Yukon University is pleased to offer some of the most competitive tuition & fees rates in the country.
Please note that we have recently changed the process in how tuition and fees are collected. You can now register for courses and pay at a later date. See below for payment information.
(effective for programs/courses within the 2020/21 academic year)
Resident of Canada or Alaska
All fees are in Canadian dollars
Credit courses for certificate and diploma programs
- $360/three-credit course
Credit courses for 3rd and 4th year courses in degree programs
- $426/three-credit course
Graduate level courses (i.e. Climate Change Policy)
University Access Pathways courses
- $228/three-credit course
Practical Nurse, Renewable Resources Management
- $513/term full-time
- $366/term part-time
Full-time vocational, Culinary Arts
Pre-Apprenticeship programs (Carpentry, Electrical, Welding)
- With the exception of program-specific ancillary fees (e.g., activity and lab fees), application and tuition fees for credit courses are waived for those aged 65 and over
- For cost-recovery courses (generally under Continuing Education and Training), tuition payment is required
- Tuition fees listed above are for standard Yukon University courses and programs
- Tuition fees do not include textbooks. Required texts are an additional cost
- Tuition fees are currently under review and may change without notice
Mandatory fees (non-refundable)
International student application fee
Student Union fee
- $55/term (full-time)
- $15/term (part-time)
- $105/term (full-time)
- $26/term (part-time)
Student activity fee
- $31/term (full-time, Ayamdigut campus)
- $16/term (full-time, community campus/distance)
- $16/term (part-time, Ayamdigut campus)
- $9/term (part-time, community campus/distance)
- Ancillary fees may be charged for some courses
- See 2020-21 ancillary fees chart for full details
- Please ask your Program Advisor or view the program page
- Students auditing courses pay regular course fees
- $75 for first three hours and $25 for each hour thereafter
- This service is provided for students taking correspondence courses through other educational institutions
Visit our Campus Housing page for current fees and other information about living in Campus Housing.
Textbooks are available from the Campus Store throughout the academic year. While most training tools are provided, students in some programs may be required to purchase special tools or clothing.
- We encourage you to make payments through our online payment portal TOUCHNET (accessed through your student account)
- Fees for credit programs and credit courses must be paid by September 30th for the Fall term and January 30th for the winter term
- Limited enrolment programs such as Health Care Assistant, Culinary and Trades have earlier payment deadlines. Please refer to your acceptance letter for your program's payment dates
- If you are funded, you must submit a completed Third party billing authorization to the Admissions Office.
- International students pay International student fees
- Students who fail to pay by the payment deadline will be blocked from future registrations with the University and have restricted access to library loans and official documents such as transcripts and parchments
Students may officially withdraw from a course or program without academic penalty up until two-thirds of the course contact hours have been completed. Specific withdrawal dates vary and students should become familiar with the withdrawal dates of their program.
You must submit either an official withdrawal form obtained from the Registrar’s Office, or a letter-signed and dated by yourself-clearly outlining the course name, number and section.
Failure to comply with the proper withdrawal procedures may result in a grade being assigned based on the work completed to the date of withdrawal or a failing grade (F) and ineligibility for any refund of tuition fees. Withdrawals will not be accepted without your signature.
Late withdrawals will be considered by the Registrar in the event that extenuating circumstances prevent you from notifying the University prior to the last day to withdraw. A grade of “W” will be assigned when you officially withdraw from a course.
Academic misconduct, academic deficiency or for unsatisfactory attendance may result in dismissal from a course. A final grade will be assigned based on the work completed to the date of dismissal. Dismissals are subject to appeal and students must be informed, in writing, of their right to appeal such a decision at the time of dismissal.
Questions? Email the Admission's Office for help
Refund of tuition fees
- If you withdraw from a course or program you may be eligible for a full or partial refund of tuition fees in accordance with the refund policy below
- Students dismissed from the University may forfeit the fee. Contact the Admissions Office for more information
- High demand program $250 deposit is non-refundable
Refund policy: credit courses and full-time programs
- Withdrawal prior to course start date - full refund
- Withdrawal by the end of the first full week of classes - full refund
- Within the second week of classes - refund 80% of tuition fees
- Within the third week of classes - refund 50% of tuition fees
- After third week of classes - no refund
Please note the following:
- Refunds are not immediate. Refund cheques are mailed within 10 days of official withdrawal
- Refunds are issued directly to the student, unless a student is funded. In that case, the funder will be refunded
- Any debts owed to the University will be deducted from the amount to be refunded
- Exceptions to this policy may be made for compassionate reasons
- If the University cancels a course or program, fees will be refunded in full
- Students MUST follow the proper withdrawal procedure in order to be eligible for a refund
- The date of official withdrawal is the date used for the refund calculation, not the date on which the student discontinues classes
- The application fees is non-refundable
- Please refer to our International Refund Policies for all International students
Student financial supports can help you offset educational and living costs, so you can focus on your studies.
Students are at the heart of Yukon University and are an integral part of Yukon’s future. Our Student Financial Awards program can help you reach your educational goals. Yukon University and our generous donors understand the value of an education, so we supply a variety of awards to help you support your educational and living costs.
Financial assistance may be available to Yukon First Nation beneficiaries or citizens who are accepted into post-secondary programs.
For information on eligibility and procedures to apply for financial assistance, please contact your First Nation’s Education Office.
The Yukon Government has two types of funds available for post-secondary students, the Student Training Allowance and the Yukon Grant.
Find out more about these awards on the Yukon Government scholarship listings webpage.
Celebrating academic achievement in grades 10 – 12, the Yukon Excellence Awards can support you in your post-secondary pursuits.
Find out more about these awards on the Yukon Government Scholarship Listings webpage.
Organizations across the territory provide a variety of scholarships and awards for post-secondary students. You can find a list of these awards on the Yukon Government Scholarship Listings webpage.
Questions and applications should be directed to the organization administering the award.
If you’re a full- or part-time student you may be eligible for Canada Student Loans and Grants. You can learn more about eligibility and application processes on the Yukon Government website.
If you are on Employment Insurance (EI) or have been on EI recently, there are government programs that may help you. They provide financial assistance while you take skills training to re-enter the labour market. Find out more on the Yukon Government Training and Work webpage.