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Tuesday April 22nd, 2014

Posted at 8:09pm

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Tuition, meal plan and residence fees are going up at the University of Windsor.

The university says that following the four-year tuition fee framework set by the provincial government in March 2013, the average annual tuition fee increase for all UWindsor students for the 2014/15 year will be capped at 3%. Tuition for domestic undergraduate students enrolled in business, engineering, computer science or law will increase to the maximum of 5% in the first two years and 4% in years three and four.

Domestic students enrolled in graduate programs in computer science, engineering, business administration, and social work programs will increase to the maximum of 5% in the first two years and 4% in years three and four. Other Masters qualifying programs will see a 3% increase in all four years, but there will be no increase in other Master’s candidate or PhD programs.

As well, undergraduate tuition fees for international students will increase within a range of 6% to1 10% for the first year, and an increase of 5% for years two through four, depending on the program.

Fees for international graduate students will increase in the first year between 4.9% and 9.6% with an increase of 5% for subsequent years, based on the program.

You can find a complete listing of tuition and ancillary fees here, a listing of the new meal plan fees here and a look at the new residence fees here.

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