Fees FAQ

Review frequently asked questions below about Douglas College fees.

In-person tuition payments are not accepted. Our easiest and most preferred method of payment is making a bill payment using your online banking/mobile app.

  • cash
  • credit cards for domestic tuition payments
  • Visa or MasterCard debit products for online payments 
  • email money transfers 
  • traveller's and personal cheques 

Tuition fees are not transferable to another semester, nor are they transferable to another student. For more information, please refer to the refund policy.

Only tuition fees and the registration and services fee are eligible for income tax deduction.

Regardless of whether payment is made or not, you may owe the 50% tuition penalty for dropping courses during the 8th and 14th calendar day of the semester and if you drop the course after the first two weeks of the semester you will owe 100% of the course tuition.  The amount owed will be determined by the date and number of credits dropped.

Douglas College does not send out invoices (bills) indicating how much and when tuition is due. To check for an accurate balance owing, log in to myAccount and choose Registration, View Tuition Fees.