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Program Fees

Fees and charges vary depending on your place of residence, student status and the number of courses being taken.

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In Province (Newfoundland and Labrador)

The 2017-18 Fees and Charges listed below are applicable to students residing in Newfoundland and Labrador.

  • Full-time is four or more courses. Part-time is three courses or less. In Intersession, full-time is 2 or more courses and part-time is one course.

Full-time Enrolment Fees

For a breakdown of the complete cost when enrolled in a full-time program, select applicable program below:

Part-time Enrolment Fees

  • Textbooks and other materials are not included in these fees.
All fees are in Canadian Dollars (CAD) and are non-taxable.
Application Fee: Non-refundable/non-transferable application processing fee $30.00
Registration Fee: Paid annually and is applicable to all programs if enrolled full-time $97.00
Technology Fee: Due 28 days after classes begin (each semester) $50.00 (per course)
Tuition: Due 28 days after classes begin (each semester) See table below
Work Term Fee: $49.00 (per week)
FALL/WINTER TUITION TECHNOLOGY FEE TOTAL
One Course $230.00 $50.00 $280.00
Two Courses $460.00 $100.00 $560.00
Three Course $690.00 $150.00 $840.00
INTERSESSION TUITION TECHNOLOGY FEE TOTAL
One Course $230.00 $50.00 $280.00
WORK PLACEMENT TUITION TOTAL
Two Weeks $98.00
Six Weeks $294.00
OTHER FEES TOTAL
Deferred Exam (per request) $65.00
Exam Re-read $25.00
Graduation Audit Fee $50.00
Supplementary Exam $25.00

Out of Province (Outside NL)

The fees and charges listed below are applicable to students residing outside Newfoundland and Labrador.

  • Full-time is four or more courses. Part-time is three courses or less. In Intersession, full-time is 2 or more courses and part-time is one course.

Full-time Enrolment Fees

For a breakdown of the complete cost when enrolled in a full-time program, select applicable program below:

Part-Time Enrolment Fees

  • Textbooks and other materials are not included in these fees.
All fees are in Canadian Dollars (CAD) and are non-taxable.
Application Fee: Non-refundable/non-transferable application processing fee $30.00
Registration Fee: Paid annually and is applicable to all programs if enrolled full-time $97.00
Technology Fee: Due 28 days after classes begin (each semester) $100.00 (per course)
Tuition: Due 28 days after classes begin (each semester) See table below
Work Term Fee: $49.00 (per week)
FALL/WINTER TUITION TECHNOLOGY FEE TOTAL
One Course $230.00 $100.00 $330.00
Two Courses $460.00 $200.00 $660.00
Three Course $690.00 $300.00 $990.00
INTERSESSION TUITION TECHNOLOGY FEE TOTAL
One Course $230.00 $100.00 $320.00
WORK PLACEMENT TUITION TOTAL
Two Weeks $98.00
Six Weeks $294.00
OTHER FEES TOTAL
Deferred Exam (per request) $65.00
Exam Re-read $25.00
Graduation Audit Fee $50.00
Supplementary Exam $25.00

International Students

The fees and charges listed below are applicable to all International Students.

  • Full-time is four or more courses. Part-time is three courses or less. In Intersession, full-time is 2 or more courses and part-time is one course.
  • Students will be responsible for payment of exam invigilation services outside of Canada.

Full-time Enrolment Fees

For more information visit the CNA website under International Students.

NOTE: College of the North Atlantic reserves the right to charge international rates post registration if it is determined that the student status is international.

Part-Time Enrolment Fees

  • Textbooks and other materials are not included in these fees.
All fees are in Canadian Dollars (CAD) and are non-taxable.
Application Fee: Non-refundable/non-transferable application processing fee $100.00
Registration Fee: Paid annually and is applicable to all programs if enrolled full-time $97.00
Technology Fee: Due 28 days after classes begin (each semester) $100.00 (per course)
Tuition: Due 28 days after classes begin (each semester) See table below
Work Term Fee: $49.00 (per week)
FALL/WINTER TUITION TECHNOLOGY FEE TOTAL
One Course $825.00 $100.00 $925.00
Two Courses $1,650.00 $200.00 $1,850.00
Three Course $2,475.00 $300.00 $2,775.00
INTERSESSION TUITION TECHNOLOGY FEE TOTAL
One Course $825.00 $100.00 $925.00
WORK PLACEMENT TUITION TOTAL
Two Weeks $440.00
Six Weeks $1,320.00
OTHER FEES TOTAL
Deferred Exam (per request) $65.00
Exam Re-read $25.00
Graduation Audit Fee $50.00
Supplementary Exam $25.00

Regulations Governing Payment

  1. All Student fees must be paid by the date specified in each term. The dates are listed in the Calendar of Events. Students receiving Student Aid must present their notification of Student Aid form at registration. These Students are permitted to have fees outstanding after registration. Upon receipt of the Student Aid, these Students must pay their accounts in full.

  2. Students who have not paid all fees within the time limits given in these regulations may have their registration cancelled by the college.

  3. Students with outstanding accounts will be ineligible for a subsequent term, will not be awarded a diploma or certificate, access to register and will not be issued a certificate of standing (transcript), grade report, or access to on-line grades, until the outstanding account has been paid in full. Students are notified of their account status on a regular basis. It is the Student’s responsibility to address outstanding balances and to correct any problems.

  4. Should the college cancel a program, all tuition and fees paid will be refunded.

  5. Continuous intake Students, registering or withdrawing within a term, will pay a prorated tuition and equipment and materials fee per week.

  6. Senior Citizens, 60 years and older, are required to pay 50% of academic fees.

  7. Distributed Learning (DL): Some Students electing to do courses through DL as part of course load will pay the DL technology fee along with other applicable campus fees.

However, additional tuition and DL technology fees will be charged when a

  1. Student elects to do a DL course over and above their normal term load (requires application to extend normal course load per semester).

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 and not 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 when:

  1. A Student elects to do an on-campus course over and above their normal DL term load (requires application to extend normal course load per semester).

Refunds

Application fees are only refundable if the program does not go ahead and the applicant does not want to transfer the application to another program.

Confirmation fees will be refunded only to individuals who were conditionally accepted and upon receipt of High School marks did not meet the academic entrance requirement to the program. 

Tuition and Equipment/Materials Fees

  1. Term-based (15-weeks)

    A Student who withdraws within the first four weeks of any term will receive a full refund. If the withdrawal takes place within the fifth or sixth week, the refund will be prorated and the Student will be liable for the number of weeks enrolled. No refund will be made after the sixth week of classes.

  2. Intersession (up to 7 weeks)

    A Student who withdraws within the first two weeks of Intersession will receive a full refund. If the withdrawal takes place in the third week, the refund will be prorated and the Student will be liable for the number of weeks enrolled. No refund will be made after the third week of classes.

  3. International Students
    • Application fee and registration fee are non-refundable.
    • In the event a Student has paid tuition fees in advance and he/she is not granted a visa by the Canadian Embassy and cannot attend the college as a result, any tuition paid will be fully refunded.
    • For all other refund situations please see sections i - iv

Financial Credit

Deadline for payment of specified fees is 28 days from registration date. The College may grant credit to Students to cover tuition and/or materials fees only (credit is not available to cover books or residence fees). The College may, from time to time, institute equipment lease/purchase programs for which credit may be granted. Students applying for financial credit must meet with a Student Services Representative for assessment of their request. Credit will not be granted to Students with outstanding fees from prior semesters.

Financial Contract

If financial credit is recommended, the Student must complete a Financial Contract in consultation with a Student Services Representative. The Financial Contract will specify what is covered and for what period of time. The completed Financial Contract must be reviewed and signed by a Campus Administrator or an approved designate. The Student is subject to collection action if the account is not paid.

Students Receiving Student Loans

Students with confirmed Student Loans are eligible for credit. When the student loan is issued, the amount owing will be deducted by the College as specified in the Financial Contract.

Students Receiving External Funding

Students with documentation confirming external funding will be granted credit and are expected to pay their fees once they are in possession of their funding as agreed to In the Financial Contract.

Students Not Receiving Student Loans or External Funding

Students seeking financial credit who do not meet the above criteria will only be granted financial credit in extenuating circumstances and upon written approved by the Campus Administrator.

Financial Appeals

Appeals of a financial assessment should be made in writing to the Director of Finance at P.O Box 5400, Stephenville, NL A2N 2Z6.

Receipts are issued for any financial transactions with the college. Students 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 any decision.