Financial Information


2017 Summer Session Tuition Fees


 {scroll down for Refund and Financial Aid information}

 

DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL STUDENT FEES 2017

Payment for courses is due by upon registration; conjoint students check ACORN for your invoice.  Non-conjoint students will be sent invoices.

TST has retained the services of the University of Toronto’s Student Accounts to process student fees. 


Fee Schedules:
Students in conjoint programs; degrees awarded by both University of Toronto and a TST Member College (MAMS, MDiv, MPS, MRE, MSMus, MTS, DMin, ThD, ThM and PhD [from September 2015 entry]), can find information relating to tuition and non-academic fees and specific information on tuition and additional non-academic fees relating to their program of study and college of registration using the links below.

Conjoint Program Student Fees:

St. Augustine's Seminary - Domestic Students (Conjoint)
St. Augustine's Seminary - International Students (Conjoint)

Students in non-conjoint programs; diploma and certificate programs, PhD (non-conjoint), MA, and special students should refer to the non-conjoint tables using the link below related to their college of registration.  

Non-Conjoint Program Student Fees:

St. Augustine's Seminary - Domestic Students (Non-conjoint)
St. Augustine's Seminary - International Students (Non-conjoint)

Students studying on letters of permission or who are not sure of whether they are considered to be in a conjoint or non-conjoint program should contact the Registrar at the college of their registration.

Fees Not Handled By ACORN/ROSI

Please click on How to Pay Fees for detailed payment information.

Service Charges
Monthly Service Charge Rate:
 1.5% per month compounded (19.56% per annum)

Please do not remit payment to St. Augustine’s Seminary.   Payments at a bank machine or by telephone or on-line banking do not require a paper invoice.  Monthly email notices are sent if your account has a balance. This email notice will be sent using the University’s UTmail+ email service; please ensure that you activate your UTmail+ email address. 

PLEASE NOTE: Non-receipt of an invoice does not exempt the student from meeting his/her financial obligations.

The Senior Bursary:  St. Augustine's Seminary will discount Seniors [age 65 or over] 50% of the tuition amount of their invoice.  The amount will be entered onto your account as an award and your account will be adjusted accordingly. 

Students who enrol in courses agree by virtue of that enrolment to abide by all of the academic and non-academic policies, rules and regulations of the University and of his or her academic division, as set out in the divisional calendar, and confirm responsibility for payment of associated fees, and agree to ensure that the accuracy of personal information such as the current mailing address, telephone number, and utoronto.ca email address is maintained. 

A student's registration is not complete until he or she has paid tuition and incidental fees, or has made appropriate arrangements to pay.  Students who defer fee payment or whose payment is deferred pending receipt of OSAP or other awards, acknowledge that they continue to be responsible for payment of all charges, including any service charges that may be assessed.  

REFUND SCHEDULE  

The refund deadlines determine the amount of refund you will receive when you drop a course. These deadlines are not the same as the academic drop deadlines which are available on the Academic Calendar.

2016-2017 Refund Schedule


Different Types of Fees

Academic Fees

Program (which is not applicable to St. Augustine's): Fees are assessed as a flat rate amount; there may be a full-time and/or part-time rate.

Course: Fees are assessed on a course by course basis. When a course is added, the course fee is charged immediately regardless, of when the course begins. When a course is canceled, the course fee is reversed in accordance with the Refund Schedule applicable to the student's program.

Minimum Charge: A minimum charge of $263.00 will be charged to students who cancel their registration in the Fall-Winter session on or after the published date for the first day of classes in accordance with the Refund Schedule applicable to the student's program.

Incidental FeesCompulsory fees for campus and student services (societies).

System Access Fee: Fee for access to the Student Web Service (SWS/ROSI) - currently $50.00 paid once in an academic year.

Ancillary Fees: Fees relating to enrolment in a specific course or program or for individual circumstances.

University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP): UHIP is compulsory for all international students as well as recent permanent residents and returning Canadian citizens who are in their 3 month OHIP waiting period. International students who have been exempted from UHIP must request this exemption every year at the UHIP office. Incoming student to non-conjoint programs should see the registrar of their college of registration.

Fees Invoice and Payment

St. Augustine's/TST has retained the services of the University of Toronto’s Student Accounts to process student fees for all students whether they are in a conjoint or non-conjoint program.  For academic purposes, TST operates on a trimester system:

  1. Fall semester (September to December)
  2. Winter semester (January to April)
  3. Summer semester (May to August)

Students have the option to pay fees:

  • On a sessional basis (both Fall and Winter together) by the Fall term fee payment deadline, or
  • By term ( separate Fall and Winter term payments) as per the new fee payment and monthly service charge billing schedules that can be viewed at www.fees.utoronto.ca, by clicking on the "Guide to Reading Your Invoice and Invoice FAQs" link on the online invoice.

You will still see fees that are billed on a sessional basis, i.e. the invoice total is a single amount for a full session, but you have the option of paying by term as indicated above.

The two sessions are:

  1. Fall-Winter session (September to April): The Fall-Winter session invoice summarizes both the Fall (September to December) term & Winter (January to April) term fees.
  2. Summer session (May to August): The Summer session invoice summarizes the Summer session fees.

No Change to Payment to Register Deadlines: Students register for the Fall-Winter session by paying the Minimum Required Payment Amount that is displayed on the invoice or by getting a tuition deferral (to register without payment) by the divisional registration deadline. This deadline can be viewed by clicking the "Minimum Payment to Register Deadlines" link on the ACORN or ROSI dashboard.

New Deadlines for Post-Registration payment of Full Fall Term Tuition & Non-Tuition Fees: Payment for the unpaid balance of Fall term fees is due by Sept 30th. In the case of unpaid Fall term balances, monthly service charges are billed to the student starting October 15th and are billed until full payment has been made or the unpaid account has been transferred to an external collections agency. This includes students with an OSAP or Other Gov’t loan deferral and students who have no deferral.

Exception: The payment deadline for students with a scholarship, award, graduate funding, sponsorship deferral, or approved tuition waiver for the Fall-Winter session is April 30th of the following year, and monthly service charge fees are billed to the student starting on May 15th of the following year.

New Deadlines for Post-Registration payment of Full Winter Term Tuition & Non-Tuition Fees: Payment for the unpaid balance of Winter term fees is due by November 30th. In the case of unpaid Winter term balances, monthly service charges are billed to the student starting December 15th and are billed until full payment has been made or the unpaid account has been transferred to an external collections agency.

Exceptions:

  1. The payment deadline for students with an OSAP or Gov’t loan deferral for Winter term fees is January 31st, and monthly service charge fees are billed to the student starting on February 15th.
  2. The payment deadline for students with a scholarship, award, graduate funding, or sponsorship deferral, or approved tuition waiver for the Fall-Winter session is April 30th of the following year, and monthly service charge fees are billed to the student starting on May 15th of the following year.

 

FINANCIAL AID

Ontario Student Assistance Program [OSAP] https://osap.gov.on.ca/OSAPPortal: please go to the website for details and application information.
Scholarship and bursary information is available on the Toronto School of Theology website:
http://www.tst.edu/academic/scholarships-and-bursaries .

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