Enrolment Deposits and How They Work

Posted by York & U on June 19, 2012

Get In The Know

After accepting your offer of admission, one of the top requirements for every new York student is to book and attend an enrolment appointment. You’ll learn about your program requirements, important deadlines, transfer credit if applicable and…enrol in  your courses! This is, of course, very key.

But after you are finished your appointment (and attended York’s RED Zone to get ready for the fall), you will need to pay your enrolment deposit. An enrolment deposit is a $450 deposit that reserves your place in your courses. If you do not pay your deposit, you could lose your spot. The deposit is not an additional fee. It is applied towards part of your tuition for the semester. If you do not pay your enrolment deposit within five business days of enrolling, you could risk being de-enrolled from your courses. Until you pay the deposit, you are not fully registered.

To avoid having to enrol all over again, it’s important that you pay your enrolment deposit on time. This can easily be done by visiting your bank, paying online or paying by telephone banking. Specific information about how to pay your student account  can be found on the Registrar’s Office website.

Even though you may have received this information during your enrolment appointment, small but important details may have been lost in the sea of information you received. If you have any trouble paying your enrolment deposit, contact the Student Client Services at 416-872-9675.