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Part-Time Tuition

Part-Time Tuition Fees

3 Students studying at a table on the second floor of the library, bird's-eye angleFees for the 2017-2018 Academic Year are available on the Financial Services webpage.  Tuition levels are determined by the year a student first registered at Trent University. During July 2017, students will be required to log into their myTrent account and complete their Fee Calculator found in myAccount. Full fees or first instalment will be due August 14, 2017.

These fees exclude housing/meal charges for students accepted into residence. Residence fees, meal plans, books and special course related fees are in addition to the registration fees. Instructors will advise students during class of additional course fees for field trips or supplementary material, etc.

Definitions

  • Full Time Peterborough student
    Students registered in 3.5 or more credits at any time between September 2017 to January 2018 are charged full-time tuition.
  • Full Time Durham Student- are billed per credit by location
    Students registering in 3.5 or more credits at any time between September 2017 to January 2018 with 50% or more of the credits to be taken in Durham are billed per credit by location.
  • Part Time Student - Peterborough or Durham - are billed per credit by location
    Students registered in 3.0 or fewer credits at all times between September 2017 and January 2018

IMPORTANT - Students must plan their registration activity carefully!

If a part-time student increases their course load to more than 3.0 credits after September 24, 2017 (including adding January 2018 registrations), you are considered a full-time student. Part-time fees will be reversed and full-time Peterborough fees will be become payable.

Financial appeals will not be considered from any student to be reverted back to part time fees.

It is the student's responsibility to be familiar with the academic calendar relating to financial and academic matters and penalties.