RMCC Academic Fees

"As an institution of the Federal Government the Royal Military College of Canada must abide by regulations stipulated by the Treasury Board of Canada. RMCC was recently advised that its tuition fee structure was not in compliance with Treasure Board policies pertaining to the provision of just and equitable services for employees of the Public Service of Canada. Consequently, all tuition and academic fees related to the conduct of academic services have been adjusted to comply with Treasury Board Regulations."

RMCC Academic Year 2014-2015 Fees (Effective 01 September 2014)

The Royal Military College of Canada (RMCC) reserves the right to make changes, without notice, in the published scale of fees. If fee changes are approved after publication deadlines, every effort will be made to notify students affected. However, lack of notification does not exempt a student from paying the appropriate fee. Changes to the fee tables are normally made at the end of the winter term and applied to the subsequent fall term.

Tuition fees are payable by credit card (VISA, MasterCard or Amex), debit card, certified cheque, money order or cash. Certified cheques and money orders must be made payable to: Receiver General for Canada. Please note that personal cheques will not be accepted as a method of payment.

Any student with an overdue debt with RMCC will not be permitted to register until the outstanding amount is paid in full. A student with a debt cannot obtain an official transcript, student summary or diploma.

For questions concerning your T2202A, or other financial questions, contact the Financial Manager at 613-541-6000 ext. 6692. The tuition payment office is located in Mackenzie Building, Room 254.

Administrative Fees

Payment Administration Fees

Services Fees
NSF Charges / Declined Credit Card $ 35.00
Late Payment Charges $ 100.00

Document Production Fees

Services Fees
Transcript Fees - Regular $ 15.00
Transcript Fees - Fast Service (processed within 2 business days) $ 25.00
Document Transmission Fee $ 5.00
Diploma Reprints $ 50.00
Student ID Card Reproduction $ 20.00
Document fee Footnote 2 $ 10.00

Course Services Administration Fees Footnote 1

Services Fees
Course Withdrawal Processing Fee Footnote 3 $ 100.00
Course Extension (4 month period) (DL UG only) $ 340.00
Re-scheduling of Final Exam Session Footnote 4 $ 40.00
Late Registration Per Course $ 50.00
Challenge Exam for Canadian Students (non-refundable) Applicable course fee
Challenge Exam for International Students (non-refundable) Applicable course fee

Admission and Programme Administration Fees

Services Fees
General application (Non-refundable) (excludes students with an MOU in place or an OVGS student) $ 60.00
Change of Programme Footnote 1 $ 50.00
Request for Degree Upgrade Fee $ 100.00
New Full-Time Student Tuition Deposit Fee (due upon acceptance)
(non-refundable)
$ 250.00

Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) Fees Footnote 1

Services Fees
Initial PLAR Assessment - Canadian Students $ 500.00
Follow-up Credit Granted Assessment - Canadian Students $ 500.00
Initial PLAR Assessment - International Students $ 1,500.00
Follow-up Credit Granted Assessment - International Students $ 1,500.00
Letter of Permission or Request for Transfer Credit $ 50.00
Credit Granted - PG Programme $ 50.00

Administrative Fees Notes

Note 1

ROTP, RETP, UTPNCM, and DND Sponsored students (during their sponsorship period only) are exempt from these administrative fees.

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Note 2

Document fee includes: letters relating to statement of studies; certificates of graduation; course descriptions; and any forms requiring signatures from the Office of the Registrar.

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Note 3

Courses dropped after the 28th day of the course start date will result in forfeiture of tuition fees. Courses dropped prior to the 28th day from the course start date will be reimbursed less the Course Withdrawal Processing Fee.

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Note 4

A re-scheduling of Final Exam Session fee will apply under the following circumstances:

  • A request for an exam to take place outside of the normal exam period; or
  • A request to change any exam registration within five weeks from the start of the exam period.

The fee may be waived if the special request is for reasons of illness or deployment.

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Tuition Fees

It is the responsibility of the student to inform the Office of the Registrar of any change to their status that may affect the application of tuition fees.

Application of Tuition Fees

  • Students from NATO countries will be charged the international rates, unless there is an agreement in place.
  • International Officers invited to attend the JCSP at CFC Toronto will be charged the Domestic rate during the period as indicated in their letter of invitation.
  • These approved rates will apply to all of RMCC.
  • Fees for auditing a course will be equal to half the normal course fee according to student category.
  • Cases not covered by this rate schedule will be presented to the Comptroller for assessment.

Undergraduate Tuition

Full-time Fees

Student Profile Arts & Science (Per Term ) Engineering (Per Term)
RETP/Repeater Established IAW QR&O Appendix X Established IAW QR&O Appendix X
Domestic $ 2,780 $ 3,710
International $ 8,750 $ 9,000

Part-time Fees (per credit course)

Student Profile Arts & Science Engineering
Domestic $ 680 $ 680
International $ 2,200 $ 2,200

Non-credited Course Tuition

Course Title Available to Fees
DCE050* Essential Writing Skills Public $ 225 (non-refundable)
DEF050* Fran├žais correctif Public $ 225 (non-refundable)

Graduate Studies Tuition

Full-time Fees

Student Profile Science, Engineering (Per Term) Arts (except MBA) (Per Term)
Domestic $ 3,165 $ 2,780
International $ 6,700 $ 6,200

MBA Fees (Per Term)

Student Profile Summer Fall Winter
Domestic $ 4,500 $ 4,500 $ 4,600
International $ 11,400 $ 11,400 $ 11,600

Notes

Note 1
Each one-year, full time tuition payment covers three consecutive terms including the summer term. Only if full-time fees are paid for two consecutive terms is the subsequent term free of charge. All PhD students are required to pay the annual full-time rate of tuition in each of their first two years, regardless of the number of courses they are taking. Once this residency requirement has been met, they will be charged on a per course basis for their comprehensive (CP600) and subsequently, their thesis (TH600).
Note 2
International students will pay full-time fees for the normal duration of their programme (two years for Master's students, three years for PhD students).
Note 3
Sponsored students who have not completed studies within the sponsorship period will be required to pay tuition fees according to their student category (i.e. Domestic or International).
Note 4
For Full-Time students who take courses at another Ontario university (excluding Queen's) under the Ontario Visiting Graduate Student Plan (OVGS), the OVGS fees of $1,000 per year course, $500 per semester course, or $250 per half semester course must be paid by the department who approves the OVGS registration form, from the tuition fees received for that student.
Note 5
Students completing thesis corrections prior to the end of a term who are unable to present prior to the commencement of a new term, will not be charged fees for the new term.

Part-time Fees (Credit course, Thesis, Project, Comprehensive Exam)

Student Profile Science, Engineering Arts MBA
Domestic $ 1,215 $ 1,110 $ 1,100
International Students $ 2,330 $ 2,160 $ 3,640

Notes

Note 1
Comprehensive Exam (CP600), Thesis (TH500, TH600) and Project (PR500) per term fee are equal to a one-credit course. Continuous registration is to be maintained (three terms per year) until completed, with a minimum registration period of two terms for thesis.
Note 2
Interest only students will pay the fee according to the department/programme that offers the course.
Note 3
OVGS Fees for students taking courses at another Ontario university (excluding Queen's) under the Ontario Visiting Graduate Student Plan (OVGS) will be forwarded to the host university from the per course tuition fees received for that student.
Note 4
Part-time PhD students are expected to pay full-time fees for two years (covering six terms). Once the full-time fees have been paid for the residency period, students will be charged each term on a per-course basis for their CP600 and then TH600. Should students not complete all courses during the first two years, the courses (as defined in their programme) may be completed at no additional cost (excluding comprehensive exam and thesis). If you are a part-time student paying the residency year please refer to the full-time fees table above.

MDS and MA/NSP Programmes 2014-2015

Student Category Tuition

Considered full-time students:

  • MDS On-site CFC (Currently on JCSP);
  • MA On-site CFC (Currently on NSP); and
  • JCSP International Officers (attending by letter of invitation).
$ 1,110 per additional credit course
and/or
$ 1,110 per term (project)

Considered part-time students:

  • MDS Off-site CFC (previously graduated from JCSP);
  • MA Off-site CFC (previously graduated from NSP); and
  • JCSP International Officers (attending by letter of invitation).
$ 1,110 per credit course
and/or
$ 1,110 per term (project)
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