Deposit Information 

Returning Students

Registration deposit

A non-refundable $100 registration deposit is due by June 1. A late payment will result in a $50 late processing fee being charged and may delay registration. The registration deposit will be applied against second term tuition fees and will be forfeited if a student is registered in January but fails to attend classes or notify the University in writing of withdrawal from the University. 

Residence deposit

A $500 residence deposit for students who apply to live in residence is due by June 1.

New Students

Registration deposit

A non-refundable $100 registration deposit is due by June 1. The registration deposit will be applied against second term tuition fees and will be forfeited if a student is registered in January but fails to attend classes or notify the University in writing of withdrawal from the University.

Residence deposit  

A $500 residence deposit for students who apply to live in residence is due by June 1.

  


Withdrawal Information

 

Academic and financial deadlines are listed here.  Additional information about course withdrawals is available here.

 

Withdrawals — fall and winter term courses

Absence from classes does not constitute withdrawal.

Full-time and part-time students who wish to withdraw from individual courses can do so using the ‘Register and Drop Classes’ feature in Connect@MTA.

Students who wish to withdraw from all courses in a single term or all courses in multiple terms must complete the ‘University and/or Residence Withdrawal Request’ in Connect@MTA. The date of withdrawal for the purpose of fee administration will be the date the withdrawal form is submitted. Students will receive email confirmation when the withdrawal form has been received.

Refer to calendar regulation 4.5 for information regarding withdrawals and student accounts.

 

Withdrawals — spring term courses

Refunds are calculated from the withdrawal date of a course dropped through Connect@MTA. Within 24 hours of making a change students should confirm their registration on MY CLASS SCHEDULE. If it does not reflect the addition, change, or deletion, or if students have problems viewing their schedule through Connect@MTA, they should contact the Registrar's Office (regoffice@mta.ca).

Refer to calendar regulation 4.5 for information regarding withdrawals and student accounts.  

 

Late Course Withdrawal

A student who wishes to withdraw from a course after the deadline outlined in regulation 10.4.3 because of a serious ongoing medical or personal issue that makes completion of the course unreasonable may apply to the Registrar (or direct delegate) to request consideration for a late withdrawal by completing a Late Withdrawal Permission Request Form available in Connect@MTA under permission request. Where appropriate, documentation from a medical professional to support the request for a late withdrawal may be required. A decision will be made in consultation with the Director of Accessibility and Student Wellness.

Any request for a late withdrawal from a course must normally be submitted before the beginning of the exam period or, if there is no final exam, before the submission deadline for the final paper/assignment, and before a final grade has been recorded for a course.

A 'W' notation will be recorded on the transcript for approved late withdrawal from a course.

See calendar regulation 10.4.4 Late Course Withdrawal After the End of the Withdrawal Period.

If your request is denied, you will remain registered in the course and a final grade will be calculated and entered on your transcript.

 

Withdrawals residence and meal plans  

Students wishing to withdraw from residence and/or the meal plan must complete the ‘University and/or Residence Withdrawal Request’ in Connect@MTA. Students will receive email confirmation when the withdrawal form has been received. Withdrawal is not effective until the Residence Life Manager has approved the withdrawal request. The date of withdrawal for the purpose of fee administration will be the date this approval is given, or the date students have checked out of residence and keys have been returned, whichever is later.

The student's account will be adjusted to reflect residence and/or meal plan charges.

Refer to calendar regulation 4.5 for information regarding withdrawals and student accounts.