The following fees are effective for students registering with a start date of September 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016.
Student fees are all-inclusive and are calculated by combining the tuition fees, learning resources fee, and mandatory Students’ Union and Alumni Relations fees. Academic-related fees are exempt from the federal Goods and Services Tax (G.S.T.). Other goods are not G.S.T. exempt. Fees are listed and payable in Canadian dollars.
The payment of student fees entitles you to receive most learning resources and other support services (including tutorial assistance where provided) for the period of active registration.
Students attending Athabasca University grouped study courses at collaborating institutions may be assessed tuition and fees that vary from those established within this Calendar. Those students should contact an academic advisor or the Office of the Registrar at the collaborating institution.
Students are responsible for any expenses incurred when writing an examination. Most invigilators request a fee to invigilate examinations. Invigilation centers may also charge a fee if you cancel or reschedule your examination.
AU does not charge a fee to invigilate examinations at any of its three office locations in Athabasca, Edmonton, or Calgary, Alberta.
The following fee schedule applies to students who are registering in courses that have a September 1, 2015 or later start date, unless otherwise stated. It is Athabasca University’s intention to increase its tuition fees in future years by the maximum amount permitted under the Government of Alberta’s Tuition Fee Policy.
If you are a returning Athabasca University student, please log in to myAU. If you are no longer an active student, you may still log in to myAU and follow the reactivation procedure.
Once you have logged in to myAU, you may register in a course and view personal information, such as your AU Library account, and your assignment marks, and course grades. You may also take care of administrative matters, such as booking examinations, submitting assignments, and requesting extensions or course withdrawals.
Athabasca University will also communicate directly with you through myAU. Check the Message Centre on your myAU home page for general information and for mail addressed to you.
myAU (current students)
When first seeking admission to Athabasca University, all students submit a $115 one-time, non-refundable application fee with their completed Undergraduate General Application Form.
The $115 application fee is non-refundable and payable only once regardless of whether your requested start date is unavailable or if you choose not to register in an Athabasca University course.
The Undergraduate General Application Form, used to apply for admission, is separate from the Undergraduate Course Registration Form used for registering in most Athabasca University courses.
UG General Application Form (new students)
The learning resources fee and Alumni Relations fee do not apply to one-credit courses.
Athabasca University offers a number of zero-credit courses (e.g., ENGL 140, ENGL 143). Zero-credit courses are assessed the same fee structure as three-credit courses minus the Students’ Union Fees and Alumni Fees. Other academic-related fees and regulations also apply to zero-credit courses.
Re-registration fees include the tuition fee, Students’ Union and Alumni Relations fees only. If the course has been revised since your last registration, you are required to purchase new learning resources. In this case, the learning resources fee is added to your re-registration amount.
Information effective Sept. 1, 2015 to Sept. 30, 2016.
Updated July 23 2015 by laurab
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