Make the most of the financial resources available to you as a UBC student. Start with your Enrolment Services Professional (ESP), who will work with you to understand your costs and support options, and help make a plan to fund your studies.
Tuition and fees
Tuition due dates
|Winter Session 2014/15||Summer Session 2015|
|Term 1||September 3, 2014||Term 1||May 13, 2015|
|Term 2||January 7, 2015||Term 2||July 6, 2015|
Resources and tools
- Budgeting basics
Reflect on your spending habits and learn how to balance your budget and manage your spending.
- I have a budget, what's next?
Learn how to be proactive and take control of your finances.
- Stick to your spending plan
You’ve built your budget and made your spending plan. What’s next?
- Student loans and graduation
If you have student loans and are graduating, it's important to know your next steps so you can stay on track.
Facing an unexpected financial emergency and don’t know what to do? Contact an Enrolment Services Professional. Your ESP can help you through this difficult time and ensure that you receive the appropriate support.
The resources below will help you stay in good financial standing during your studies.
- Course load guide: student loan and interest-free status eligibility
- UBC's regulations on awards: maintaining your award eligibility
- Policy 67: late payment of fees and accounts
ESPs are always available to help with tuition, loans, awards and financial planning.