In some instances, students may enroll in a program through the Office of Distributed Learning that may require them to attend on-campus to complete the required course. In this case, the student will pay the regular program tuition fees to DL andnot pay an additional on-campus tuition fee per course. Students pay the DL technology fee for online courses only.
However, an additional tuition fee per course will be charged under the following circumstances:
2.2 Part Time Students
Students enrolled in three (3) or less courses. (Including Regular Programs, Day-time General Studies, Distributed Learning and Open Learning)
a) Tuition fee per course - $ 230.00
b) Technology fee per course (DL course) - $ 50.00
2.3 General Studies Students
General studies students who enroll in “classroom" courses will pay maximum tuition of $726.00 and Equipment/Materials fee of $100.00.
General studies students who enroll in “DLS” courses will pay a maximum tuition of $726.00 and a $50.00 Technology fee per course.
General studies students who enroll in a combination of “classroom” and “DLS” courses will pay regular tuition for “classroom” courses and $230.00 tuition plus a $50.00 Technology fee for each DLS course.
2.4 Community Education
Contact local campus for course fees.
2.5 Residence Fees
Students must pay a minimum of two weeks residence fees in advance, or upon arrival in residence. Students intending to move out of residence must give 30 days notice or pay a penalty of $100.00.
Students are responsible for providing their own bed linens and laundry service.
Bay St. George Campus
Room and 10 meals weekly
Room and 14 meals weekly
Room and 19 meals weekly
Room and 5 meals weekly
Room only weekly
| $ 82.90
Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Room and 14 meals weekly
|Family Residence (Apartments)
1 Bedroom-monthly /no meals
2 Bedroom-monthly /no meals
3 Bedroom-monthly /no meals
4.0 STUDENT CREDIT
Learners will be granted credit only as a last resort and upon the recommendation of the appropriate Student Services representative. Credit will be given only for Tuition and Equipment/Materials fees.
Learners Receiving Student Loans
Learners who will be receiving Student Loans and the amount of whose loan is confirmed may be eligible for a Student Waiver. The Waiver will specify what is covered and for what period of time. When the student loan arrives, the amount owing will be deducted by the
Learners Not Receiving Student Loans
Learners in this category are not normally eligible for credit; however, from time to time it may be necessary to give a Credit Note to learners who are receiving funding assistance. Credit Notes in these cases will be issued only after a thorough interview is completed by the appropriate Learner Services representative in order to determine need. The case will then be referred to the Campus Administrator with a recommendation.
5.0 FINANCIAL APPEALS
Appeals of a financial assessment should be made in writing to the Chief Financial Officer.
Receipts are issued for any financial transactions with the College. Learners should ensure that they obtain and save these receipts for use in resolving any financial conflicts. In the absence of such documentation, the College financial records shall provide the basis for