The charge for auditing a course is 50% of the normal course fee or the withdrawal charge at the time of the change to audit status, whichever is greater. This applies to all students including those in the flat fee system as audit courses are not for credit or able to be applied towards your program/degree.
Students 60 years of age or older by the first week of class may opt for a tuition waiver for undergraduate courses listed, excluding Faculty of Education Adult Education courses. Tuition is the only fee waived. The seniors waiver does not cover graduate courses. Audit fees are included in the waiver coverage. Those senior students opting for the waiver are still responsible for the payment of all ancillary fees, including per credit and sessional fees applicable for the course load taken. Students must contact the Brock Central to request a waiver.
Should the student not successfully complete a course or withdraws from a course, they will be required to pay the tuition or withdrawal fees.
Challenge for credit
The charge for challenging a course for credit is 50% of the year 1 UG ARTS course fee for the course.
Effective 2010-11 fall and winter as approved by the Brock University Senate on March 24, 2010, co-op work terms will now be a new co-op education half credit course which will carry an applicable tuition charge. With the introduction of the new co-op credit and payable tuition, administrative fees currently tied to work terms will be eliminated. This course structure will allow students to acquire 0.5 additive credits for these co-op specific activities. The additive credits cannot be used to replace course work that is required for an academic degree. They apply strictly to the requirements of obtaining a co-op certification on your degree.
Nursing practicum fees 2022 (subject to change) 2023 Fees TBD
Students in the Nursing program will be assessed a practicum fee in the following manner:
This practicum fee is broken down and charged as students register in the following courses: