You will only be eligible for a refund if you let Humber College know by the tenth (10th) day of classes that you will not be attending school.
Humber College will charge you an administration fee of $1,000 CAD for academic programs or $500 CAD for the English for Academic Purposes program.
If Canadian Immigration denies your visa/study permit, the administration fee will also be refunded. Submit your visa/study permit denial letter for the current term and attach it to the enquiry form; by the tenth (10th) day of classes.
If you receive a decision on your study permit after the tenth (10th) day of classes, you may request a refund of the administration fee, which was held back, until the first day of classes of the following semester. Submit your visa/study permit denial letter for the current term and attach it to the enquiry form.
Please refer to Humber’s Academic Regulations; for important dates and information. Any requests received beyond these dates will be denied.
No exceptions to the refund policy will be made.
You may transfer your tuition fees for up to two consecutive terms (8 months) for academic programs and (4 months) for EAP programs, provided you make the request prior to the 10th day of classes. After two deferrals, tuition will no longer be deferred and the administration fee of $1,000 CAD for academic programs or $500 CAD for the English for Academic Purposes program will not be refunded.
Pre-registration: You may only transfer your tuition deposit within one academic year. It is not transferrable between academic years.
Post-registration: Your tuition deposit is not transferrable. The only exception to this policy is in cases of documented medical illness. To request a refund, please complete and submit the enquiry form.
Refund of fees paid by credit card will be returned to the original credit card.
Refund of fees paid by web banking and debit card will be issued by cheque to the original sender.
Refund of fees paid by wire transfer will be refunded via wire to the original sender.