- Financial Services (JD)
- Joint Program Tuition
2016-2017 JD Program Fee
Tuition and fees will be charged to your student account at York.
Your York student account reflects all charges (tuition, fees and on-campus rent) and credits (payments, scholarships, bursaries, etc). It is your responsibility to review your student account to ensure that transactions are correct.
Joint Program Fees
The JD/MBA Program is comprised of eight terms. In total, you will pay Osgoode tuition for 5 terms and Schulich tuition for 3 terms. For more information about when you pay which school, please contact the Financial Services Office. Please check the Schulich website to view their current tuition.
JD/MES and JD/MA Philosophy
Students in the JD/MES and JD/MA Philosophy program pay Osgoode tuition for all terms spent at Osgoode (6 terms in total) and the other faculty’s tuition when completing work at the other faculty. Please review the relevant faculty’s website to confirm their current tuition.
First year students must pay a $450 registration deposit by the deadline specified with their offer of admission.
Tuition and ancillary fees are due in two installments:
- Fall tuition is due on the first day of classes
- Winter tuition is due on January 10
*Please note: Ontario residents who need a deferral of the Fall tuition deadline must apply to the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) before June 30. Deferrals are not available to out-of-province students. For more information about applying for OSAP click here.
Your York student number is the York “account” number you will use when paying your bill through online banking. For further details, please click here or visit your bank’s website.
Any entrance and upper year scholarships which you have been awarded will be applied towards your tuition. You are responsible for paying the balance.
Waivers and Payments by a Third Party
For more information on fee waivers and fees paid by external agencies (including Indigenous and First Nations governments) click here.
York University may withhold enrollment, graduation privileges, academic services, transcript requests and other services for any student until all financial liabilities are settled. It is your responsibility to make arrangements to cover the cost of your education and meet all payment deadlines.
Under exceptional circumstances, Osgoode and the University may agree to discuss payment arrangements. Students who cannot pay the full amount of their fees by the due date are expected to make arrangements for monthly payments to reduce their outstanding balance as quickly as possible. Students experiencing difficulty meeting their financial obligations should contact the Office of Student Financial Services.