This page lists the different types of fees that you will pay, and some fees that you may pay during the course of the admission process or during the academic year.
|Total mandatory fees include tuition, comprehensive fees, course specific fees, the Students Association fee and Health and Dental premium for qualifying students.
Check our fee calculator for detailed fee information for your program.
|This mandatory fee supports academic and health services, athletics and access to recreational facilities.|
|Course Specific Fees|
|These fees cover costs associated with specific courses that are not directly related to instruction. Fees will vary depending on the courses you take.
|Students' Association Fees|
|The Lakeland College Students' Association assesses a membership fee from all students enrolled in credentialed programs.
The Students' Association advocates for all students and their concerns on a local, provincial, and national level. The SA provides several bursaries and other awards each year.
|International Student Fees|
|International students pay a surcharge on tuition.|
|Books, Supplies, Field Trip & Practicum Expenses|
|You are responsible for the cost of classroom materials, books and equipment, field trips, and practicum expenses.
Check out our fee calculator for an estimate of your programs' expenses.
|How to make fee payments|
|Fees are assessed by semester and are due on or before registration day.
How to pay
Paying with Student LoansIf you are paying your fees with a student loan, at least one semester of mandatory fees will be deducted. Saskatchewan student loan holders will have the full year’s mandatory fees deducted, if sufficient funds are available.
Consequences of non-payment
|For most full-time programs, refunds are calculated on the basis of your official withdrawal date. You must follow the proper withdrawal procedure through the Registrar’s Office.
For more information on the dates to withdraw refer to the term dates and academic schedule page.
Tuition and Education Amount Certificates (T2202A) will be issued at the end of February for qualifying programs taken the previous calendar year. Receipts are available online for students with My Lakeland accounts.
Receipts are mailed to apprentices at their home address.
|After you are accepted, you pay a tuition deposit to guarantee your spot in the program.
This applies if:
How much do I owe?
Your program tuition deposit is $250.
There are exceptions. Tuition deposits for the following programs are $500.
Please note tuition deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable.