or meals suffered by any student as a result of circumstances beyond the reasonable control of the university. These circumstances include the suspension or termination of services by any group of university employees. The Role of the Student Accounts Office The Student Accounts Office (University Hall, 1st floor) serves as the collection point for all university fees and charges. This office, however, cannot make adjustments to any fees without the permission of the appropriate department. Income Tax Documents The Tuition and Education Credit Certificate (Income Tax form T2202A), is available for download by the student through their Acadia Central account. The Statement of Pension, Retirement, Annuity, and Other Income (Income Tax form T4A) is mailed to the student s permanent address on file. These documents are released to students by February 28th of each year. The Board of Governors reserves the right to change fees at any time. Registration is not completed until fees are paid. Late Payment and Cancellation Students who have not paid first term tuition by September 3, 2014 will have their registration cancelled unless arrangements acceptable to Acadia University have been made with the Manager of Student Accounts or their designate. A reinstatement fee of $50 will be charged and original course registration is not guaranteed. Acceptable arrangements include the assignment of required amounts from Federal and Provincial Student Loans. The Acadia University Technology Fee is charged each year to all students. This fee is used to maintain and improve the technology environment which supports a student s learning experience at Acadia. This environment includes things like internet access through a combination of wired and wireless access, accounts, courseware systems and network printing support. Please note that this fee is built into the Graduate Tuition amounts TUITION Canadian students Full-time undergraduate, Fall-Winter term, excluding BEd (Nova Scotia residents) Tuition... $ Full-time undergraduate, Fall-Winter term, excluding BEd (Non Nova Scotia residents) Tuition... $ Full-time undergraduate, Fall-Winter term, BEd (Nova Scotia residents) Tuition... $ Full-time undergraduate, Fall-Winter term, BEd (Non Nova Scotia residents) Tuition... $ Full-time undergraduate, Fall or Winter term, excluding BEd (Nova Scotia residents) Tuition... $
2 Full-time undergraduate, Fall or Winter term, excluding BEd (Non Nova Scotia residents) Tuition... $ Full-time undergraduate, Fall or Winter term, BEd (Nova Scotia residents) Tuition... $ Full-time undergraduate, Fall or Winter term, BEd (Non Nova Scotia residents) Tuition... $ Part-time, per 3h, undergraduate course, non-bed Part-time, per 3h, undergraduate course, BEd Audit, per 3h course Seniors, per 3h course (credit) MEd, per 3h course Continuing graduate or honours program, fee per year Co-op work term, fee per semester Co-op internship, fee per 16 month course... 1, TUITION International students Full-time undergraduate, Fall-Winter term, excluding BEd Tuition... $14, Full-time undergraduate, Fall-Winter term, BEd Tuition... $15, Full-time undergraduate, Fall or Winter term, excluding BEd Tuition... $7, Full-time undergraduate, Fall or Winter term, BEd Tuition... $7, Part-time, per 3h undergraduate course, BEd... $1, Part-time, per 3h undergraduate course, Non BEd... 1, MEd, per 3h course... 1, Continuing graduate or honours program fee per year... 2, Continuing in co-op work program fee per semester... 1, Continuing internship program per 16 month course... 3, Non-credit course: If a student is registered in less than 9 hrs of credit and is therefore considered part time, the student will pay a per course fee for any non-credit course for which they are registered. The price for a non-credit course would be the same as that of a credit course. Students registered in this manner will pay the differential fee in the same manner as other part-time students. Fee Policies for students in the Masters Programs Tuition Canadian Students (for Non Residents of Nova Scotia) Full-time graduate enrolled in the Master of Arts program... 7, Full-time graduate enrolled in the Master of Science, Master of Recreation
3 Management or Master of Arts in SOPT program 1 st year... 4, nd year... 4, Master of Education, per 3h course (*) (*) Continuing graduate fee to next convocation Co-op work term, fee per 4-month course Co-op work term, fee per month course... 1, * MEd students will receive a discount of $26.10 per 3 credit hour course to a maximum set by the Provincial Government for September August time frame. Tuition Canadian Students (for Qualifying Residents of Nova Scotia) Full-time graduate enrolled in the Master of Arts program... 6, Full-time graduate enrolled in the Master of Science, Master of Recreation Management or Master of Arts in SOPT program 1 st year... 3, nd year... 3, Master of Education, per 3h course (*) (*) Continuing graduate fee to next convocation Co-op work term, fee per 4-month course Co-op work term, fee per month course * MEd students will receive a discount of $ per 3 credit hour course to a maximum set by the Provincial Government for September August time frame. Tuition International Students Full-time graduate enrolled in the Master of Arts program... 15, Full-time graduate enrolled in the Master of Science, Master of Recreation Management or Master of Arts in SOPT program 1 st year... 10, nd year... 10, Master of Education, per 3h course... 1, Continuing graduate fee to next convocation... 2, Co-op work term, fee per semester... 1, Co-op work term, fee per 16 month course... 3, OTHER ACADEMIC FEES ESST Program Fee Recr/Kine Program Fee Letter of Permission Late fee, charged when applications are not submitted by the stipulated date for any of the following: registration (at any time of the year and including single course registration); course change, per course; graduation Transcript of Record Replacement Diploma Campus Card System Access Fee N.S.F. or other returned cheques handling charge Declined/refused Mastercard or Visa handling charge Reinstatement fee Payment Extension Fee Late Payment Fee STUDENT ORGANIZATION FEES FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS 2014/2015 Full-time: Fall-Winter term Students Union Fee Limited Interest Fee Building Fund Fee ASU Wellness Fee Yearbook Fee Class Dues, undergraduate
4 WUSC Fee Full-time: Either Fall term or Winter term Student s Union Fee Limited Interest Fee Building Fund Fee ASU Wellness Fee Yearbook Fee Class Dues, undergraduate WUSC Fee Part-time: General fee applicable in all terms: Per 3h course STUDENT ORGANIZATION FEES FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS 2014 /2015 Full-time: Fall-Winter term Students Union Fee Limited Interest Fee Building Fund Fee ASU Wellness Fee Yearbook Fee Graduate Student Association Fee WUSC Fee Campus Access Card Full-time: Either fall term or winter term Student s Union Fee Limited Interest Fee Building Fund Fee ASU Wellness Fee Yearbook Fee Graduate Student Association Fee WUSC Fee Campus Access Card Part-time: General fee applicable in all terms: Per 3h course Effective with enrolments for September 1997, Acadia charges domestic tuition fees to members of the diplomatic corps, their spouses and dependent children who are full-time students at Acadia University. ASU EXTENDED HEALTH PLAN Canadian students: Canadian full-time students attending Acadia University are automatically enrolled in the Acadia Canadian Student Health Plan, which supplements but does not replace the provincial health care plan. The health plan fee is automatically charged to your student account. Students may opt out of this plan and receive a credit for the fee by showing proof of other comparable health care coverage and signing a waiver form at the Health Plan office (Old SUB Rm 610) NO LATER THAN September 30, No opt out requests will be accepted after this date. Single person, 12 months... $ Family *, 12 months... $ International Students: All international students are automatically enrolled in the Acadia International Student Health Plan. The health plan fee is automatically charged to your student account. Students may opt out of this plan and receive a credit for the fee by showing proof of other comparable health care
5 coverage and signing a waiver form at the Health Plan office (Old SUB Rm 610) NO LATER THAN September 30, No opt out requests will be accepted after this date. Single person, 12 months... $ Family *, 12 months... $1, ASU DENTAL COVERAGE FOR ALL FULL-TIME STUDENTS All Students: All full-time students attending Acadia University are automatically enrolled in the Acadia Student Dental Plan, upon registration at Acadia University. The Dental Plan fee is automatically charged to your student account. Students may opt out of this plan and receive a credit for the fee by signing a waiver form at the Health Plan office (Old SUB Rm 610) NO LATER THAN September 30, No opt out requests will be accepted after this date. Proof of other comparable coverage is not required to opt out of the dental plan. Single person, 12 months... $ Family *, 12 months... $ Please note: Insurance premiums are subject to change. The insurance carrier, The Campus Trust, and the Administrator of the Plan, the ASU, are bound to keep confidential the following information forwarded to them by the University: student name, student ID, date of birth, and gender. The information forwarded will be used solely for the purpose of determining the eligibility for benefits and will be retained only as long as the file is active. *If you wish to add dependents to your policy, you must contact the Health Plan Administrator before the last business day of the month in which your current academic year begins; otherwise you will be included in the single plan only. RESIDENCE LIFE The following are the residence and meal plan rates for the academic year Chase Court Chipman House Single room Single room Deluxe single Deluxe single Single in suite Double room Christofor Hall Crowell Tower Single room Single room Deluxe single Double room Double room Dennis House Cutten House Single room Single room Deluxe single Deluxe single Single in suite Double room Double room Premium single Eaton House Eco House Single room Shared house Deluxe single Private suite Roy Jodrey Hall Double room Single room Single in suite
6 Raymond House Single room War Memorial House Single room Seminary House Deluxe single Single room Premium single Deluxe single Double room Double room Deluxe double Single in suite Whitman House Single room Deluxe single Double room Single in suite Residence campus program fee Residence accommodation may only be booked to coincide with the academic terms for which a student is registered. Student Meal Plans Residence Students compulsory; Off-campus students optional (tax exempt) Unlimited Dining 5 Day Plan Day Plan Day Plus Plan (includes $325 in non-refundable Flex Cash) Day Max Plan (includes $650 in non-refundable Flex Cash) Commuter Plans Off-campus students non-refundable (taxes included) * 10 meals plus $25.00 flex cash meals plus $ flex cash meals plus $ flex cash meals plus $ flex cash * Commuter meal plans are non-refundable except when a student is withdrawing from Acadia. A $40.00 administrative fee will be applied to any refunds of this nature. Meal plans are compulsory for all students living in residence. Axe Cash and Campus Store Accounts The Axe Cash and Campus Store accounts are designed to safeguard money for school and personal expenses. These funds can be used to purchase meals, snacks, books, printing and supplies; with more services on the way. Any unused balance over $5.00 is refunded after the Fall/Winter session. Please visit for a complete list of retail locations on and off campus, services and deposit options. Residence and Room Damage Deposit Damage to university property is charged to the student responsible in cases where that student is found to be responsible. Residence Room Occupancy Rooms will not be held beyond the first day of classes unless the Residence Life Office is notified, in writing, of late arrival. The occupancy period is the published date for opening of the residences in each term and 24 hours after the student's last examination in each term. For graduating students, rooms will be available at a daily rate, in a designated residence, from the published date that residences close at the end of the academic year, until after convocation. All food costs are at the student s expense.
7 Rooms will be available at a daily rate, in a designated residence, for students required for academic reasons, to remain on campus after residences close at the end of each term. All food costs are at the student s expense. When applying for residence accommodation outside the normal occupancy period, the student agrees with all arrangements set by the Residence Life Office regarding residence occupancy and the daily rate associated with the said room occupancy. All food costs are at the student s expense. Payment of Fees All fee calculations are made at registration without prejudice and are subject to confirmation and adjustment at a later date. In addition to the handling charge for any cheque returned, the return may result in cancellation of enrolment. Applications for Canada Student Loans (CSL) must be made two to three months prior to registration and through the Student Aid Office of the Department of Education in the province of permanent residence. In Nova Scotia: Student Aid Office, P O Box 2290, Stn. "M", Halifax, B3J 3C8. Students financing their education through scholarships or through external sponsors must present proof of this at registration, or failing this have made prior arrangements to enable payment of amounts required at registration. Late arrangements for payment will result in interest being charged. Enrolment may be cancelled for non-payment of fees. Full-time Students All fees for each term are due and payable prior to or at registration. The following payment options are available: 1. A full-time student registered for the full Fall-Winter academic year may pay fees in two installments. a. Tuition 50% due upon registration and 50% on the first day of classes in January b. Student Organization Fees 50% due upon registration and 50% on the first day of classes in January c. Room Fees 50% due on the first day of classes in September and 50% on the first day of classes in January. d. Meal Plan Fees 50% due on the first day of class in September and 50% due on the first day of classes in January e. Other Fees (including ASU Extended Health Plan) 100% is due upon registration 2. A full-time student registered for the Fall or the Winter term only is required to pay fees as follows: a. Tuition 100% due upon registration b. Student Organization Fees 100% due upon registration c. Room Fees These fees are levied based on the appropriate portion of the Full year fees and 100% is due upon registration d. Meal Plan Fees These fees are levied based on the appropriate portion of the Full year fees and 100% is due upon registration e. Other fees (including ASU Extended Health Plan) 100% is due upon registration 3. Part-time Students and Correspondence Courses All fees are due and payable, in full, at registration. Late Payment Any student account not paid by the required payment dates will incur a $50.00 late payment charge. Interest will be charged monthly at a rate of 1% per month on any outstanding balance as of the last working Thursday of the month following registration until such time as the account is paid in full. Where a student has elected to pay fees in two installments, no interest will be charged on the second installment until the last working Thursday of the month following the first day of classes in January of that academic year.
8 Students who have outstanding accounts are 1. not permitted to register again, 2. not permitted to receive or have sent an official transcript of their record, 3. not recommended for any degree or diploma, until the debt has been paid. 4. not permitted to access grade information. Regulations regarding cancellation and withdrawal Full-Time students: Residence and Courses Students must complete an Academic Withdrawal Form, obtained from the Registrar s Office, and return the Academic Withdrawal Form to the Registrar s Office, at which time withdrawal becomes effective. These requirements apply at any time of the year, regardless of the reason for withdrawal or whether the student is registered for one or two terms. Students ceasing their studies without completing withdrawal forms automatically incur academic course drop penalties and are not eligible for adjustments to their fees. Students withdrawing from university during the academic year (September to April) will be charged as follows: Academic and Student Fees: 20% per week of the term cost for each week or partial week of attendance, based upon information contained in the Academic Withdrawal Form beginning the Monday following the first full week of classes each term (September 16, 2013 and January 13, 2014). No fee adjustment will be made after October 13, 2013 for the 13/14 Fall term and February 9, 2014 for the 13/14 Winter term. Residence: Students who withdraw from Residence between August 28, 2013 and September 15, 2013 will be charged 10% of the fall term room cost PLUS a room cancellation fee of $100 for new students and $300 for returning students. Beginning the Monday following the first full week of classes each term students will be charged 20% per week of the term cost for each week or partial week based upon the information contained in the Academic Withdrawal form. After October 13, 2013 any student withdrawing from Residence up to and including the first full week of studies in the Winter semester will be charged 20% of the winter term Residence costs. No fee adjustments will be made after February 9, 2014 for the 13/14 academic year. New students entering residence in January 2014 who withdraw from residence between January 2, 2014 and January 12, 2014 will be charged 10% of the Winter term room cost PLUS a room cancellation fee of $100. Meal Plans: Students who withdraw from Residence between August 28, 2013 and September 15, 2013 will be charged 10% of the fall term Meal Plan cost. Beginning the Monday following the first full week of classes each term students will be charged 20% per week of the term cost for each week or partial week based upon the information contained in the Academic Withdrawal Form. After October 13, 2013 any student withdrawing from Residence up to and including the first full week of studies in the Winter semester will be charged 20% of the winter term Meal plan cost. No fee adjustments will be made after February 9, 2014 for the 13/14 academic year. New students entering residence in January 2014 who withdraw from Residence between January 2, 2014 and January 12, 2014 will be charged 10% of the Winter term meal plan cost. Part-Time Students Students withdrawing from courses must inform the Registrar s Office of this in writing. Withdrawal is effective the day the Registrar s Office receives this written notification. Refunds
9 and course withdrawal penalties are calculated as of this day based on the Academic and Student Fees section above. Non-attendance, or informing the instructor of intention to withdraw, is not accepted as equivalent to withdrawal. Acadia Graduate Awards Payment of Acadia Graduate Awards will cease immediately upon termination of enrolment in any graduate program. Residence Fees ( ) New student canceling room reservation (deposit not returned)... $100 Returning student canceling room reservation: Cancellations received between May 1, 2014 and June 30, $150 Cancellations received between July 1, 2014 and arrival day... $300 Scholarships Acadia University award (includes scholarship and bursary) recipients will have their award amount(s) adjusted per term according to the Academic and Student Fee withdrawal policy up to the amount due payable to cover mandatory academic and student fees as well as any applicable on campus residence and meal costs.
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