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Becoming a Golden Hawk means more than just cheering on our (really good) varsity teams – it means being a student who cares about your community, who works hard in the classroom, and who takes advantage of all the learning opportunities that can happen outside the classroom, too.


Money Well Spent

Getting a university education is an important investment in your future, but it can be daunting when you consider the total cost. That’s why we’re here to help.

We offer funding opportunities for your first year and beyond, including automatic entrance scholarships and bursaries.

Take advantage of our money management supports and you’ll be on your way to good financial health.

Estimated First-Year Expenses

The following are estimated costs for your first year at Laurier (two terms studying full time) based on the fees for the 2019/20 academic year.

Estimated Costs to Attend Laurier1

Item

Cost

Tuition2

$6,059 – $8,648 (View a full breakdown of tuition fees by program)

Student Fees

$1,383 – $1,909 (View a full breakdown of incidental fees and other student fees)

Books

$950

Academic Subtotal

$8,392 – $11,507

Residence

$5,243 – $8,852 (Waterloo: dorm or apartment style)

$6,807 – $7,296 (Brantford: apartment style only)

Meal Plans3

$2,260, $5,450 or $5,860 (Waterloo)

$840 – $1,200 (Brantford)

Groceries4

$2,400 ($300/month)

Personal (Phone, Hair, etc.)

$2,800 ($350/month)

Personal Expenses Subtotal

$12,703 – $16,538

Total Estimate

$21,095 – $28,045

Notes:

Fees subject to increase for 2020/21. This chart is an estimate only. Costs are variable depending on the student.

2 Canadian undergraduate tuition fees. Canadian tuition fees for BBA/BCS double degree with the University of Waterloo are $12,872 for first-year students. Estimated graduate tuition fees can be found in our Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies section.

3 Costs variable depending on residence style and meal plan.

4 Students living in an apartment-style residence should factor in groceries.

When Are Tuition Fees Due?

Fall term fees are due in early September. Winter term fees are due in early January.

Your tuition invoice will appear online on LORIS. Look under the Student Services tab and select "View Student Invoice." Fall term tuition fees are assessed in mid-July and early August, and adding or dropping courses may change the amount owing. Winter term fees are assessed and invoiced in late November. Check your account status on LORIS at any time after the assessment date. The full amount should be paid by the due date to avoid paying late fees.

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Competitive Scholarships and Awards

Every year, you can apply for competitive scholarships, awards and bursaries by completing an online student profile about yourself.

Contact Service Laurier:

Waterloo Campus Office

T: 519.884.0710 x2800
Office Location: Schlegel Building, first floor

Brantford Campus Office

T: 519.756.8228 x5885
Office Location: Grand River Hall, room 202

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