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To be fully registered for a course, all fees must be paid-in-full at the time of registration. Course fees are shown in each course description. All fees include administrative, lab and/or material fees, and HST if applicable. For accepted payment methods (for in-person, online, and mail-in registration options), please refer to the Registration Information page.

Fees Breakdown

Fee Schedule:


Category Price
Domestic Tuition Funded rate $6.24 /sch
International Tuition rate  $23.73 /sch 
Academic Support - Front Line  $12.50 /crse 
Student Centre Building Fund  $0.05 /sch 
Transcript Fee  $2.00 /crse 
Career Advisement  $1.80 /crse 
Student Advisement  $2.00 /crse 
Health Fee  $0.05 /sch 
IT fee  $0.60 /sch 
CE Distance Learning fee  $96.03 /sch 
Student Life  $0.02 /sch 
One Card  $0.16/sch (courses 21 hours or longer)

An example of a standard In-class 42-hour course:


Category Price
Domestic Funded Tuition  $262.08 
Academic Support - Front Line $12.50
Student Centre Building Fund $2.02
Health/Counselling/Academic Support/IT $42.65
Career Services $5.80
One Card $6.72
TOTAL $331.77

Please note: If you have any concerns or questions email:

Description of Mandatory Continuing Education Fees

Category Information

CE Academic Support - Front Line 

Fees to assist with program and course selection, academic guidance and curriculum clarification. Provides help to students to obtain resources to successfully complete the course and answer general inquiries.

CE Distance Learning Fee

Fees cover OntarioLearn membership, a consortium of 24 Ontario Colleges, with access to a support specialist 24/7/365.

CE Career Services

Fee supports career related services, including career counselling, information sessions, job fairs, job boards and career development workshops.

CE Student Buildings

Fee supports spaces and facilities that host student activities and services which are not supported through government operating and capital grants

CE Health and Counselling and Academic Support - IT

The Health and Counselling fee supports on-campus access to health professionals for basic medical care, mental health, counselling and access to basic health resources.

Academic Support fee, includes peer tutoring, library support and other services not provided through course delivery.

The IT fee provides access to software, communications, hardware and technical service expertise to students and classrooms

All Sheridan College fees noted above are incorporated into the course fee shown with each course.

Seniors Fees:

If you’re 65 or older, Continuing Education courses are offered at a 50% discount on tuition for our regular course fees. 

* The Seniors fee is only for courses delivered on-campus/SLATE and Virtual. All OntarioLearn and association-related courses, CAD/CAM, Adobe, AVID and IATSE courses are not available for the seniors’ fee reduction (as noted in the Program section).

Seniors can register for courses with reduced fees through the online e-store. You must be an authenticated user for the reduced fees to display.

International Student Fees

If you’re an International Student (meaning you’re not a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada), you need to get permission to register at Sheridan from Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Please be aware that International student fees will apply. If you are already attending Sheridan, you should automatically have the international fee applied to your account for any Continuing and Professional Studies courses.

Extra Fees

There may be extra course costs that are not covered in the tuition fee. Things like textbooks, art supplies, lab supplies and/or other course-specific items are incremental to the course tuition fee. Review the course description to see if additional supplies will be needed for your specific course.