If there is a credit balance on your account after all fees and charges are paid and cleared for the previous or current academic terms,
- You may leave the funds on your account or
- You may request for a refund for a credit balance over $10 prior to the end date of the current academic term.
NOTE: Eligible credit balance for refund will exclude any ‘Anticipated’ amount as displayed on your student account/tuition statement(s).
Refund Request Processing Dates
|Summer 2017||Ongoing||August 18,2017|
|Fall 2017||September 14, 2017||December 20,2017|
|Winter 2018||January 13, 2018||April 23, 2018|
To request a refund, please submit the Tuition Refund Request Form to the Cashier's Office or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. All refunds will be issued by cheque within two to three weeks of your request.
Please note that the $500 admission deposit for first year students are non-refundable.
If you drop course(s), please ensure that all course changes are completed before requesting a refund.
If you drop course(s) or withdraw from your program, and you have outstanding OSAP loans, OCAD University is required by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities to send some or all of the credit balance remaining on your account first to the National Student Loans Service Centre (NSLSC) to be applied against your outstanding student loan balance. Any remaining credit balance will then be refunded to you. You may check your refund amount to the NSLSC by logging into your CanLearn student account at www.canlearn.ca.
If you receive a scholarship, award or bursary, you may be entitled to a refund if the funds received exceed the fees and charges on your account. If you drop course(s) or withdraw from your program, some or all of your scholarship, award or bursary may be reversed. Refund will be first applied to any financial aid & award program from which you received the funds. Please contact Financial Aid & Awards Office at FinancialA@ocadu.ca for more information.