The following are 2019-2020 fees and are presented as a guideline only. All fees are subject to change without notice.
Deposit and Tuition Payment Options
1. Online Payments
Quickly and easily pay through your Self-Service account with Visa or MasterCard. When paying with credit card, a non-refundable 1.75% user fee will be added.
Please note that we only accept Visa and or MasterCard as form of credit card payments.
2. Internet Banking
Pay online through your financial institution. Allow five business days prior to the payment due date for bank processing. If choosing this option, select Red River College – Tuition Payment’. Your account number is your student number and the term (found at the top of the Registration Statement. I.e. F2017FA’).
3. Wire/Bank Transfer
Fees may be transferred electronically to the College. Allow five to ten business days prior to the payment due date for bank processing. Indicate your name and student number on the remittance form and email a copy to email@example.com.
Royal Bank of Canada, Main Branch
220 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3C 0A5
For Account: Red River College
Financial Institution 003
Transit (Branch) Number 00007
Account Number 154-895-7
Swift Code ROYCCAT2
5. By Mail
Send payment, noting student number, program, and term to:
Controller’s Office, Room C212
2055 Notre Dame Ave.
Winnipeg, MB, R3H OJ9
6. Employment Manitoba, Manitoba Student Aid and Sponsored Students
If you expect to receive funding from either Employment Manitoba (EM) or Manitoba Student Aid (MSA) you are still required to pay the $400 non-refundable/non-transferable deposit by the deposit due date.
If you will be sponsored by an agency other than Canada/Manitoba Student Loan or Employment Manitoba you must either pay your deposit by the deposit due date or have your sponsorship agency submit a completed RRC Sponsorship Authorization form by the deposit due date.
Use loyalty points to pay your tuition fees.
HigherEdPoints allow you to apply Aeroplan or TD Reward Points to your tuition fees. Sign up with HigherEdPoints and follow the steps for the loyalty program. Once you’ve completed the transfer, it will take up to three business days for the points to be applied to your student account.
Domestic applicants must submit a $105 non-refundable application fee with each application. International students must submit a $120 non-refundable application fee with each application. An application fee paid by cheque that is returned NSF will result in the cancellation of the application. The NSF charge plus application fee must be paid before the application will be processed. Applicants with outstanding accounts at the College will not be permitted to apply or register for any College programs.
International applicants: visit International Education for more information.
This fee is non-refundable/non-transferable.
|$105 per program
$120 per program for international students
|Application for Re-Admission Fee
Applicants cannot submit an Application for Re-Admission until they have formally withdrawn from the program in which they wish to be re-admitted.
|$105 per program
$120 per program for international students
|International Foreign Credential Assessment Fee
This fee is the cost for assessing foreign credentials related to admission requirements.
|$66.15 including GST|
The health and dental fees detailed herein are subject to change. Any changes will be communicated to students after they are finalized.
International students: Repatriation and Family Transportation benefits are part of the assessed International Health fee. If you have Manitoba Health coverage, please contact the RRC Student Benefits Plan Office. The Repatriation Fee will be assessed at $60 annually if you opt out of the International Health fee.
|Endowment Fees||$53 per year for applicable programs|
|Fees to Repeat a Portion of the Academic Year||Students who are required to repeat a portion of their academic year for any reason must pay the fees associated with that term before they can continue their program. It is the responsibility of the student, if receiving a Canada Student Loan or a Sponsorship, to apply to the appropriate organization for a reassessment of funds to pay tuition for repeat terms. The student must also advise one of the Student Service Centres of any new funding to avoid late charges or penalties.|
|Health and Dental Plan Fees
The Student Association levies annual mandatory fees to all full-time students who meet the eligibility enrolment criteria. Students may be eligible to opt out of the Health and/or Dental plan if confirmation of alternate coverage and a completed opt-out waiver form is submitted to the RRC Student Benefits Plan Office within 30 calendar days after the start date of the program. The International Health fee is provided by the Student Association and is mandatory for all international students after the provincial government removed and stopped paying for Manitoba Provincial Health for all international students in the province. This International Health coverage will have its own coverage card (separate from the Health and Dental plan coverage card) and will be used for hospital and doctors’ visits, ambulance and other coverage lost by the Manitoba provincial health plan. For further coverage information (Health or Dental), a copy of the opt-out waiver form, or additional information on International Health coverage, please visit My Student Plan.
|Health: $135 (for applicable programs/terms)
Dental: $120 (for applicable programs/terms)
International Health: $730 per year for all international students
|Student Association Fees
The Students’ Association (SA) provides services to its student members including advocacy and consultations, coordinating events and trips, administering the student Health and Dental plan, and providing campus volunteer and job opportunities. The SA also provides funding for furnishings in a variety of student lounges and common spaces at all of our campuses. As well, the SA oversees the campus newspaper (The Projector), provides the Student DayPlanner handbook, coordinates student campus clubs, runs two campus stores, and also supports funding for some college departments.
|Notre Dame Campus and Exchange District Campus
Satellite Campuses (includes Stevenson, Regional Campuses)
Continuing Education Programs
Apprenticeship Programs (includes Stevenson, Regional Campuses)
|Tuition Deposit Fee
Applicant(s) will be required to pay a non-transferable and non-refundable deposit of $400 for each full-time program. Applicants will be notified of the date by which the deposit fee must be paid. Student(s) who are sponsored by a third party organization/company or funded by Employment Manitoba must submit a completed Sponsorship Form or Training Assistance Notification (TAN) Form to RRC before the deposit deadline. Non-payment, or payment of the deposit fee by cheque that is returned NSF, will result in the cancellation of the application. Deposit fees are credited toward the student’s program fees.
An annual fee (divided by and charged per Academic term) which is applicable to most programs and is designed to cover the small equipment costs associated with labs and shop spaces.
|$103 – $298|
An annual fee (divided by and charged per Academic term) which is applicable to most programs and is designed to cover those costs directly associated with running the program including materials and supplies, printing and program specific licenses.
|$82 – $1378|
An annual fee (divided by and charged per Academic term) which is applicable to some programs and is designed to cover system supports for the devices within the program and classroom infrastructure to support BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) programs.
|Technology Infrastructure Fee
An annual fee (divided by and charged per Academic term) which is applicable to most programs and enables the College to progress towards meeting student needs for mobile technology access and technology support services.
|$89 – $178|
Letters and Document Request Fees
View these Document Request Forms.
|Credential Replacement Fee
(Official replacement certificates/diplomas will be issued at the request of the student and receipt of payment)
|$66.15 including GST|
|Confirmation of Enrolment||$17.85 including GST|
|Confirmation of Graduation||$17.85 including GST|
|Archive Search Fee
This fee is for the costs associated with searching for archived documents going back 25 years or further prior to the current year.
|$110.25 including GST|
|Letter of Permission Fee
This fee is for students requesting a letter asking for credit for course(s) taken at another university while on program at RRC.
|$60.90 including GST|
|T2202 Replacement Fee||$17.85 including GST|
This fee is for the official replacement of mark transcripts, which will be issued at the request of the student and upon receipt of payment.
|$29.40 including GST|
Miscellaneous Fees and Charges
Assorted fees and charges at Red River College.
This fee is assessed to student athletes who are on the College Athletic Teams to help offset the cost of Team Gear. Find out more about these services and costs.
|Document Transmission Fee
Fee to fax, email or mail requested documents.
|$6.30 including GST|
|Entrance Test Fees
This fee is for applicants who write entrance tests to determine their eligibility to enter college programs. Students are required to pay a non-refundable entrance testing/assessment fee of $46 per test date prior to writing the test(s).
|Exam Invigilation Fees||$80 for students writing exams outside the regularly scheduled exam time
$80 for non-RRC exams.
|Late Fees||Students whose program/student fees are outstanding five days after the program start date are subject to a late payment fee of $50.
Fees that are still outstanding 29 days after the program start date are subject to an additional late payment fee of up to 7.5% of the outstanding amount in addition to all other amounts owing to the College.
College services including marks, diplomas/certificates and future registrations will be withheld until all financial obligations to the College have been met in full.
A penalty fee will be assessed when a payment is rejected by the student’s financial institution in addition to the applicable late fees.
|Payment Plan Fee
This fee will be assessed to arrange a Payment Plan according to the number of payments.
|$40 – $60|
|Photo ID Card
Photo ID cards are available at the Student Service Centres and are mandatory for College identification purposes. Photo ID cards are required to access various College locations and services including computer labs, gymnasiums, and the Library, and are required to write exams. The Photo ID card fee is $35 (new or replacement); however, full-time program students will have their first Photo ID card fee included in their Student Services Fees assessment.
|Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) fees||$35 – $350|
|Recreation Fee||Full-time Students: $21 per term
Part-time Students: $2 per course
|Supplemental Exam Fee
Students that are eligible to write a Supplemental Exam must pay the $62 fee per exam prior to writing.
|Summer Fitness Centre Student Fee||$31.50 including GST|
Terms and Conditions
Payment of Program and Students’ Association Fees
Program Fees (tuition, lab and materials, technology, software, student service fees and endowment fees) and Students’ Association fees are payable on or before the academic term start date. Where a student registers after the academic term start date, program and Students’ Association fees are due and payable at the time of registration.
Where program/student fees are to be billed to a third party, a completed Sponsorship Authorization form is to be provided by the program deposit deadline. Fees payable by a sponsor are due upon receipt of invoice. Where fees are billed to a third party, any refund shall be returned directly to the third party.
Government Sponsored Student Loan Recipients
Students who have applied for a government sponsored loan are responsible for ensuring the Government Student Loan process is followed and their program/student fees are received by the College by noted deadlines.
Approved government sponsored student loans recipients will have their program/student fees automatically deducted from their student loans. The lending institution will forward the payment directly to the College if the proper process is followed.
Students who have not received their student loans by their program start date must contact one of the Student Service Centres to discuss payment arrangements. Failure to do so will result in the levy of a late fee.
Students whose loan applications are not approved are responsible for making payment arrangements immediately upon notification of non-receipt of the loan. Students are responsible for payment of their course in full, even if their loan application is not approved. All refund procedures and policies apply.
Employment Manitoba Assisted Students
Employment MB assisted students are responsible for paying their portion of program/student fees by the payment due date. Employment MB will remit the assisted portion of the program/student fees directly to RRC. If the Training Assistance Notification (TAN) Form is not received by the College on or before the payment due date, the student is responsible for the entire amount due and/or accrued late fee charges.
Refund Policies and Procedures
(Excluding Contract Training and Regional Campus students*)
- Withdrawal within the first 7% of the term – refund of 100% fees less non-refundable deposit where applicable.
- Withdrawal between 7% and 25% of the term – refund of 50% fees.
- Withdrawal after 25% of the term – no refund
- Health and dental fees are fully refundable up to 30 calendar days from start of the program.
*Full-time Regional Campus students should contact staff at their campus for the refund policy.
A student receiving permission to move from one full-time funded program within the College to another will have the unused portion of their program/student fees credited toward the fees for the new program. This does not include requests for a transfer of funds from full-time funded programs to Continuing Education or Online Education programs.
Applying For Refund/Withdrawal
Students who choose to withdraw from their program of studies, including those who choose not to return for an upcoming term, are responsible for the submission of a completed Full-Time Program Withdrawal Form.
The effective withdrawal date will be the date that the Full-Time Program Withdrawal Form is received by Red River College, and will determine any eligibility for refund. Students are responsible for all applicable fees up to the date the withdrawal form has been received by the College.
Refunds will be processed in the same manner as the original payment method; however cash and debit payments refunds will be made by cheque or directly deposit to your bank account.
Refunds of fees that have been paid with the proceeds of a government sponsored student loan or by a third party will be issued to the lender or third party.
Suspension of a College Program
Students who have applied for or have been accepted into a College program that is later suspended are eligible for a full refund of any program/student fees paid, including the deposit and application fees.
Classroom Delivery (includes Regional Campuses)
A refund of tuition, less the $50 administration fee will be granted to students who officially withdraw from courses (17 hours or more) up to the day before the start of the second class. For workshops (16 hours or less), and some selected courses, partial refunds are available eight days prior to the first class. Subsequent to this, refunds shall not be granted.
A partial refund will be granted if the Continuing Education Office receives the student’s request no later than 10 days after the scheduled start date of the course.
The refundable amount shall be the registration fee less the following:
- the $50 administration fee
- the cost of that part of the course package (including materials, videotapes, readings, etc.) which is not returned in its original condition
- the cost of shipping
- the cost of assignments marked
- the cost of telephone and instructional charges incurred for teleconference and tutorial calls.
Refunds of program/student fees may be reduced by other outstanding debts, such as bookstore charges, parking fees, library fines, etc. Students who fail to pay their accounts within the specified deadlines may have their registration cancelled. College services including marks, diploma/certificate, and future registrations will be withheld until all financial obligations to the College have been met in full.
Tuition and Education Credit Certificate
For income tax purposes, T2202 tax receipts will be available online at the end of February.