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Fees: Non-Academic Incidental

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This page provides information and links regarding Non-Academic Incidental Fees – applicable policies, regulations and relevant approval processes – at the University of Toronto.

For specific information regarding the payment of tuition and other fees, including incidental fees, please visit Student Accounts.

Tuition Fee Schedules are approved annually by the Governing Council and are available on the U of T Planning and Budget website. Tuition Fee rates for each year are effective May 1.

Go to Ancillary Fees page.

What are Non-Academic Incidental Fees?

Non-Academic Incidental Fees (or Incidental Fees) are amounts charged in addition to tuition which cover the costs of services and programs not otherwise funded.

These fees support services and programs that contribute to the student experience and student wellbeing and include fees for University-operated student services (such as campus Career Centres and Hart House).

This term also refers to fees collected on behalf of student societies (such as the New College Students’ Council (NCSC) or the Association of Part-time Undergraduate Students (APUS)). Student societies provide services to students and membership in a student society is tied to students’ registration.

Students registered in the School of Continuing Studies are not charged non-academic incidental fees, and therefore do not have access to the University services or student society programs and services.

FAQ's About Non-Academic Incidental Fees
Policies Governing Non-Academic Incidental Fees

The establishment of, or increases to, fees that fund University operated student services (including those managed by a division of the University) are subject to the terms and conditions outlined in:

Changes to student society fees (including portions of fees that are designated for specific purposes) are subject to the terms and conditions outlined in the Policy for Compulsory Non-Academic Incidental Fees, the Handbook for Student Societies, and the societies’ own constitutions and/or by-laws.

Report and Analysis of Compulsory Non-Academic Incidental Fees

This report is an inventory of all compulsory non-academic incidental fees (and designated portions thereof) approved by the University Affairs Board and charged by the University. Similar fees charged by the federated universities are included for reference.

For a complete listing of previous Compulsory Non-Academic Incidental Fee Reports Fee see Reports & Consultations page on this website.