Tuition and fees
Diplomas and certificates
|Business Administration Certificate|
|Graduate Certificate in One Health|
|Graduate Certificate in Social Economy|
|Practical and Applied Arts Certificate|
|STEM Accelerator Certificate|
|Teaching English as a Second Language|
|Undergraduate Certificate in One Health|
Tuition, subject to certain restrictions, may be waived for persons 65 years of age and over up to a maximum of 15 credit units total during the Fall and Winter Terms (September to April) and a maximum of six credit units total in Spring and Summer Terms (May to August). The waiver applies to tuition only and students are responsible for any materials fees, laboratory fees, student fees and other class costs. The waiver extends to registration as an audit or credit student.
In order to qualify for the waiver, students must submit proof of age and reach age 65 by the date the class starts. The waiver does not apply to internships or co-op work placements, exchange programs, classes which are held outside Canada, graduate courses, thesis or project supervision or maintenance of status for graduate students, non-credit courses (including non-degree certificate programs), distance education degree courses where instructors are paid on a per student basis, courses offered as part of a contract, or programs where tuition is assessed on a program basis. If you are unsure whether your qualify for a Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver please contact Student Central.
Tuition for auditing degree-level classes is normally 50% of regular tuition for the class. International undergraduate audit students will be assessed the international student differential of 2.6 times the audit tuition.
The following certificate programs offered by the Distance Education Unit will be charged 100% audit tuition:
- Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language (CERTESL)
- Prairie Horticulture Certificate Program (PHC)
Waiver of International Tuition Differential for Native American Students from the United States of America
The University of Saskatchewan honours the Jay Treaty, 1794. Native American undergraduate and graduate students from the United States of America who fall under the Jay Treaty will be assessed domestic tuition and will have the international tuition differential waived. A federal tribal enrollment or registration card, or similar documentation, must be presented to be considered eligible. To have the international tuition differential waived, students must present their required documentation at Student Central.