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Accommodation and living expenses

Additional expenses may include:

  • accommodation costs, food, bills, and entertainment
  • text books
  • fee for accommodation and meals during residential school (for distance education students). These charges will be advised with the general residential school information provided by Student Services each session.
  • Specific course requirements such as protective clothing, materials and computing programs. Refer to the course information.

2016 University fees and charges

As a student, you may need to pay additional fees or charges such as:

  • Late fees - full fee paying students, enrolment application amendments or acceptances.
  • Fees for Reviews of Decision where a student wishes to have a grade reviewed.
  • Fees for documents and items such as transcript of academic record, or replacement ID cards.
  • Other fees such as deferment of enrolment, additional assessment, misconduct fine.
  • Library fees for special library loans, database searches, and professional library staff assistance.
  • Fines- overdue items, or to replace missing or damaged items.
  • Photocopying/printing.
  • Freedom of Information (FOI) and Privacy fees.
  • CSU Ontario School of Education , Schedule of University fees & charges.
Tuition Fee-Paying Students
Late payment of tuition fees (per subject) International Onshore $100
Deferred payment fee (when an extension of time to pay is granted) $50
Late Fees - All Students
Late addition to enrolment (per subject) $50
  Maximum per session $100
Late amendment to enrolment after the census date for the session (per subject) $100
Late re-enrolment $100
Late application for a grade pending or supplementary examination $50
Late application for a review of grade (per subject) non refundable $50
Late application for graduation $50
Late change to examination centre $50
Fees for Reviews of Decision
Review of fail grade - where student wishes to have fail grade reviewed N/C $0
Review of grades – (refundable if upheld) $100
Review of summative task – where student wishes to have fail grade reviewed $0
Review of summative task – where student wishes to have passing grade for specific task reviewed (payment to be made on application of review)
Note: The fee applicable is based on the year of the exam period e.g. for 2013 exam refer to 2013 fees
$100
Fees for Documents and Items
Official transcript of academic record from CSU predecessor institutions $50
Official transcript of academic record for CSU students $20
Additional copies of a CSU transcript when ordered concurrently with above (per copy) $5
Replacement of a CSU testamur $100
Replacement of an ID card “CSU Card” $25
Replacement badge (nursing, medical imaging, midwifery, pre-hospital care) $25
Supply of a subject outline from previous sessions (per subject) $25
Subject Material Notes and Readings at cost
Photocopy of examination answer booklets (per subjects) $25
Replacement of HECS/PELS/CAN liability statement (per session) $10
Replacement of an ID card “CSU Card” $25
Replacement badge (nursing, medical imaging, midwifery, pre-hospital care) $25
Supply of a subject outline from previous sessions (per subject) $25
Subject Material Notes and Readings at cost
Photocopy of examination answer booklets (per subject) $25
Replacement of HECS/PELS/CAN liability statement (per session) $10
Australian Higher Education Graduate Statement (AHEGS) replacement cost $50
Other Fees
Reinstatement following the cancellation of enrolment (International Onshore) $200
Reinstatement following the cancellation of enrolment (All other) $100
Overseas Examination Centre fee per student per centre $100
Graduation fee for a student continuing in higher level award course and graduating from lower level articulated course $200
Maximum fine for proven academic misconduct under the Student Academic Misconduct Rule $1,000
Library Fees - Community Members
To borrow materials (per annum) $110
Photocopies and scanned articles by Intercampus Loan (per article) $5
To use library facilities negotiable
Library Fees - CSU Members
Intercampus loans Free
Standard Interlibrary loans $10
Special Interlibrary loans for academic/research staff and PhD/Masters/Honours students Free
Interlibrary loans (other) Costs charged in full
Film loans (commercial) Costs charged in full
Reciprocal borrowing free at most Australian universities; some charge fees
Database searches (commercial database not held by CSU) please inquire for charges
Library Fines
Overdue items (per day overdue) $0.50
Overdue special loans including 2 day loan collection (book and video) $5 per day overdue
Overdue laptops $5 per hour or part thereof
Overdue 2 hour reserve items $1 per hour, per item (Max of $10 per day per item)
Recalled items $5 per day per item to a maximum of $100 (in addition to accrued overdue fines)
Non-returned or damaged items replacement cost. Non-return of items will incur a $180 charge ($50 administration fee including accrued fines and $130 item replacement cost). In addition, any accrued overdue fines (maximum $50) and/or Recalled Item Fines (maximum $100 per item) are also payable. The Library reserves the right to charge the actual replacement cost plus an administration charge of $50. Reduced charges may apply for minor damage to items
Mobile Devices $50 per day or part thereof. In the event of loss or theft an invoice for replacement costs will be debited against the borrowers account after 48 hours
Photocopying/Printing (includes GST)
Black & White A4 Single sided 13¢
Black & White A4 Duplex 24¢
Black & White A3 Single Sided 26¢
Black & White A3 Duplex 51¢
Colour A4 Single sided 55¢
Colour A4 Duplex $1.08
Colour A3 Single sided $1.10
Colour A3 Duplex $2.18
Microfilm & microfiche printing (per page) 22¢
Government Information (Public Access) – GIPA
Applications for access to information (Section 64 - 67 GIPA Act) $30
Processing applications $30 per hour

Discounted charges may be available on the basis of financial hardship or public benefit. Processing charges do not apply for personal information about the applicant.

CSU Ontario School of Education, Schedule of University Fees & Charges
Replacement Tax Receipts $20 (CAD)
Additional Assessment $100 (CAD)
Transcripts - Current Student $10 (CAD)
Transcripts - Previous Student $25 (CAD)
Library fines Non chargeable
Library replacement costs (lost books) $65 (CAD)
Late acceptance of offer of additional assessment (per subject) $25 (CAD)

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  • Subjects

    The below information is for new students. Current students should select their subjects by checking the Handbook for the year of their enrolment

    Course structure
  • Admission information
  • Cost of study

    Fees are relevant for 2016 only and are subject to change in future years. Tuition fees quoted do not include the Student Services and Amenities Fee.

    In some instances a tax deduction may be claimed for self education expenses. Please seek independent qualified taxation advice.

    Tuition costs

    This course in not available to Australian or New Zealand students

    This course is not available to international students.

  • Course details
    Graduation requirements

  • How to apply

    This course is not available to Australian or New Zealand students

    This course is not available to international students.

    Thinking of deferring?

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  • Academic expectations

    For each 8 point subject at CSU, students should normally expect to spend between 140-160 hours engaged in the specified learning and assessment activities (such as attending lectures or residential schools, assigned readings, tutorial assistance, individual or group research/study, forum activity, workplace learning, assignments or examinations). The student workload for some subjects may vary from these norms as a result of approved course design.

    Students will be assessed on the basis of completed assignments, examinations, workplace learning, or other methods as outlined in specific subject outlines.

    Where applicable, students are responsible for travel and accommodation costs involved in workplace learning experiences, or attending residential schools (distance education students).

    Expectations relating to academic, workplace learning, time and cost requirements for specific subjects are provided in the subject abstracts and in course materials.

    Throughout their studies, CSU students have a responsibility to continue to develop skills in English Language, literacy and numeracy as appropriate to their discipline. This ongoing development will enable students to effectively participate in their course and graduate as competent professionals.

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  • This course is not available to international students.