Refund Tables

Note: if you are a new international student and you’ve received a study permit refusal, you may be eligible for the New International Students Tuition Refund Process.
Summer 2021

Summer 2021 Refund Tables

All Undergraduate Programs (except students in School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design / York Bachelor of Design (BDES)

Term Last day for full refund 10% Course Fee Withheld2 20% Course Fee Withheld2 60% Course Fee Withheld2 No refunds from this date onward
B April 26 April 27-May 3 May 4-10 May 11-17 May 18
C1 May 9 May 10-16 May 17-23 N/A May 24
C2 June 23 June 24-30 July 1-July 7 N/A July 8
C4 May 9 May 10-16 May 17-23 May 24-30 May 31
D2 July 11 July 12-18 N/A N/A July 19
I1 May 16 N/A N/A N/A May 17
I2 June 7 N/A N/A N/A June 8
I3 June 28 N/A N/A N/A June 29
J1 May 16 May 17-23 N/A N/A May 24
J2 June 14 June 15-21 N/A N/A June 22
J3 June 14 June 15-21 June 22-28 N/A June 29
L1 May 5 May 6-12 N/A N/A May 13
L2 June 1 N/A N/A N/A June 2
LS May 3 N/A N/A N/A May 4
O1 May 7 May 8-14 N/A N/A May 15
S1 May 16 May 17-23 May 24-30 N/A May 31
S2 July 4 July 5-11 July 12-18 N/A July 19
S3 May 16 May 17-23 May 24-30 May 31 - June 6 June 7
SF May 16 May 17-23 May 24-30 May 31 - June 6 June 7
SU May 16 May 17-23 May 24-30 May 31 - June 6 June 7

School of Arts, Media, Performance and Design / York Bachelor of Design (BDES)

As part of your program fee for the Fall/Winter 2020-2021 session, you can take up to 36 credits between September 1, 2020 and August 31, 2021.

Notes

  1. Credits are applied against any amount owing on your account. Refunds are issued only when all charges outstanding on your account have been cleared.
  2. Fee withheld refers to the amount of fees retained by the University when you drop a course during the specified time frame. You are responsible for this amount, whether or not the fees have been paid.

Do not confuse the academic withdrawal/drop dates with the refund table dates as they are different.

Dropping or changing courses may cost money. Note that you can exchange a course you are in for a different course. Using the feature to exchange a course performs the course add and course drop for you in one step. If you are not able to get into the second course successfully, e.g. it is full, you will still remain enrolled in the first course. If you are successful, the first course will be dropped. Because a successful exchange performs a course drop, exchanging a course may have a financial impact. Please refer to the table above for the term in which you have enrolled to see what the financial impact will be.

Associated Course Fees: Additional fees for course materials, lab fees etc. may be charged in individual courses. Visit the York University Courses website or the appropriate academic department or unit for information about such fees.

Summer 2021 Refund Tables

Graduate Programs

All graduate programs offering summer courses (except those at Schulich School of Business)

Term Full Credit 20% Program Fee Withheld 60% Program Fee Withheld No Credit
Summer May 31 June 1-15 June 16-30 July 1

If you enrol in courses for the Summer 2021 session and later decide not to continue in these courses, please be sure to drop the courses through the Registration and Enrolment Module (REM) as early as possible to free up space for other students who may be waiting to add those particular courses for the summer.

Schulich School of Business

Term Full Credit 10% Program Fee Withheld 20% Program Fee Withheld 60% Program Fee Withheld No Credit
Summer May 9 May 10-16 May 17-23 May 24-30 May 31

Term Withdrawal

Fee refunds/credit calculations are based on complete withdrawal from a term, not withdrawal from individual courses. All program fees are calculated according to a student's full-time or part-time enrolment status in a particular program; fees are not calculated on a per-course basis.

Note: This does not apply for students enrolled in MACC/DIAC programs.

Fall/Winter 2021-2022
Undergraduate:
Graduate:

Faculty of Education

Term Full Refund
(Up to and including)
10% Course Fee Withheld2 20% Course Fee Withheld2 60% Course Fee Withheld2 No Refund
(Onward)
F Up to and including Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6 onward
Y Up to and including Sep. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6 onward
W Up to and including Jan. 16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7 onward
FA Up to and including Sep. 7 N/A N/A N/A N/A
FB Up to and including Oct. 26 N/A N/A N/A N/A
FC Up to and including Nov. 28 N/A N/A N/A N/A
FW Up to and including Aug. 29 N/A N/A N/A N/A
WA Up to and including Jan. 9 N/A N/A N/A N/A
WB Up to and including Feb. 27 N/A N/A N/A N/A
WC Up to and including March 31 N/A N/A N/A N/A
WP Up to and including Jan. 9 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Notes

  1. Credits are applied against any amount owing on your account. Refunds are issued only when all charges outstanding on your account have been cleared.
  2. Fee withheld refers to the amount of fees retained by the University when you drop a course during the specified time frame. You are responsible for this amount, whether or not the fees have been paid.

Do not confuse the academic withdrawal/drop dates with the refund table dates as they are different.

Dropping or changing courses may cost money. Note that you can exchange a course you are in for a different course. Using the feature to exchange a course performs the course add and course drop for you in one step. If you are not able to get into the second course successfully, e.g. it is full, you will still remain enrolled in the first course. If you are successful, the first course will be dropped. Because a successful exchange performs a course drop, exchanging a course may have a financial impact. Please refer to the table above for the term in which you have enrolled to see what the financial impact will be.

Associated Course Fees: Additional fees for course materials, lab fees etc. may be charged in individual courses. Visit the York University Courses website or the appropriate academic department or unit for information about such fees.

All Faculties except the Faculty of Education, the Osgoode Hall Law School and the School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design (BDes - York Program in Design)

Term
Code
Full Refund
(Up to and
including)
10%
Course Fee
Withheld
20%
Course Fee
Withheld
60%
Course Fee
Withheld
No Refund
(Onward)
F Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
Y Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
W Jan. 16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7
WL Jan. 30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7-13 Feb. 14-20 Feb. 21
WS Jan. 16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7

Notes

  1. Credits are applied against any amount owing on your account. Refunds are issued only when all charges outstanding on your account have been cleared.
  2. Fee withheld refers to the amount of fees retained by the University when you drop a course during the specified time frame. You are responsible for this amount, whether or not the fees have been paid.

Do not confuse the academic withdrawal/drop dates with the refund table dates as they are different.

Dropping or changing courses may cost money. Note that you can exchange a course you are in for a different course. Using the feature to exchange a course performs the course add and course drop for you in one step. If you are not able to get into the second course successfully, e.g. it is full, you will still remain enrolled in the first course. If you are successful, the first course will be dropped. Because a successful exchange performs a course drop, exchanging a course may have a financial impact. Please refer to the table above for the term in which you have enrolled to see what the financial impact will be.

Associated Course Fees: Additional fees for course materials, lab fees etc. may be charged in individual courses. Visit the York University Courses website or the appropriate academic department or unit for information about such fees.

Faculty of Health

Term
Code
Full Refund
(Up to and
including)
10%
Course Fee
Withheld
20%
Course Fee
Withheld
60%
Course Fee
Withheld
No Refund
(Onward)
F Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
Y Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
W Jan. 16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7

Notes

  1. Credits are applied against any amount owing on your account. Refunds are issued only when all charges outstanding on your account have been cleared.
  2. Fee withheld refers to the amount of fees retained by the University when you drop a course during the specified time frame. You are responsible for this amount, whether or not the fees have been paid.

Do not confuse the academic withdrawal/drop dates with the refund table dates as they are different.

Dropping or changing courses may cost money. Note that you can exchange a course you are in for a different course. Using the feature to exchange a course performs the course add and course drop for you in one step. If you are not able to get into the second course successfully, e.g. it is full, you will still remain enrolled in the first course. If you are successful, the first course will be dropped. Because a successful exchange performs a course drop, exchanging a course may have a financial impact. Please refer to the table above for the term in which you have enrolled to see what the financial impact will be.

Associated Course Fees: Additional fees for course materials, lab fees etc. may be charged in individual courses. Visit the York University Courses website or the appropriate academic department or unit for information about such fees.

Faculty of Science

Term
Code
Full Refund
(Up to and
including)
10%
Course Fee
Withheld
20%
Course Fee
Withheld
60%
Course Fee
Withheld
No Refund
(Onward)
F Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
Y Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
W Jan. 16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7
WS Jan. 16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7

Notes

  1. Credits are applied against any amount owing on your account. Refunds are issued only when all charges outstanding on your account have been cleared.
  2. Fee withheld refers to the amount of fees retained by the University when you drop a course during the specified time frame. You are responsible for this amount, whether or not the fees have been paid.

Do not confuse the academic withdrawal/drop dates with the refund table dates as they are different.

Dropping or changing courses may cost money. Note that you can exchange a course you are in for a different course. Using the feature to exchange a course performs the course add and course drop for you in one step. If you are not able to get into the second course successfully, e.g. it is full, you will still remain enrolled in the first course. If you are successful, the first course will be dropped. Because a successful exchange performs a course drop, exchanging a course may have a financial impact. Please refer to the table above for the term in which you have enrolled to see what the financial impact will be.

Associated Course Fees: Additional fees for course materials, lab fees etc. may be charged in individual courses. Visit the York University Courses website or the appropriate academic department or unit for information about such fees.

Glendon College

Term
Code
Full Refund
(Up to and
including)
10%
Course Fee
Withheld
20%
Course Fee
Withheld
60%
Course Fee
Withheld
No Refund
(Onward)
F Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
Y Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
W Jan. 16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7
WS Jan. 16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7

Notes

  1. Credits are applied against any amount owing on your account. Refunds are issued only when all charges outstanding on your account have been cleared.
  2. Fee withheld refers to the amount of fees retained by the University when you drop a course during the specified time frame. You are responsible for this amount, whether or not the fees have been paid.

Do not confuse the academic withdrawal/drop dates with the refund table dates as they are different.

Dropping or changing courses may cost money. Note that you can exchange a course you are in for a different course. Using the feature to exchange a course performs the course add and course drop for you in one step. If you are not able to get into the second course successfully, e.g. it is full, you will still remain enrolled in the first course. If you are successful, the first course will be dropped. Because a successful exchange performs a course drop, exchanging a course may have a financial impact. Please refer to the table above for the term in which you have enrolled to see what the financial impact will be.

Associated Course Fees: Additional fees for course materials, lab fees etc. may be charged in individual courses. Visit the York University Courses website or the appropriate academic department or unit for information about such fees.

Lassonde School of Engineering

Term
Code
Full Refund
(Up to and
including)
10%
Course Fee
Withheld
20%
Course Fee
Withheld
60%
Course Fee
Withheld
No Refund
(Onward)
F Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
Y Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
W Jan. 16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7
WS Jan. 16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7

Notes

  1. Credits are applied against any amount owing on your account. Refunds are issued only when all charges outstanding on your account have been cleared.
  2. Fee withheld refers to the amount of fees retained by the University when you drop a course during the specified time frame. You are responsible for this amount, whether or not the fees have been paid.

Do not confuse the academic withdrawal/drop dates with the refund table dates as they are different.

Dropping or changing courses may cost money. Note that you can exchange a course you are in for a different course. Using the feature to exchange a course performs the course add and course drop for you in one step. If you are not able to get into the second course successfully, e.g. it is full, you will still remain enrolled in the first course. If you are successful, the first course will be dropped. Because a successful exchange performs a course drop, exchanging a course may have a financial impact. Please refer to the table above for the term in which you have enrolled to see what the financial impact will be.

Associated Course Fees: Additional fees for course materials, lab fees etc. may be charged in individual courses. Visit the York University Courses website or the appropriate academic department or unit for information about such fees.

Liberal Arts & Professional Studies

Term
Code
Full Refund
(Up to and
including)
10%
Course Fee
Withheld
20%
Course Fee
Withheld
60%
Course Fee
Withheld
No Refund
(Onward)
F Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
Y Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
W Jan. 16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7
WS Jan. 16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7

Notes

  1. Credits are applied against any amount owing on your account. Refunds are issued only when all charges outstanding on your account have been cleared.
  2. Fee withheld refers to the amount of fees retained by the University when you drop a course during the specified time frame. You are responsible for this amount, whether or not the fees have been paid.

Do not confuse the academic withdrawal/drop dates with the refund table dates as they are different.

Dropping or changing courses may cost money. Note that you can exchange a course you are in for a different course. Using the feature to exchange a course performs the course add and course drop for you in one step. If you are not able to get into the second course successfully, e.g. it is full, you will still remain enrolled in the first course. If you are successful, the first course will be dropped. Because a successful exchange performs a course drop, exchanging a course may have a financial impact. Please refer to the table above for the term in which you have enrolled to see what the financial impact will be.

Associated Course Fees: Additional fees for course materials, lab fees etc. may be charged in individual courses. Visit the York University Courses website or the appropriate academic department or unit for information about such fees.

Osgoode Hall Law School

Term Full Refund
(Up to and including)
10% Program Fee Withheld 20% Program Fee Withheld 60% Program Fee Withheld No Refund
(Onward)
Fall Sept. 13 Sept. 14-17 Sept. 18-24 Sept. 25 - Oct. 1 Oct. 2
Winter Jan. 18 Jan. 19-25 Jan. 26 - Feb. 1 Feb. 2-8 Feb. 9

Note

  1. Every course in which you enrol in has a "term code" associated with it. If you are considering dropping a course, ensure you are aware of the term in which it occurs so that you understand the financial consequences of dropping the course.

School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design

Term
Code
Full Refund
(Up to and
including)
10%
Course Fee
Withheld
20%
Course Fee
Withheld
60%
Course Fee
Withheld
No Refund
(Onward)
F Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
Y Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
W Jan. 16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7
WS Jan. 16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7

Notes

  1. Credits are applied against any amount owing on your account. Refunds are issued only when all charges outstanding on your account have been cleared.
  2. Fee withheld refers to the amount of fees retained by the University when you drop a course during the specified time frame. You are responsible for this amount, whether or not the fees have been paid.

Do not confuse the academic withdrawal/drop dates with the refund table dates as they are different.

Dropping or changing courses may cost money. Note that you can exchange a course you are in for a different course. Using the feature to exchange a course performs the course add and course drop for you in one step. If you are not able to get into the second course successfully, e.g. it is full, you will still remain enrolled in the first course. If you are successful, the first course will be dropped. Because a successful exchange performs a course drop, exchanging a course may have a financial impact. Please refer to the table above for the term in which you have enrolled to see what the financial impact will be.

Associated Course Fees: Additional fees for course materials, lab fees etc. may be charged in individual courses. Visit the York University Courses website or the appropriate academic department or unit for information about such fees.

School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design / York Bachelor of Design (BDes)

Dates Percentage Withheld
Up to and including Sept. 14 0% (Full Refund)
Sept. 15 to 21 5%
Sept. 22 to 28 10%
Sept. 29 to Oct. 5 15%
Oct. 6 to Oct. 12 35%
Oct. 13 to Jan. 9 50%
Jan. 10 to 16 55%
Jan. 17 to 23 60%
Jan. 24 to 30 65%
Jan. 31 to Feb. 6 85%
Feb. 7 onward 100% (No Refund)

Program Withdrawal

To officially withdraw from the program, you must drop all of your courses through the Registration and Enrolment Module (REM). Not attending classes does not automatically withdraw you from a course and does not release you from the financial responsibility for that course. Neglecting to drop courses which you are not attending may have serious implications both financially and academically.

Notes

  1. When you drop all your courses through the Registration and Enrolment Module (REM) you will receive a credit to your student account, as outlined in the table above.
  2. Please notify the Department of Design at ysdn@yorku.ca that you have withdrawn from the program.

Schulich School of Business

Term Full Refund
(Up to and including)
10% Program Fee Withheld 20% Program Fee Withheld 60% Program Fee Withheld No Refund
(Onward)
F Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
Y Sept. 14 Sept. 15-21 Sept. 22-28 Sept. 29 - Oct. 5 Oct. 6
W Jan. 16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31 - Feb. 6 Feb. 7

Notes

  1. Credits are applied against any amount owing on your account. Refunds are issued only when all charges outstanding on your account have been cleared.
  2. Fee withheld refers to the amount of fees retained by the University when you drop a course during the specified time frame. You are responsible for this amount, whether or not the fees have been paid.

Do not confuse the academic withdrawal/drop dates with the refund table dates as they are different.

Dropping or changing courses may cost money. Note that you can exchange a course you are in for a different course. Using the feature to exchange a course performs the course add and course drop for you in one step. If you are not able to get into the second course successfully, e.g. it is full, you will still remain enrolled in the first course. If you are successful, the first course will be dropped. Because a successful exchange performs a course drop, exchanging a course may have a financial impact. Please refer to the table above for the term in which you have enrolled to see what the financial impact will be.

Associated Course Fees: Additional fees for course materials, lab fees etc. may be charged in individual courses. Visit the York University Courses website or the appropriate academic department or unit for information about such fees.

All graduate programs except those at Schulich School of Business

Term Full Refund
(Up to and including)
20% Program Fee Withheld 60% Program Fee Withheld No Refund
(Onward)
Fall Sept. 30 Oct. 1 - 15 Oct. 16 - 31 Nov. 1
Winter Jan. 31 Feb. 1 - 15 Feb. 16 - 28 Mar. 1

Term Withdrawal

Fee refunds/credit calculations are based on complete withdrawal from a term, not withdrawal from individual courses and according to a student's full-time or part-time enrolment status in a program.

Schulich School of Business graduate programs

Term Full Refund
(Up to and including)
10% Program Fee Withheld 20% Program Fee Withheld 60% Program Fee Withheld No Refund
(Onward)
Fall Sept. 12 Sept. 13-19 Sept. 20-26 Sept. 27 - Oct. 3 Oct. 4
Winter Jan. 9 Jan. 10-16 Jan. 17-23 Jan. 24-30 Jan. 31

Term Withdrawal

Fee refunds/credit calculations are based on complete withdrawal from a term, not withdrawal from individual courses and according to a student's full-time or part-time enrolment status in a program.