Tuition, financial aid and scholarships
As a private college, Marianopolis charges tuition and receives partial funding from the provincial government. About one in five Marianopolis students receives financial support, thanks to donations from parents, alumni and friends to The Marianopolis Millennium Foundation and to funding from external bodies.
Financial aid and scholarships
For more information about financial aid, scholarships and the many ways in which Marianopolis supports students, contact Financial Aid Clerk Kate Fitzpatrick, (A-123A, ext. 226). Financial aid awarded cannot exceed that year’s tuition amount.
Learn more about:
- Financial aid and scholarships from the College
- Financial aid information sessions
- External support
- Other resources
Tuition for one academic year of full-time studies totals about $5,500. A student is considered to be full time when registered in four or more courses or for 180 class/lab hours or more per semester. Each academic year has two semesters. Fees are subject to change by the College or by the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur (MEES).
|Confirmation fee (per year; non-refundable)||$200|
|Tuition (per semester; all programs)||$2750|
|Student auxiliary fee (per year)||$240|
|Student union fee (per semester)||$20|
|Donation to The Marianopolis Millennium Foundation (per semester; optional)||$200|
|Graduation fee (in third semester only)||$45|
|Part-time studies (annual; per credit)||$190|
|Special fees for some Physical Education courses||variable|
|Courses taken beyond diploma requirements (per course hour)||$6.25|
|Late registration fee||$75|
|Late payment fee||$50+$20 per month|
|Non-sufficient funds fee||$50|
Out-of-province students: students who are not Quebec residents as defined by MEES must pay an additional fee of $1540 per semester.
International students: students studying in Canada on a Student Visa must pay an additional fee of $7342 per year before the start of the fall semester. These student are required to purchase insurance from the College.
Payment options: tuition is payable online through all major banks. For more information, students should check the Omnivox student portal.
Option I: in full upon receipt of the invoice.
Option II: first installment due on the first day of classes each semester, second installment due five weeks later.
Tax credits: the College issues tax receipts for tuition that are eligible for the calculation of tax credit. For more information, please consult your tax specialist. RESP funds may be applied toward a student’s Marianopolis education.