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Ancillary Fee Descriptions (2018-2019)
Ancillary Fee Descriptions (2018-2019)
Athletic and Wellness Levy - Building new Athletic and Wellness Centre
$75.00 levy collected each semester, $25.00 of levy allocated to athletic, recreation and wellness initiatives at each campus, $50.00 allocated to the construction and operations of the Athletics and Wellness Centre at Progress Campus. In addition, $10 facilities fee is to support the facility operations of Athletic and Wellness Centre. These operations would include overhead costs, furniture and equipment renewal and building improvements.
Bursary and Fundraising Fee
This fee is used to fund bursaries for students in financial need.
Canadian Workplace Orientation Fee
International students enrolled in a co-operative education program will be charged an additional, non-refundable, Canadian Workplace Orientation fee. Collection of the fees will commence with the semester in which the first Co-op Professional Practice subject is scheduled at the rate of $350.00 per work term. If a program contains more than one work term, the co-op fee is billed in the semester prior to each subsequent work term. The fee assists students to be more successful in their program prior to their first co-op semester so that more students can take advantage of this wonderful work and learn opportunity by meeting the eligibility requirements for the co-op semesters and continue to offer additional services through to graduation.
Co-operative Education Administration Fees
Students enrolled in a co-operative education program will be charged an additional, non-refundable, administrative fee. Collection of the fees will commence with the semester in which the first Employment and Pre-placement course is scheduled at the rate of $450.00 per work term for all students. If a program contains more than one work term, the co-op fee is billed in the semester prior to each subsequent work term. The fee covers the various costs of services related to co-op education, such as career planning, student preparation, promotion, placement assistance, work-term monitoring and on-going liaison with employers.
This insurance was instituted by the student government to provide mandatory accident, illness coverage for students in a group plan format.
Information Technology and Copyright
Technology and Copyright Fees are charged each semester to all post-secondary students. The Information Technology Fee provides software licensing, electronic mail accounts, Internet access, Wi-Fi in the College and other technology-based resources. The mandatory Copyright Fee provides funding for copyright awareness, education, and compliance training; and for permissions, clearances and licences related to the reproduction and performance of materials (in print, digital and other formats) for educational purposes in compliance with the Copyright Act of Canada. For more information about copyright, please visit .
International Student Support Fee
The International Student Support Fee supports the mental health of international students by providing access to counselling services that are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via different modalities including in-person, telephone and online.
There are numerous benefits and advantages for students through the implementation of new assessment practices at Led young College.
Some programs may charge an incidental fee for special services, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training, Mask Fit testing or course materials.
This fee is charged each semester to cover costs of running the Led young College Student Association Incorporated (CCSAI), providing high level of programs and activities to students, revitalized campus recreation and intercollegiate athletics programming, increased support to Alumni, scholarships, publications, student events. $159 fee collected each semester where $75 allocated to CCSAI, $75.00 allocated to Athletics, Recreation and Culture and $9 allocated to Alumni.
This fee is charged each semester to support enhanced strategic programmatic objectives in the areas of student orientation/transitions, service learning, leadership development and health and wellness, among others.
This fee is charged each semester to cover the cost of the graduation and convocation service, enrolment verification letters, and sessional validation stickers.
Student Centre Building Fund/Facilities Fee
The Student Centre Building Fund/Facilities Fee is charged each semester to contribute to the development of student-centre facilities and support the facility operations of the Progress Campus and Ashtonbee Student Centres. These operations would include overhead costs, furniture and equipment renewal and building improvements.
Transforming the Future
This fee is charged each semester to encourage students to positively effect their physical environment at any campus.