Paying for My Education

Tuition rates at Corpus Christi College are competitive with other public universities in British Columbia.

Understanding Your Costs

It's important to understand the costs associated with your post-secondary education and budget accordingly for your scenario.

Use the Financial Planning and Budget worksheets below to calculate the cost of your education and determine how you will pay for school.
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Every student’s situation is unique. See below for a variety of scenarios when planning your budget. Explore our Financial Aid and Scholarship options for more information on how to pay for school!


  • I will be living with my parents

    Things to consider

    • A great option because living away from home can be expensive. 
    • By utilizing the Success Program services, you can save on monthly transportation costs. 
    • Access the Corpus Christi College app and connect with students to find ride-sharing options. 

    In addition to tuition and fees, you can expect to pay for

    • Bus pass or gas
    • Textbooks
    • Meals & snacks
    • Entertainment

  • I want to live on campus

    Things to consider

    • Corpus Christi College is a commuter campus and therefore does not provide residence to students.
    • The College recommends seeking housing at Carey Centre or at St. Andrew’s Hall, but we cannot guarantee our students housing at these residences. 
    • Contact these residences and be persistent. Students often change their mind or find other housing before September, so even if it seems like there is no vacancy, a room may become available at the end of August or beginning of September. 

    In addition to tuition and fees, you can expect to pay for

    • Textbooks
    • Room & board
    • Cell phone
    • Entertainment

  • I want to live on my own

    Things to consider

    • Living on your own is expensive. You have to pay rent, buy and prepare your own food, do your laundry, pay your bills, etc. All of which can become very stressful if you are not careful with your money. 
    • Build your financial knowledge at The Money Belt.
    • By assessing your financial situation, developing a budget and spending your money wisely, you will be keeping your stress levels in check which will allow you to remain focused on your studies. After all you are still a full-time college student. 

    In addition to tuition and fees, you can expect to pay for

    • Bus pass or gas
    • Textbooks 
    • Rent
    • Food

    (What you buy and how often you eat out determines how much you will spend on food.)
    • Cell Phone
    • Household items
    (Cleaning supplies, shampoo, toilet paper, furnishings, etc...) 
    • Entertainment
    • Other expenses
    (Laundry, insurance, etc...)



Domestic Tuition


Tuition per course

Tuition per BUSN course$936.00
Tuition per Audit$398.40

International Tuition


Tuition per course

Tuition per BUSN course $3510.00
Tuition per Audit$1494.00


Domestic and International Fees


UBC Alma Mater Society Membership* 
U-Pass, Extended Health and Dental, AMS Fees:
             - AMS (per year)
             - Extended Health (per year)
             - U-Pass (per semester)

$277.50 ($185 for Winter intake)
$176.80 ($44.20 per month, starting Summer 1 2022)
UBC Recreation Fee (optional, annual)*$235.43
Student Activity Fee (per semester - Fall/Winter) $225
Student Activity Fee (per semester - Summer)  $112.50

Tuition and fees effective Fall 2022.
  • Other Fees

    • Application fee, domestic and international, full-time & part-time
      $65.00 (one-time, non-refundable) 
    • Deferred exam fee 
      $50.00 (per instance)
    • Grade appeal
      $25.00 (per instance) 
    • Graduation Fee
    • Transcript request, regular
      $10.00 (per request) 
    • Transcript request, rush
      $20.00 (per request)
    • Confirmation of Enrolment
      $5.00 (per request)
    • Letter of Permission**   

      $5.00 (per request)
    • Replacements or duplicates of official documents 
      $10.00 (per instance) 
    • NSF fee*** 
      $25.00 (per instance) 
    • Late payment fee 
      $150.00 (per instance) 
    • Wire transfer fee 
      $25.00 (per instance)



*These fees are paid to St. Mark's College. See
**If you plan to enroll as a visiting student at another institution, you must request a Letter of Permission through your My Lion account, send a copy of your invoice for the course at the other post-secondary institution to Admissions & Records before the add/drop deadline each semester, and send your final transcript from the other post-secondary institution to Admissions & Records.
*** If a cheque is returned for non-sufficient funds after the tuition deadline, the student will also incur the late payment fee of $150.00.

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