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The University reserves the right to change the published schedule of fees without notice. If a change is announced, the University will make every effort to notify students; however, the University will not be responsible for notification.
These days a university education requires a substantial financial commitment. After reviewing your education related expenses, you may find that you need additional funds to pursue your education. If that is the case, you may be eligible for financial assistance. Waterloo's Student Awards and Financial Aid Office coordinates various programs for students with financial needs. These include government and uWaterloo financial aid programs - some of which are non-repayable. Check out the Student Awards and Financial Aid Office website for details.
A bursary, equivalent to the tuition fee, is available for eligible senior citizens. To be eligible you must be a Canadian citizen and 65 years of age by: November 1 for the fall term; January 1 for the winter term; May 1 for the spring term. To claim this bursary, you must submit proof of age (e.g., photocopy of your birth certificate) along with a signed promissory note to the Finance Office, on or before the due dates. Seniors are responsible for all other fees associated with the course.