University of Calgary Tuition Fees for Senior Citizens

By | October 23, 2016

University of Calgary Tuition Fees for Senior Citizens

The University of Calgary waives tuition fees related only to undergraduate, bachelor’s level courses for senior citizens. The senior citizen must be a resident of Alberta and is defined as an individual who is 65 years of age or older by the deadline to pay the balance of fees for any particular academic term. Students must pay the appropriate application fee and, where designated, mandatory supplementary fees for courses. If the student registers for a locker, this fee will also be assessed.

Students’ Union, Campus Recreation, Athletic and Student Services fees are waived; however, if senior citizens wish to use any of these services, they must pay the required fees by the deadline date. Any senior citizens who register as full-time students will be assessed the Students’ Union Bursary, as well as the Health and Dental Plan fees and must opt out using forms available at Enrolment Services (ucalgary.ca/registrar/student-forms).

After admission and upon registration in courses as a senior citizen, appropriate fees will automatically be waived.