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Important information regarding tuition fee payments

The Government of Quebec has rescinded the tuition fee increase. However, Concordia cannot make any adjustments until it receives official directives from the government
September 28, 2012

The Government of Quebec has rescinded the tuition fee increase of $8.47 per credit for the 2012-13 academic year. However, Concordia cannot make any adjustments to student accounts until it receives official directives from the government.

As of September 28, current student accounts include the increase of $8.47 per credit. Students who do not pay the increase of $8.47 per credit, for fall 2012 registrations, will not be charged a late fee.

Accounts will be adjusted as soon as the university is officially notified by the government. The university will notify all students about the adjustments by posting information on the MyConcordia portal and by sending a mass email to all students.

How to access your student account:
Visit the MyConcordia student portal landing page to log in. Then look under the MyConcordia menu and click on Student Account Services. You will find your account under the section, Student’s Account.
 
Related link:
•    Tuition and fees
•    "Tuition fees due Sept. 30" - NOW, September 25, 2012



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