Please be advised that as of October 1, 2018, the Registrar’s Office will no longer accept cash for payment of Conestoga student fees. This change is consistent with the approach already adopted by many other colleges, and will result in increased efficiency and safety for both our students and employees. You can pay fees online through the Student Portal, or in person by credit card, debit card, web banking or money order.
Continuing Education students enrolled in courses (categories 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 13) and programs aimed at the general public will pay $0.49 per student credit hour to a maximum of $23.52 per course. Exceptions are off-campus special client courses not listed in catalogue, field practicum and children's programming. This fee covers services such as parking, information sessions, student guide information, free workshops, etc.
This fee of $42.60 per program covers all services related to graduation, convocation and the Alumni Association.
A $25 course transfer fee will be charged to students requesting to change courses in which they are registered in the refund period/registration deadline for the course. The fee must be paid at the time the transfer is requested. If the request is made by telephone, students must supply their credit card information as payment. If the request is made in person, payment will be accepted by debit, cheque or credit card.
Continuing Education students enrolled in a category 1 course will be charged a CSI Association fee of $0.45 per hour to a maximum of $21.60 per course.
Continuing Education students pay a fee which is used to enhance and upgrade the equipment and facilities for all Continuing Education students at the college. A fee of $0.52 per student credit hour is charged to a maximum of $24.96 per course.
Continuing Education students enrolled in course categories 1, 2 will be charged $0.24 per credit hour to a maximum of $11.52 per course. This fee contributes to the provision of essential academic, career, and wellness services and supports for students, including:
Tuition fees are subject to review on an annual basis. Tuition fees are not transferable from one term to another. Many courses and seminars offered through Continuing Education are subject to HST.
Part-time students, age 60 or over, may take courses for a reduced tuition fee. This discount applies to tuition fees (does not apply to supplies, equipment, tuition fees for seminars and tuition fees for some specialty courses). Please email the registrar's office at
CE@conestogac.on.ca to confirm your tuition fee discount.
A fee of $30 will be charged for each cheque returned to us by your bank, due to insufficient funds, stopped payment, incorrect account number, etc.
Do not submit post-dated cheques. Your application and cheque may be returned to you.
If your credit card transaction is declined, your registration cannot be processed.
If the college decides a course cannot be delivered, the full amount of fees paid will be refunded if the student is registered at time of cancellation. A refund cheque will be issued and mailed for any type of payment. Refunds require approximately four to six weeks for processing.
The college reserves the right to cancel, postpone, reschedule or combine classes and to limit registration or change instructors. If your course is cancelled, you may either transfer to another campus or course, or receive a full refund. Full refunds are issued only to students who are registered at the time of cancellation. Every effort will be made to inform you at home or at work before the start date if your course is cancelled, postponed or changed.
Note: Refunds under $5 are issued only upon request.
If you wish to withdraw from a course after the start date, you can do so in the Student Portal or by contacting the registrar's office. If you withdraw from a course within the time period specified in the Refund Policy, a fee of $25 will be charged.
A mark of W (withdrawal) will be assigned if withdrawal is prior to 67 per cent of course completion. A mark of F (academic penalty) will be assigned if withdrawal is after 67 per cent of completion. Failure to attend does not constitute a withdrawal.
To withdraw and request a refund from a course, you must notify the registrar's office within the time period specified in the refund policy on the confirmation of registration. Your student identification number is required.
Exceptions to the refund policy cannot be made for students who register late in a course. After the start of the first class, refunds for supplies and/or association fees may not be issued.