Below is a listing of the fees that are required for the 2020-2021 academic year. It does not include books (estimated at $300 to $600 per term) or personal items. Fees for the 2020-2021 academic year can be found in the Academic Calendar.

Full-Time Tuition

Tuition Domestic Undergrad International and B.Ed.
Per credit $326.66 $566.50
Full course (3 credits) $979.98 $1,699.50
Full year (10 courses) $9,799.80 $16,995.00

Housing and Meal Plan

Full Year Per Term
Housing $6,496 $3,248
Food Plan Bronze – $2,474
Silver – $2,674
Gold – $2,874
Bronze – $1,237
Silver – $1,337
Gold – $1,437

Student Fees

Redeemer Student Fee (per course) $25.44
Ombudsman Fee (per course) $0.42
Student Senate Fee (per course) $18.00
Transit Fee (winter only) $96.87

The Redeemer Student Fee covers the following areas: Student Life and Orientation, Athletics and Intramurals, and Information Technology and Library services.

Materials Fees

Students enrolled in courses that use the supplies and equipment of Redeemer’s lab, studio and production spaces are assessed per course. Here is the list of courses that have materials fees.

Tuition for Private Music Lessons

Music lessons are to be approved by and arranged with the Music Department. Additional tuition for private lessons will be assessed per term for the 2019-20 academic year as follows:

Length of Lesson    Cost Credits
Primary Instrument 40 minutes/week $505 0.75
Secondary Instrument 30 minutes/week $755 0.75

Co-operative Education Program Fees

Program Application Fee $100
Co-op/Career Preparation Course Fee $600
First Co-op Program Fee $800
Second Co-op Program Fee $800



On your statement, you will see different deposits listed. Information on each deposit is listed below:

Enrolment  Deposit ($250) For incoming students only.

This increases to $400 after the May 31 deadline. It is fully refundable until June 15. For on-campus students, $150 will be used as a damage deposit and $100 will be credited to the winter term. For off-campus students, it is credited towards tuition in the winter term.

Housing Deposit ($400) For returning students only.

Accompanies your application for residence housing.  No room assignment can be made until it is received. $300 of the $400 deposit is refundable until June 15. $250 is credited to the winter term (or forfeited if the student does not return for the winter term) and $150 is registered as the damage deposit. The $150 damage deposit is refundable if no damage is incurred during the year. After the completion of the year, an assessment will be made and any refunds will be forwarded by mail.

Key Deposit ($50/key) Key deposits are included on your fall statement. The mailbox key deposit is $50 and the residence key deposit is $50 if applicable. You will receive this deposit back in May after it has been confirmed that your keys have been returned.

For a more detailed listing of tuition and fees, see pages 21-23 of the Academic Calendar.