Fees and Charges
The fees and charges indicated herein are as of September 1st, 2011. Queen's College reserves the right to make changes to the regulations, fees and charges listed below.
Regulations Governing Payment of Fees and Charges
- Tuition fees, student fees and dental insurance premiums (optional) are due at registration and must be paid prior to or during the designated Fees Payment Days, using one of the methods described below.
- Methods of Payment
- Cash - Must be paid in person at the General Office in St. John's
- Cheque - Mailed or delivered in person to the General Office in St. John's.
- Students with outstanding accounts:
- will be ineligible to select courses for a subsequent semester until the outstanding account has been paid in full by cash, money order or certified cheque. This also applies to accounts outstanding pending the receipt of a scholarship, bursary or other similar award
- will not be awarded a degree, diploma or certificate, and will not be issued an academic transcript until the outstanding account has been paid in full by cash, money order or certified cheque.
- Accounts outstanding on the last day of examinations in a semester are liable for interest at prime rate plus two percent. Such interest will apply effective the first day of classes in that semester.
Queen's College is a recognized institution under the legislative act governing federal and provincial student loans and grants. Queen's College students are therefore eligible to apply for this kind of assistance.
- Courses and Certificates
|Fee per course (three credit hours)
|Audit (three credit hours)
|Intensive fee per course (three credit hours)
|Audit Intensive fee per course (three credit hours)
|Thesis Option (M.T.S. students only) fee per semester (5 three credit hour courses – may be spread over the final 2 terms)
- Associate in Theology
|Fee per course (two credit hours)
- Diploma in Theology and Ministry
- Vocational Development Seminar
|(not applicable to full-time M.Div. & B.Th. students)
- Clinical Pastoral Education: Basic or Advanced Unit
|Fee per unit (approx - varies by location)
- Supervised Practice Ministry
(subject to any change in tuition)
Other Fees and Charges
- Books and Supplies
Full-time students should be prepared for an expenditure of approximately $450 to cover the cost of textbooks and supplies each semester.
- Late Registration Fee $25
Additional fee per day $10
- Application Processing Fee
Canadian Students $40.
International Students $200.00
This fee is payable with each application for admission/re-admission to Queen's College and is not refundable. This fee is applied to tuition at registration.
- Reread of Examination or Paper Fee $50.
A deposit of $50.00 must be posted with each appeal.
- Dishonoured Cheque Charge $25.
This charge is made for each cheque tendered to Queen's College and not honoured by a bank. A student with a dishonoured cheque record must pay fees by cash, certified cheque or money order.
- Student Key Deposit Fee $50.
Full-time students are eligible to obtain student keys from the General Office which will allow them access to the College's student facilities. Students who return keys to the General Office receive a full refund on their original deposit.
- Student Association Fee, per semester This fee is payable to Queen's College Student Association.
Full-time Students (4 courses or more) $30.
Part-time Students (3 courses or less) $10.
- Queen's College Scarf $66.
- A.Th Manual
Purchase with course registration...................................... $12.50
If Manual is retained after course is dropped.................. $140.00
- Student Parking
Full-time students may apply to the General Office for a parking permit at no charge. Other students may apply for a parking permit from the Memorial University Campus Enforcement Office. Students attending evening or weekend classes may apply for a special permit (evening and weekends) from the Memorial University Campus Enforcement Office at a lesser cost.
Tuition refunds based on withdrawal from course(s)
- Tuition refunds based on withdrawal from course(s)
A student dropping courses within two weeks following the first day of lectures in any semester will not be liable for tuition fees for those courses. Students dropping courses after that time will receive tuition fee refunds on a prorated basis. Any student who drops a course from two weeks to three weeks following the first day of lectures in any semester shall have 50% of the tuition refunded. Any student who drops a course from three weeks to four weeks following the first day of lectures in any semester shall have 25% of the tuition refunded. No tuition will be refunded for courses dropped after five weeks following the first day of lectures in any semester. For the actual dates relating to these refunds, see CALENDAR DATES
In the case of sessions, accelerated courses and courses offered outside of the normal time frame of a semester or session, the tuition refund drop periods will be prorated accordingly.
Tuition fees will not be refunded for any reason, including medical, for courses dropped after the final refund date.
- 5% Discount on Tuition Fees
Students who pay their tuition in full by designated dates (see CALENDAR DATES) will be given a discount of 5%. This applies to all students whether full-time or part-time.