COVID-19 Financial Considerations

Intersession/Summer Session

Graduate Students Leave of Absence

Graduate students can now apply at no cost for a COVID-19 Leave of Absence (LoA) from the Faculty of Graduate Studies for the 2020 Summer term. 

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Letters of Permission

Students can now apply at no cost for a Letter of Permission (LoP) to complete courses at another accredited post-secondary institutions in the 2020 Spring, Summer or Inter-session terms.

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Intersession and Summer registration

Eligible students who have outstanding tuition fees owing from the Winter 2020 term may request a waiver of our financial policies due to COVID-19.

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Interest Relief

The University has made a decision regarding interest relief due to COVID-19. Effective May 15 to June 15, 2020, we will not be charging interest to outstanding balances.

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Meal Plans and UWin Card balances

Information for Meal plans balances can be found at:

Student Parking Permits

Information about the Parking Services refund can be found here:

Athletics & Recreational Services

Athletics & Recreational Services (ARS) remains committed to serving the needs of students and providing service to the entire campus community. ARS has pivoted to the online delivery of fitness and instructional classes for the summer/intersession period. Students will continue to be employed to facilitate the delivery of these programs. 

A new e-sport intramural initiative has been launched in response to the social distancing requirements. All of this programming will be offered to students without the normally charged user fees. We look forward to a time when it will be safe to reopen the St. Denis Centre and welcome students and the campus community back to these spaces.

In recognition of the inconvenience associated with the building closure 25 per cent of the mandatory sport and recreation fee will be rebated to students enrolled in the summer/intersession terms.