Tuition and funding

Tuition and incidental fees (including co-op) are posted to your Quest account, five weeks before the start of each academic term.

To view your current tuition account balance, complete the steps below.

  1. Login to your Quest account
  2. Select "Finances"
  3. Select "Account Inquiry"
  4. Select the appropriate term (i.e. fall, winter, spring)

To avoid a late fee penalty, be sure to make your full fee arrangement by the published due dates.

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For information relating to account balances, fees deadlines, late fees, income tax receipts and all other finance-related items, contact Student Financial Services in the Office of Finance.

Paying for your education

To support the costs of your education, you can apply for funding opportunities based on your eligibility. 

Scholarships and bursaries

The Student Awards and Financial Aid Office (SAFA) regularly receives a variety of award notices from alumni, external agencies and organizations to support the financial costs of current undergraduate students.

Use the Undergraduate Awards Database to search for award opportunities available to you.

CFM-specific scholarship

CFM students are eligible to apply for the Jim Colvin Scholarship in Computing and Financial Management starting in their third and/or fourth year.

Other funding opportunities

In addition to scholarships and bursaries, there are a number of different ways to fund your academics while at the University for both domestic and international students.


Fore information relating to OSAP, bursaries, scholarships and more, contact Student Awards and Financial Aid in the Centre