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Affording UCC

When determining the affordability of Upper Canada College for your family, there are a number of financial considerations to make beyond tuition. UCC has a generous financial assistance program — over $5 million is awarded annually.

At Upper Canada College, we believe that the quality of our boys is the single most important factor defining our reputation, relevance and future. In a world where change is more constant and rapid than ever before, it’s vital that we attract the best and brightest students — regardless of their financial circumstances. To that end, we encourage all applicants to Year 5 and above to apply for financial assistance.

LEARN MORE AND APPLY FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Tuition & Fees

The information below applies to the 2018-2019 school year and application/registration fees for September 2018 entry. All amounts are quoted in Canadian dollars (CAD).

Initial Fees (New Students Only)

New Students Day Boarding
Application Fee $150 until Nov. 1, 2017
$200 Nov. 2-Dec. 1, 2017
$150 until Nov. 1, 2017
$200 after Nov. 1, 2017
Registration Fee* $8,500 $5,000

* The Registration Fee is an additional one-time, non-refundable charge for new students due on registration.

Annual Tuition and Fees (All Students)

Grade Day Boarding Domestic Boarding Int’l*
SK-Year 7 $32,650 N/A N/A
Year 8-10 $32,650 $57,705 $61,205
Year 11-12 $35,650 $60,705 $64,205

* International boarding students are those who do not hold a Canadian passport, irrespective of their country of residency. All boarders holding a Canadian passport will follow the Domestic fee schedule.

Incidental Charges and Other Financial Considerations

To give you a big-picture idea of financial considerations — including extra-curricular programs, team travel and boarding-specific costs as well as payment plan options — we’ve prepared the below guides. Please contact the Office of Admission if you have any questions.
UCC FINANCIAL HANDBOOK
INCIDENTAL CHARGES