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Program and Course Fees

Program and course fees are due at the time of registration.

Program fees cover consumable and non-consumable costs incurred by students in a program that cannot be considered to be part of the general cost of education. Such fees cover a portion of the costs associated with print materials, laboratory classes and required camps or conferences.  

Adult Basic Education programs, cost recovery programs, and the Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing program (SCBScN) are generally exempt from program fees.

Program Fees 

Print Materials Fee: paid by all students admitted to core funded programs (includes students who are not part of the program, but who are taking courses in the program).  This fee includes the cost of print services and print materials that are not sold through the bookstore.


Exceptions apply.  Refer to Saskatchewan Polytechnic Tuition and Fees Policy for complete details.

 $1.50 per credit unit to a maximum of $40.50 for all applied certificate and advanced certificate programs, and $81.00 per year ($40.50 per semester) for all certificate, diploma or degree programs.
Lab Fee: paid by all students admitted to core funded programs that have a lab component (includes students who are not part of the program, but who are taking courses in the program).  This fee covers costs associated with equipment repair and maintenance, high cost consumables, technology enhancements and safety wear).

Animal and BioSciences:

Exceptions apply. Refer to Saskatchewan Polytechnic Tuition and Fees Policy for complete details.

Core-funded programs charge $2.50 per credit unit to a maximum of $70.80 per semester or a maximum of $141.60 per academic year

Construction:

Core-funded programs charge $3.25 per credit unit

Health Sciences:

Exceptions apply. Refer to Saskatchewan Polytechnic Tuition and Fees Policy for complete details.

Core-funded certificate and diploma programs charge $2.50 per credit unit to a maximum of $70.80 per semester or a maximum of $141.60 per academic year.

Core-funded applied certificate programs charge $2.50 per credit unit to a maximum of $70.80.

Hospitality and Tourism:

Exceptions apply. Refer to Saskatchewan Polytechnic Tuition and Fees Policy for complete details.

Core-funded programs charge $2.25 per credit unit

Human Services and Community Safety:

Exceptions apply. Refer to Saskatchewan Polytechnic Tuition and Fees Policy for complete details.

Core-funded programs charge $2.25 per credit unit.

 

Information and Communications Technology:

Exceptions apply. Refer to Saskatchewan Polytechnic Tuition and Fees Policy for complete details.


Core-funded programs charge $2.25 per credit unit.

Mining, Energy and Manufacturing:

Core-funded programs charge $2.50 per credit unit to a maximum of $70.80 per semester or a maximum of $141.60 per academic year

Natural Resources and Built Environment:

Core-funded programs charge $2.50 per credit unit to a maximum of $70.80 per semester or $141.60 per academic year.

Nursing:

Exceptions apply. Refer to Saskatchewan Polytechnic Tuition and Fees Policy for complete details for complete details.

Specific programs charge $2.50 per credit unit to a maximum of $70.80 per semester or $141.60 per academic year.

Transportation:

Core-funded programs charge $3.25 per credit unit, except Commercial Pilot (Year 1 - $100 flight simulator lab fee; Year 2 - $400 flight simulator lab fee)

Camp and Conference Fees: includes the cost of transportation, lodging and food for these events.

Fees differ for each event

Refer to Appendix C of the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Tuition and Fees Policy for complete details

Technology Fees (Information Technology Services and Learning Technologies): include the cost of providing mobile and other types of connectivity on and off campus to access program and course learning and assessment materials. Students are assessed a Saskatchewan Polytechnic-wide technology fee.

$1.50 per credit unit for all credit courses (including continuing education; excluding basic education and apprenticeship)
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