Fees need to be paid by specific dates to ensure you are enrolled, able to access services, and even eligible to graduate.
Calculate your 2023-2024 tuition and fees
Your tuition and fees will vary depending on whether you are a Canadian or international student, full-time or part-time student, and if you live in residence.
Follow these steps to determine which fees apply to you to calculate your total amount.
- Step 1: Calculate your tuition
- Step 2: Add student fees
- Step 3: Add residence and meal plan, if applicable
All tuition and fees for the entire year will be divided by term. The following applies to full-time students enrolled in both Fall and Winter terms:
- 50% of your tuition and student fees
- 70% of your residence and meal plan fees
- 100% of your orientation fee (for new students only)
- Minus your registration deposit
- Minus your housing deposit
- 50% of your tuition and student fees
- 30% of your residence and meal plan fees
Remember to subtract any applicable scholarships, awards or bursaries.
- You can also download our 2023-2024 Tuition and Fees Calculator (pdf)
Step 1: Tuition
Full-time: students enrolled in 9 or more credits in the fall or winter terms.
Part-time: students enrolled in 3-6 credits during the fall or winter terms.
Spring/Summer term: all students pay tuition per course.
Choose the one that applies to you:
|Student type||Canadian students||international students|
(yearly flat cost)
(per 3-credit course)
In the first year of the aviation program, your tuition fee is Mount Allison’s full-time undergraduate tuition fee only.
Once you start your flight training (usually in second year), your tuition fee is a blend of Mount Allison and MFC Training tuition, which covers all ground school and flight training, in addition to courses you take at Mount Allison.
Tuition fees do not include residence accommodation or travel between campuses.
|Student type||Canadian students||International students|
|Mount Allison tuition||$7,010||$14,147|
|MFC Training tuition||$30,112||$30,112|
New Brunswick students (Sept. 2019 start date)
Only for New Brunswick residents who started their studies in September 2019.
New Brunswick students who are residents of New Brunswick and had a start date of Sept. 2019 and are full-time or part-time students at Mount Allison will receive a rebate. This will be applied to their student account as a NB discount in the fall and winter term.
Note: the amount below is net of the rebate.
|started in:||sept. 2019|
|Part-time (per 3-credit course)||$947.60|
|Aviation tuition||MtA tuition: $6,633
MFC tuition: $30,112
Master of Science tuition
Tuition for new incoming students effective September 2019:
- First six terms — $1,670 per term
- Remainder terms — $712 per term
- Mount Allison Students' Union (MASU) — $141
- McConnell Fitness Centre fee — $200
Step 2: Student fees
Student fees are mandatory. Amounts shown are a yearly flat rate.
|Student organization fees||Who pays it||fee (CAD)|
Full-time MASU (student union) membership and extended health and dental coverage
|Part-time MASU (student union) membership||Part-time students||$141|
|International student basic medical coverage||International students||$785|
|New student orientation program (fall term only)||Full-time first-year students||$95|
|Library contribution||Full-time students||$15|
|other fees||who pays it||fee (CAD)|
|Mail service||Full-time students||$35|
|McConnell Fitness Centre||Full-time students||$200|
|Technology and service||Full-time students||$250|
Student fees details
MASU, membership and extended health and dental coverage, includes:
- full-time Student Union fee ($282)
- extended health and dental plan ($480)
This plan is administered and managed by the Mount Allison Students’ Union (MASU). Full-time students can opt out of this plan if they can provide proof of equivalent coverage and receive a refund of the fee paid from the MASU office. The plan can be purchased by part-time students upon request. If you would like more information please go to the MASU website at www.masu.ca or email email@example.com.
International students will be charged for an international student basic medical plan. This plan is administered and managed by the Mount Allison Students’ Union (MASU). Students may opt out of this plan if they can provide proof of equivalent coverage and receive a refund of the fee paid from the MASU office. If you would like more information please go to the MASU website at www.masu.ca or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
New student orientation is a multi-day collaboration between the Mount Allison Students' Union and the University's Student Life Office. It is designed to be a fun, informative, and inclusive introduction to university life at Mount Allison. All new students are encouraged to attend. Register at www.mta.ca/orientation. The fee covers the cost of all Orientation events, entertainment, and programming. It also includes a well-stocked welcome pack which is made available to new students on Move-in Day. Full-time students are charged automatically. Part-time students can opt-in by contacting the Students' Union at email@example.com or (506) 364-2231
Step 3: Residence and meal plan
Fees cover services such as utilities, housekeeping, building maintenance, laundry, hi-speed internet, cable, phone, and mini fridge. Your accommodation fee also covers the social and civic support provided by residence dons, assistants, and academic mentors.
These fees are for a full academic year and are mandatory. Residence students are required to have an all-access meal plan.
|room type||fee (CAD)|
|Single private ensuite||$9,437|
|Single shared ensuite||$8,536|
|Double shared ensuite||$6,751|
|Triple shared ensuite||$5,616|
|Residence fees||fee (CAD)|
(wifi, internet connection, mini fridge, and laundry)
|House executive residence dues
|$100 (subject to change)|
|meal plans||fee (CAD)|
|Unlimited-access meal plan||$5,551|
|10/week meal plan
(limited to Charlotte House students)
To calculate total: room type + residence fees + meal plan
Residence fees and meal plan details
The Residence Services fee is mandatory for all students living in residence and covers Internet connection, a mini fridge and access to the laundry room.
House Executive Residence Dues are mandatory for all students living in residence. The House Executive Residence Dues are collected by the University on behalf of the residence hall student executive teams. Dues are used for student-led programming in residence over the course of the academic year. Only students who live in residence are subject to residence dues
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