How much will university cost?
From information on tuition and fees to tips on budgeting, we can help ensure you make the most of your resources while attending university. If you're a current student, please consult Dal Online for information about your individual financial account. For financial advice, please drop by the Enrolment Services Centre, Room 202, 2nd Floor Cumming Hall, 62 Cumming Drive.
Important changes to Payment Options
Credit cards are not accepted for payment of account balances (tuition, fees, housing and meal plans). Credit cards are accepted for application fees and deposits. See details on other payment options.
Money transferred to a student’s account are not to exceed the annual charges associated with tuition and ancillary fees. Funding for off-campus and personal expenses is to be sent directly to the student. Overpayment on a student's account may result in funds being withheld and applied toward future term fees for up to one academic year.
Great News! Online banking payments can now be made with most Canadian banks, by creating Dalhousie University as a biller/payee, and using your B00xxxxxx as your account number. See payments for complete details.
International students can also make payments, in your home currency, through Western Union’s GlobalPay system. See details on how to make a payment using GlobalPay.
Tuition & Fees
2018/19 tuition & fees are due and payable as of September 18, 2018 for the Fall semester and January 19, 2019 for the Winter semester.
Don't miss a deadline
Our list of important financial dates will help you keep track of when you need to pay specific fees and deposits and apply for refunds.
We have a well-deserved reputation for providing excellent scholarship and bursary opportunities for students. Each year, the Agricultural Campus provides upwards of $1,000,000 in awards, and over two-thirds of our student population benefits from these awards. Discover some of the funding resources that are available to students including bursaries, scholarships, student loans, financial aid and student lines of credit.