Continuing York students are not required to pay a registration deposit when enrolling in a course. Registration deposits are only required from new students.
Your registration deposit is part of your tuition fee and will be credited towards tuition owing: it is not an additional fee over and above course fees.
The deposit confirms your registration at Glendon and unlocks tools and services you will need to prepare for the start of classes and to continue through your courses.
If you do not pay your deposit before the due date (and are not eligible for an academic fee waiver) you will be de-enrolled from your courses.
Confirm Your Registration
Your registration deposit confirms your place in the classes in which you enrol.
A deposit of $300 must be paid by the 15th of the month following the date you began enrolling in courses. For example, if you begin enrolling in courses in June, then your deposit is due on July 15. If you begin enrolling in courses any time prior to June 1, then your deposit is due no later than June 15.
Please note that payment deadlines for late enrolments and for the summer sessions vary slightly.
|If you enrol for fall or full-year courses:||You must pay your deposit no later than:|
|before June 1||June 15|
|June 1 – June 30||July 15|
|July 1 – July 31||August 15|
|August 1 or later||10 days after you enrol in your first course|
|If you enrol for winter term courses:||You must pay your deposit no later than:|
|September 1 – September 30||October 15|
|October 1 – October 31||November 15|
|November 1 – November 30||December 10|
|December 1 or later||10 days after you enrol in your first course|
|If you enrol for summer term courses:||You must pay your deposit no later than:|
|March 1 – March 31||April 10|
|April 1 – April 30||May 10|
|May 1 or later||10 days after you enrol in your first course|
Paying the Deposit
- You can pay your registration deposit as you would your course fees. For more information see Paying Your Fees.
- Since the deposit is part of your tuition, it will not appear as a separate charge on your student account statement.
- If you wish to drop one or more of your courses, you must officially drop the course(s) using the online Registration and Enrolment Module; otherwise, you may lose all or part of the tuition you paid for the course, as per the Refund Table. Simply not attending classes does not release you from the financial or academic obligation for courses in which you have previously enrolled.
- If you miss your deposit payment deadline you will not be permitted to enrol in additional courses until the payment is made.
- When you make late payments, your enrolment access cannot be opened until the day after the payment is received; please plan accordingly.
Unlock Tools and Services
Paying your deposit unlocks a variety of student tools and services that will help you prepare for and continue with your studies.
Tools that you will be able to access once your deposit is received include:
- Receiving financial aid, including OSAP funds, the Ontario Tuition Grant, and funds received through the Student Financial Profile application.
- Request a Letter to confirm your registration for the release of external funds like RESPs, for inclusion in private health insurance plans, or for visa or immigration purposes
- Moodle access to view online coursework
Payment of your deposit will also unlock access to these student services:
- Sport and recreation facilities
- Parking permits
- Some YU-Card services
- Student housing and meal plans
- Enrolment in the York Federation of Students Health and Dental Plan
If you do not pay your deposit by the due date (and are not eligible for an academic fee waiver*) you will be de-enrolled from your courses. Space in the courses will then be made available to other students.
Check the Registration and Enrolment Module to determine if you have been de-enrolled. If you have been removed from a course, you will need to pay your deposit to enable you to re-add the course. Note that there is no guarantee that space will still be available in any of your preferred courses after being de-enrolled.
- See Paying Your Fees for details on how to pay your deposit or other charges to your student account.
- Payments from major Canadian banks may take up to three business days to be transferred from your bank to York. Payments from other financial institutions or other countries may take longer (up to three weeks). Please plan accordingly to avoid late charges or de-enrolment.
- If you have been de-enrolled and the last date to add without permission has passed, you will have to contact the professor and the department offering the course for permission to enrol.
*For information about Academic Fee Waivers please visit the Waivers and Payments by a Third Party web page.