International and domestic tuition and ancillary fees vary by program and are listed on individual program pages.
Log in to the myCampus student portal. Click on My Student Centre from the left hand navigation menu. Scroll down the page and click on the Fee Notification/Account Info link. Select the Fee Notification button for the correct term to display your fee information in a PDF format. Be sure that you have pop up blockers disabled.
The following is the approximate breakdown on the cost of living for a month, this is to be used for budget purposes only and amounts quoted are averages.
|Shared Accommodation (including heat, hydro and water):
|$800/month and up
|$50 - $120 /month
|$187 - $500 /month
|$100 or more /month
|Text books, supplies and instruments:
|$0 - $1200 /term (see program pages for more information)
Note: Find your housing early for the best rates. Campus Residences have a deadline for application.
As an international student in Canada, you are responsible for all medical expenses incurred during your stay in Fleming College and in Canada. A short stay in the hospital can mean thousands of dollars in medical bills and ruin forever your dreams of continuing with your education in Canada.
All international students must have adequate medical coverage during their stay in Canada. Students studying at Fleming College will be insured through Morcare Insurance. Cost of insurance will be approximately $709 for an academic year (September to August), with prorated fees applied to students who enter at different intakes.
You can find Fleming’s Withdrawal Policy and Refund Policy as well as all related forms on the Withdrawals and Refunds page.
Please refer to the academic schedule for a detailed summary of all key dates.
Other payment details: