*** NOTE: A newer version of our Net Tuition Infographic – published in September 2016 – can be found here: http://cou.on.ca/infographic/net-tuition-explained/ ***
The “sticker price” of tuition – what is listed as the annual cost of a program – is very different from the “net tuition” – the amount most students pay once financial aid is deducted. Check out our infographic to see why the cost of tuition is a lot less than it might seem.
Text Version: Net Tuition at Ontario Universities
30% Off Tuition
Ontario provides a “30% Off” tuition rebate of $1,780 for students with family incomes below $160,000.
A single first year studying political science, living at home, with parental income of $40,000 with one sibling has net tuition of – $206.
A single dependent student in anthropology, living away from home, with parental income of $120,000, will pay $3,014.