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For the purpose of obtaining a refund of tuition fees, applicants are divided into two categories. Please check carefully to see into which category you fit. If you require further details on our policy, do not hesitate to contact us.

Category A

All applicants who are Canadian citizens, have Permit Residence status in Canada, or are present in the country on a Minister’s Permit, are entitled to a full refund of tuition fees (less any applicable administrative fee(s) provided the following conditions are met:

  1. That the College is in receipt of tuition paid by, or on behalf of that applicant for the purpose of subsequently attending credit courses at the College, and;
  2. That the applicant provide the College a minimum two week’s written notification (via facsimile or otherwise) prior to the date he/she was scheduled to commence, resume or continue his/her studies at the College.
    (The date for the purpose of notification is that upon which the College receives the notification).

Postponing Commencement Date: Date: If the applicant wishes to postpone the date on which he/she will commence, resume or continue his/her studies, and complies with the conditions in I & II above, he/she can do so without financial penalty. All tuition paid will be applied to credit courses taken by that applicant in
subsequent semesters. A failure to notify the College of a postponement or decision not to attend within the specified timelines will result in the loss of tuition applicable for that semester. The balance of the tuition paid, however, may be applied to future study or refund.

Category B

All applicants who are by law required to obtain a Study Permit in order to attend a secondary school in Canada, are entitled to a full refund (less any applicable administrative fees) provided the following conditions are met:

  1. The Applicant’s application to obtain a Study Permit has been rejected by a Canadian Embassy or Consulate; and,
  2. The Applicant provides the College with the letter provided issued by the Canadian Embassy or Consulate stating that the Applicant’s application has been rejected;
  3. That the College is in receipt of tuition paid by, or on behalf of that Applicant for the purpose of attending courses at the College.

Postponing Commencement Date: Date: If the applicant wishes to postpone the date on which he/she will commence, resume or continue his/her studies, and provides two weeks written notice in advance of the start data in question, they may do so without penalty. Tuition will be applied to courses taken by that applicant in a subsequent term(s). A failure to notify the College of a postponement or decision not to attend within the specified timelines will result in the loss of tuition applicable for that term. The balance of the tuition paid, however, may be applied to future study but is non-refundable.

The term ‘applicant’ denotes a candidate applying to the College for admission, as well as those who are attending, or have attended the College.