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|Room Type||Meal Plan||Installment #1|
(By offer deadline)
(Aug. 2, 2022)
(Nov. 30, 2022)
|Semester||Room Type||Meal Plan||Total|
|Fall 2022 Only||Single||Plan A||$10,523.72|
|Fall 2022 Only||Double||Plan A||$9,038.22|
|Winter 2023 Only||Single||Plan A||$10,908.50|
|Winter 2023 Only||Double||Plan A||$9,367.99|
|Notice of Cancellation||Refund and/or Cancellation Fee|
|On or before May 31, 2022||$2000 refunded|
|June 1, 2022 to August 1, 2022||$1000 refunded|
|August 2, 2022 - August 15, 2022||No deposit refund ($2000)|
|August 16, 2022 - September 3, 2022||No deposit refund ($2000) + cancellation fee ($500)|
|Departure Date||Departure Fee|
|September 4, 2022 - November 30, 2022||$1500|
|December 1, 2022 - January 31, 2023||$2000|
Please note that Early Arrival is only for those who are experiencing circumstances that are unavoidable and are requesting special consideration to arrive early (prior to September 2). Accommodations will be considered on a case by case basis.
Students arriving prior to September 2 are expected to fill out the Chestnut Summer 2022 application on the StarRez Portal. On the ‘Booking Term’ page, please add, “Early Arrival,” in the booking code box.
*Depending on the number of students in house, Food Services may be able to re-commence service, but it is closed at this time.
Looking to stay over the summer? Chestnut Residence is open.
Residence fees for upper year students will be posted to ACORN mid-July to early August.
For first year students, please follow the steps below:
Please refer to our Fees page for further details including deadlines for payments.
For more information about payments options, please review the University of Toronto Student Accounts payment information.
Yes, you can make both payment installments at the same time.
Residence fees cannot be deferred (like tuition fees).
Please note as well that OSAP funding has not typically been able to cover the full costs of both tuition and residence fees. As such, you’ll want to ensure you plan accordingly and we suggest first connecting with your Registrar’s office to determine what options may available to you in terms of financial aid (grants, bursaries, etc.).
Under the Income Tax Act, universities are exempt from paying municipal property taxes. As such, Residence fees cannot be claimed as rent for income tax purposes.
The Ontario Income Tax Act stipulates that all students living in designated university (tax-exempted) student residences are limited to an Ontario Energy and Property Tax Credit claim based on an occupancy cost of $25 for the time they resided in the student residence. Therefore, the amount that can be claimed for income tax purposes is $25 and not the full amount of residence fees paid. On Line 6114 (Student Residences) of your income tax return, tick the box to claim $25 as your occupancy cost for the part of the year you lived in residence.
For more information, please visit the Ontario Ministry of Finance website.
You can find out more details by visiting our Fees section