The Board of Governors has final authority on all financial matters. The financial policies will be enforced through Financial Services, under the direction of the Director of Finance and Administration. Notwithstanding any other provision of this calendar, it is expressly understood by all students that Mount Saint Vincent University accepts no responsibility to provide any course of instruction, program or class, residential or other services including the normal range of academic, residential and other services in circumstances of utility interruptions, fire, flood, strikes, work stoppages, labour disputes, war, insurrection, the operation of law or acts of God or any other cause (whether similar or dissimilar to those enumerated) that reasonably prevent their provision.
|Undergraduate courses (excluding BEd at 5000 level, biology, chemistry and physics courses and specific courses with a lab component) ||$643.60 per course|
|Specific undergraduate courses with a lab component ||$671.72 per course|
|BEd (at 5000 level) and biology, chemistry and physics courses ||$678.62 per course|
|BEd courses held at NSCAD (includes materials fee)||$701.80 per course|
|Graduate courses (excluding certain school psychology courses and courses for external cohorts) ||$882.92 per course|
|School psychology (GSPY) courses ||$932.92 per course|
|Co-op work term (excluding Applied Human Nutrition internships) ||$1,287.20 per work term |
|Applied Human Nutrition undergraduate student internships ||$1,327.06 per internship |
|Applied Human Nutrition graduate student internships|| $1,765.84 per internship|
|Auditing students||Half of full rate |
Nova Scotia University Student Bursary Program
For the 2015-16 academic year, all Nova Scotia students (as determined by a definition established by the province) will receive a reduction in their tuition of $128.30 per course. The bursary for other Canadian students will cease as of August 31, 2015. This reduction, which will take the form of a bursary, will be applied using the same guidelines as for tuition. Please check our website for more detailed information about the Nova Scotia University Student Bursary Program .
Supplemental Course Fees
Certain courses have extra fees associated with them. Occasionally, lab manuals and materials are prepared by the instructor for use in a course in lieu of an externally prepared text, and there is a fee for those materials.Practica
Students participating in practica will be charged on the basis of the credit value of each practica. If the practica carries no credit value, the practica will be charged at the rate of one-half unit for each practica. Distance Education Administration Fee
Per course (half unit) $ 98.34
The Distance Education administration fee is on top of the regular course fee and applies to most distance-learning courses. Other fees may be assessed for textbooks, course materials and course media. Please note that certain external (off-campus) courses and international courses have specialized fees. International Student Differential
International visa students $638.36/course in addition to regular tuition fees.
|Confirmation deposit, first-year (excluding BEd)||$100 pay now|
|Confirmation deposit, first-year BEd||$300 pay now|
|Confirmation deposit, International students||$275 pay now|
|Technology fee||$5 per course|
|Athletics recreation fee||$5 per course|
|Students’ Union fee ||$19.61 per course|
|Students’ Union orientation fee ||$35 for each new full-time student - assessed in fall term only|
|Students’ Union capital campaign fee||$3 per course|
|Refugee Student Program fee||$1.62 per course|
|U-PASS fee||$150/ full-time student|
|Students’ Union health-plan fee for 12 months ||$261.50 single|
|Students’ Union dental-plan fee for 12 months||$150.50 single|
|(All full-time on-campus undergraduate students are automatically enrolled in the plans in the fall term but may opt out up to and including September 30, 2015. Family coverage is available to be purchased through the Students’ Union. Click here for more information about the Students’ Union Health and Dental Plan.) |
|Students' Union health-plan fee for qualifying students - winter only ||$TBC single|
|Students' Union dental-plan fee for qualifying students - winter only ||$TBC single|
|Students who only qualify for the Students' Union health and/or dental plan in the winter term may join the plan by contacting the Health Plan Administrator at 457- 6532|
|International student health plan ||$618.00 single (12 months)|
|(See policy section for restrictions on opt outs)||Family coverage is available through Financial Services|
Room and Board Fees
|Birches 1–4||$9,100* |
|Birch 5||$5,630 plus $832.96 in flex cash for food services|
|Westwood (dorm style)||$9,870*|
* includes $3,697 "all you care to eat" meal plan
|Westwood, per occupant|
$6,474 plus $832.96 in flex cash for food services
Note: Several additional options of meal plans are avaliable through the Housing Office.
|Lost meal cards replaced||$5|
|Residence deposit||$500 pay now|
Commuter Meal Plans
Non-residence Students - A variety of meal plan options may be purchased by non-boarding students.
|Application fee, graduate programs||$50 pay now|
|Application fee, BEd||$40 pay now|
|Application fee, all other programs|
$30 pay now
Increases to $40 on Sept 1, 2015.
|Challenge examinations fee (must be paid before taking the exam)||Half of full rate for course challenged |
|Prior learning assessment fee|
Half of full rate for course assessed
|Stage two re-read fee, payable prior to re-read non-refundable||$25|
|Late Payment Fee||$50 per term|
|Technology Service Reinstatement Fee||$25 |
|Application to Graduate fee||$65 pay now|
Transcript Delivery Fees
Transcripts will be issued within three working days of receipt of request (not including the day of receipt), except at the end of each term when five or more working days may be required. Regular delivery is by Canada Post (first class) or personal pick up from the Registrar’s Office. Delivery Charges
Official and unofficial transcripts are provided without charge except when certain delivery methods are requested. Please see below for details.
Delivery by Canada Post (first class) will be provided without charge.
Delivery by courier or expedited service will be at cost.
|Local fax||No charge|
|Atlantic provinces ||$10 per destination|
|Rest of Canada ||$15 per destination|
|U.S., Bermuda, Caribbean ||$25 per destination|
When fax is chosen, a hard copy will be sent at no extra charge by regular Canada Post as long as an address is included.
Students are responsible to ensure that transcripts sent by fax are acceptable by the recipient.
Students are responsible to supply the exact delivery address or fax number when requesting these delivery modes.
Students requesting delivery by expedited, courier or fax service must provide payment (cash, cheque, VISA, MasterCard, debit) at the time of the request.