Tuition and fees
Students pursuing the Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) usually enter the University as first year students in the Faculty of Arts & Science with Guaranteed Admission (GA) to the Rotman Commerce program. Students enrolled in Arts & Science do not officially enter a program of study until their second year (or after they have completed 4.0+ full-course equivalents). Therefore, first year students planning to study in Rotman Commerce pay the same tuition as all other Arts & Science students in their first year.
Second year onwards
Starting in second year, Rotman Commerce students pay a set full-time program fee for a full-time course load (3.0-6.0 FCEs). Rotman Commerce has deregulated tuition fees that are higher than the regular Arts & Science fees. Students pay these higher tuition fees until they complete their BCom degree (which may include courses taken after their program requirements have been completed).
Students who attend part-time (0.5-2.5 FCEs over the full Fall/Winter session) pay fees per course. The course fee for 0.5 FCE is 1/10 of the Rotman Commerce program fee. Summer session fees, both full-time and part-time, are charged on a per course basis.
Students who enter Rotman Commerce from outside of the Guaranteed Admission stream or who are granted an extension on their admission guarantee are charged retroactively for all courses completed after the session in which they finished their fourth full-course equivalent, including any transfer credits awarded.
- Tuition and Refund Schedules - 2020-21 Fall/Winter Session
- Tuition Fee Schedules – Planning and Budget
Fees are determined by the Office of the Vice-President and Provost at the University of Toronto. Future fees and policies on tuition increases are posted here.
- Student Accounts website
Fees are managed by U of T Student Accounts, who are responsible for posting tuition and incidental fees, processing payments, issuing refunds and applying service charges. Students should always review the information on their website when deciding on or making changes to their course load for the session.
For complete details on Rotman Commerce fees, please refer to the Faculty of Arts & Science’s information on deregulated fee programs.