Pricing and costing, refund schedule glossary
Application fee: The intent of the application fee is to cover the administrative costs of processing an application form for a student in a specific program regardless of geographic location. It is a one-time fee per program per academic year.
Audit: A student takes a credit course with all associated fees payable and may access the instructor for questions but does not participate in any evaluation of work and receives no grade for the course.
Continuing student: a student who is undertaking studies in two or more consecutive program years. If there is a break of an academic year or more before studies continue, the student will be assessed the application fee once again.
Foreign Credential Recognition Assessment: This is a process by which a potential international student or a domestic student with a foreign transcript submits secondary and/or post-secondary transcripts from his or her home country to be assessed in comparison to Saskatchewan secondary and/or post-secondary standards. May be completed by a post-secondary institution with this capacity, or by an external service such as IQAS (International Qualification Assessment Service).
Late fee: An administrative fee charged when the fees owing by the student are not paid before his or her program begins.
Printing and technology fee: The fee covers the cost of print services and materials. The technology portion covers the cost of providing mobile and other types of connectivity on- and off-campus to access program and course learning materials.
Program fees: May include Printing Fee, Lab Fees, Power Engineering Exam Sitting Fees (if applicable), Brokering Institution fees
Restocking fee: A charge levied to return unsold student textbooks to the originator’s inventory.
Tuition deposit: The intent of the tuition deposit is to secure a seat in a specific full-time program (regardless of program location) in a specific program year. The tuition deposit is included in the total tuition paid.