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Grande Prairie Campus
If you are applying to GPRC for the first time, a $70 non-refundable application fee must accompany your application. For international (visa) students, the fee is $140 Canadian.
Tuition Fee Consultation
The College policy on Tuition Fee Consultation ensures involvement of student representatives in working groups, committees, or other structures allowing students on-going input into budget developments affecting fees. If you have questions about the consultation process or if you have questions or require additional information about College tuition and fees, please contact Student Services.
Fees and Deposits
Please note the tuition fees may be subject to change. For current information please contact Student Services or see our website.
If you are receiving funding from an outside agency and they would like to be invoiced directly for your educational costs, you must arrange to have them complete a Confirmation of Sponsorship form. This form is available in the Financial Aid Office or on the Financial Aid section of our website and the Financial Aid Team would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.
This form, outlining what costs the sponsoring agency is willing to cover for you (i.e. tuition, fees, books, supplies, tuition deposit), must be received by the payment deadline specified (see Fee Payment) or you may be assessed a late payment penalty.
Non-refundable Tuition Deposits
Students are required to pay a $250 non-refundable deposit* at the time of registration for the academic year. This deposit will be applied to your account toward tuition fees.
The tuition deposit will not be refunded.
*Students in Perioperative Nursing and Harley-Davidson® Technician programs are required to pay a $500 non-refundable tuition deposit at the time of registration.
Fees for International Students
International students are required to have registration fees paid in full at the time of registration.
The information on instructional fees, tuition and other fees for full-time programs is listed in the Estimated Program Fees on the College website. These amounts are subject to change without notice.
Students registering on a part-time basis should refer to specific course fees listed in the Build Timetable/Course Search on the website. Course specific fees are normally published by April 1.
Withdrawal for Non-Payment of Fees
If you do not pay tuition and/or fees, or do not make formal arrangements for a payment plan by the final fee payment due date, as outlined in the Guidelines for Academic Schedule, you may be withdrawn from your program and all courses. The Registrar’s Office is responsible for official notification of withdrawal and for information as to whether or not reinstatement options are available. The deadline for reinstatement into the program and courses, if available, is no later than 10 working days from the date of withdrawal. You will be charged a $50 non-refundable reinstatement fee.
Students who have permission to register as an audit student will generally be assessed 50 percent of the published course tuition fee. Other course fees may apply. A fee reduction may not be available if other discounts have already been applied.
Cost Recovery Fees
Students enrolling in cost recovery courses, such as Spring travel courses and continuing education courses, can expect fees that may vary from those published in this calendar.
Students enrolling in distance delivered courses can expect additional fees that may include shipping and materials fees. The fees are normally listed as Auxiliary Fees on your fee assessment.
International Student Fees
Tuition fees for International Students are assessed at twice the domestic student rates. Further information is available from Student Services.
Students registering on a part-time basis should refer to specific course fees listed in the timetable and listed on the website. Course specific fees are normally published by April 1.
University Program Fees
Tuition fees for third and fourth year university level courses offered in collaboration with Athabasca University, the University of Alberta, and the University of Calgary are normally set at University rates. See also Wellness Fees.
Course Auxiliary Fees
If you are registered in specific courses in which specialized equipment or materials, etc. are part of the learning environment, an auxiliary fee will be assessed. Auxiliary fees may vary from course to course. Fees for specific courses will be published in the timetable.
All courses carry a fee to cover administrative costs such as graduation and library services.
- $14.00 per course
- $27.25 flat rate for Apprenticeship Programs
- Repeat Final Examination $20
- Reappraisal of Final Examination $20, may be refunded if reappraisal results in a higher grade
- Challenge Examinations 50 percent of published tuition fees for the course
- Prior Learning Assessment 50 percent of published tuition fees for the course
Parchment Replacement Fee $20
Replacement ID Cards $10
Official Transcript $10
A $30 damage deposit is assessed for each chemistry lab course. If you are responsible for damage to laboratory equipment, the full replacement costs will be charged against the damage deposit. Damage costs in excess of the damage deposit will result in the same penalties as other unpaid accounts until the total debt is paid.
Please check program specific important dates located on our GPRC website.
Fees can be paid each semester by one of the following methods:
- Cheques or money-orders made payable to Grande Prairie Regional College
- Direct Debit.
- Payments by credit card (American Express, MasterCard or VISA) may be made via Plastiq online through the Financial Tab on your myGPRC account or at gprc.me/payfees.
- Internet bill payment options available at most financial institutions, using Grande Prairie Regional College as the payee and your Student ID number as the account number
All payments should include your student identification number. International students are required to have registration fees paid in full at time of registration.
If the above fee payment deadlines cause undue hardship, please speak with Student Services as there may be payment options available.
Late Payment Fee
If you do not meet the payment deadlines, you may be assessed a late payment fee. A $50 penalty will be charged to accounts with an outstanding balance of $250 or more. If you are unable to meet the payment deadlines, you should consult Financial Aid prior to the deadline. If you do not pay tuition and/or fees or make formal arrangements by the final fee payment due date, as outlined in the Guidelines for Academic Schedule, you may be withdrawn from your program and all courses.
Withholding Academic Results and Credentials - Financial Holds
The College reserves the right to withhold the granting of official transcripts, certificates and diplomas to students who have not returned College property such as textbooks, equipment or supplies, or who owe money to the College. Students in these situations normally have a hold placed on their student accounts. While your account is on hold you will not be permitted to register for other courses and you will not receive transcripts or credentials.
If you have applied to graduate and have not cleared outstanding accounts, you may not be allowed to participate in Convocation ceremonies and you will not receive graduation documents until your account is in good standing.
The deadline for you to drop Fall or Winter registrations for full tuition and fee refund is declared in Important Dates. A student withdrawn for disciplinary reasons shall be ineligible for a refund of fees. Wherein the College has a contract with an outside agency that agrees to cover a student’s tuition and fees, the terms and conditions dealing with refunds may differ from College policy.
Grande Prairie Campus
Lockers are available for rental online (payment by credit card only).
- Small lockers with a combination lock, $10
- Medium lockers with a combination lock, $25
- Large lockers with a combination lock, $35
Locker rentals are also available for change rooms in the Fitness Centre. You may wish to contact the Fitness Centre Office directly for information on their lockers.
You will want to clear out your locker at the end of the semester. The College will not be responsible for any belongings left in the locker at the end of your rental period.
Printing is charged at a cost of $0.10 per sheet (each sheet represents 2 pages, when printed double-sided).
You will have a printing account established with a credit balance at the beginning of each course. For credit courses, you will receive a credit equivalent to $1.00 per credit of courses that you are enrolled in. For non-credit courses (i.e. Apprenticeship), you will receive a credit equivalent to $1.00 per week of study.
You may add to your printing balance at any time by purchasing additional credits online using a credit card, or by purchasing additional credits at the Library or at Student Services (Grande Prairie Campus only).
Grande Prairie Campus
- $10 per course
- $10 per course for Collaborative Programs
At GPRC, we believe in a healthy body and a healthy mind, which is why the Student Wellness Program was created. As such, each GPRC credit student pays an administration fee for courses offered at both the Grande Prairie & Fairview campuses.
The intent of the program is to allow students to learn lifelong skills in the area of well-being and good health and to put them into practice. Students have the opportunity to develop these skills through free access to the GPRC Fitness Centre and Climbing Gym, as well as access to a variety of wellness programs, seminars, activities and special events.
Options may include subsidies in local GP league recreation fees, Campus Recreation--Intramural Sports like volleyball, basketball, dodgeball, Ultimate Frisbee, etc., many fitness class opportunities such as, yoga classes, sculpt fitness, bootcamps, dance lessons, Zumba, nutrition seminars, self-defence classes, as well as weight room orientations and training options, and much more!
With added growth each year, Student Wellness has many useful resources and networks that will be healthy alternatives for students, giving students a higher understanding of what it means to lead an active and healthy lifestyle and to find out more of what's going on in the world of wellness.
Students’ Association Fees
Students’ Association establishes rates for Students’ Association fees that are assessed upon registration. These fees are due and payable under the same terms and conditions as tuition fees.
Students registering in credit courses will be assessed Students’ Association fees as follows:
Distance - $5.97 per credit
Grande Prairie Campus
- $8.75 per credit Students' Association fee for university transfer, certificate and diploma programs
- $56.64 Students' Association fee for 6-week Apprenticeship programs
- $75.52 Students' Association fee for 8-week Apprenticeship programs
- $94.40 Students' Association fee for 10-week Apprenticeship programs
- $113.28 Students' Association fee for 12-week Apprenticeship programs
- $151.04 Students' Association fee per semester for 16-week Trades Program
- $52.44 Students' Association fee for 6-week Apprenticeship programs
- $69.92 Students' Association fee for 8-week Apprenticeship programs
- $87.40 Students' Association fee for 10-week Apprenticeship programs
- $104.88 Students' Association fee for 12-week Apprenticeship programs
- $139.84 Students' Association fee for one-semester programs
- $279.68 Students' Association fee for one-year programs
Student Health and Dental Plan
Fees for the Student Health and Dental Plan are subject to changes by the Insurer.
The College assumes all students have basic health care coverage. Students registered in most full-time credit programs may be enrolled in the mandatory extended student health plan. A student may opt out of this plan if s/he can prove extended coverage by another plan. Full-time is defined for this purpose as nine or more credits of study. Please refer to eligibility requirements on the SAGPRC website.
You will be assessed health and dental fees at a rate based upon the semester in which you enrolled. If you wish to add other family members to the plan, there will be additional charges. Information pertaining to the premium and specific benefits can be obtained at the Students’ Association office. Student Health and Dental Plan fees are due on the same date as other fees for the semester.
Option to Waive Health and Dental Fees
Total Health Fees
Opt Out Deadline
Sep 24, 2018
Jan 18, 2019
Students who have extended health and dental coverage may opt out of the plan by completing the required on-line waiver as per the dates listed. Waivers are valid as long as you continue to be a GPRC student. Please see www.sagprc.com for more information.