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Refunds​

It is the student’s responsibility to consult the appropriate advisor and become familiar with Humber’s Academic Regulations, including course and program refund policies.​

Consult an Advisor Before Program or Course Withdrawal​

Students who are considering a program/course withdrawal are strongly advised to consult their program coordinator, in addition to consulting with a representative in the Office of the Registrar. ​

​OSAP recipients should check with a Financial Aid Representative, as withdrawing may affect their current or future OSAP status. If a student withdraws after the semester’s refund date, they are responsible for any outstanding fees and for repayment of OSAP funds to the National Student Loans Service Centre (NSLSC), if applicable. ​

​International students should consult with the International Centre, as withdrawing may affect their status in Canada.

  • Refund requests must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar on or before the tenth official day of the term. There are no refunds after the tenth official day of the start of the term, and students are responsible for paying outstanding fees. 
  • There are no exceptions to the refund policy for students who register late. ​
  • Full-time program fees are a package cost and dropping a course(s) does not qualify for a refund if a student remains in full-time status (this includes students approved for transfer credits). ​
  • Unused Student Contact Hours are not transferable from one semester to another.​

The International Centre provides specific information for international students seeking a refund or deferral.​

International Refund and Deferral Policy 

International Contact Form 

Tuition deposits are non-refundable. Once the $250 (or $1,000 for international students) deposit payment is made, it is automatically withheld and not eligible for refund. ​

Late fees are non-refundable.

Returning students can submit a refund request by logging in to MyHumber > Student > Student Account & Fees > Fee Refund Request eForm. ​

Before requesting a refund, students should review the available refund information and consult the appropriate advisor, as needed. ​

The Last Day to Drop for a Refund deadline for each term can be found on the Academic Calendar. ​

​Note: Full-time programs are charged as a package each term. Course(s) are not charged individually. A dropped course is not eligible for a refund if full-time status is maintained.

Semester One Students Only​

  • New Domestic students must call or email Admissions@humber.ca to discuss their registration status or withdrawal from the semester/program. ​
  • New International students must connect with an International Advisor by submitting the International Contact Form at international.humber.ca/contact.html to discuss their registration status, impact on their study permit, etc.

Refunds will be processed using the same method as the original payment made. Payments made by Visa or MasterCard will be refunded to the credit card that was used.​ Web banking payments will be refunded by INTERAC e-transfer.

Refunds for students who received OSAP may be returned to OSAP through the National Student Loan Service Centre (NSLSC).​

Continuous Professional Learning (CPL) students must log in to the Learner Portal to view the drop/withdrawal/refund options for a registered course.​

CPL Learner Portal 

​If a course is dropped before the drop deadline, a refund will be processed automatically.​ After the allowable drop date, the student must contact the Faculty running the course or submit a refund review application to the Office of the Registrar via email at enquiry@humber.ca.