In order to align with Provincial Health Officer's recommendations regarding physical distancing (also known as social distancing), in-person services are currently unavailable.
Full fees are due after you register. Pay by Online Banking through your bank or credit union by using the same method as paying your bills online:
Ensure full fees are paid three business days before the start of the course/program.
Students in the Paralegal certificate and diploma follow the same rules as academic registration. Follow the payment methods set by the Office of the Registrar for academic programming.
In an effort to keep Continuing Education courses affordable, students do not pay semester fees. As a result, Continuing Education students are not eligible for free transit with UPASS, shuttle services between campuses, and health and dental insurance.
UFV Financial Aid and Awards offers several bursaries to Continuing Education students:
For information on these bursaries and how to apply, please visit UFV bursaries.
Cancellations by UFV
Withdrawals by student
*Withdrawal fees are subject to change.
The T2202A is a government-approved form that shows how much tuition you paid for the prior calendar year and what your education credits are for the period. T2202As are not mailed.
All UFV students, current and past, can print T2202A tax forms from myUFV. Login and make the following selections:
For further assistance, printing tax forms please contact the Office of the Registrar.
Upgrading and University Preparation (UUP) programs and courses can help you upgrade your academic and workplace skills. Tuition is free for domestic students.Learn more about UUP