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Fee Deadlines

Note: Students entering a new program are considered NEW Students. RETURNING students refers to students returning to the same program.

As a student, you are responsible for understanding and ensuring payment of all amounts owed to Sheridan by the due date indicated on your fee estimate, including deposits and instalments, where applicable.

You are expected to regularly review your online Student Account Summary to ensure charges are as expected, payments have been applied to your account and your balance is paid in full.

Payment is to be received by Sheridan on or before the dates below unless stated otherwise on your online fee estimate or your offer of admission letter.

Note: To hold your seat in the program you have been admitted to, and to avoid a late payment charge, you must allow sufficient time for your payment to be received by Sheridan by the due date.

Online banking payments generally take up to four business days to be applied to your Sheridan student account. If your payment has not been received by Sheridan within the expected time frame, please contact your financial institution.

Deposits

If you are a new domestic student or a returning student, you are required to pay a deposit once per academic year, unless you are a starting a new program.

You can declare your intent to register through myStudent Centre for subsequent terms in the academic year. For example, if you pay your deposit in July for the upcoming Fall term, you will not need to pay a deposit to declare your intent to register for the Winter term of the same academic year.

  • Student type Due date

    New domestic students

    February 15, 2024

    New international students

    See offer of admission letter

    Returning domestic and international students

    March 15, 2024

  • Student type Due date

    New domestic students

    June 15, 2024

    New international students

    See offer of admission letter

    Returning domestic and international students

    July 15, 2024

  • Student type Due date

    New domestic students

    October 15, 2024

    New international students

    See offer of admission letter

    Returning domestic and international students

    November 15, 2024

Tuition and fees

You are required to pay your tuition and fees by the deadlines noted below, based on your student type.

  • Student type Due date

    Domestic students not receiving OSAP and returning international students

    May 31, 2024

    New international students

    See offer of admission letter

    Domestic students receiving OSAP

    June 14, 2024

Outstanding Balance

If you have an outstanding balance greater than $40 following the applicable payment due date, a hold will be put on your account. When your account is on hold, you can still submit your intent to register, but you cannot enrol in further courses at Sheridan or receive official documents such as transcripts or letters of enrolment. To have the hold removed, you must pay your outstanding balance in full.

If you are paying a deposit and have an outstanding balance from a previous term, your payment will be applied against your outstanding balance. Any remaining funds will be applied against your required deposit. Your deposit must be paid in full to hold your seat in the upcoming term. Check your Student Account Summary regularly so that you are aware of any outstanding balances as soon as possible.

In addition to your account being placed on hold, if your outstanding balance exceeds $150, a late payment charge of $150 will be applied to your student account.

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