Tuition & Fees

Affordable tuition with no hidden fees

Think you can’t afford Booth University College tuition because we’re a private, Christian school? Think again! We’re committed to providing affordable education with no hidden fees. With our scholarships, you’ll see that earning a degree at Booth UC is on par with costs at other Canadian universities. Plus, you’ll get the many benefits of studying at a private Christian higher education school.

Tuition and fees information

Tuition estimate is built on 10 courses per year (5 per term). Textbook costs are estimated at $1,200. 

Canadian students

Tuition & feesPer CourseTermAnnual
Student Services fees$60$300$600
Estimated tuition & fees$921$4,605$9,210

USA students

Tuition & feesPer CourseTermAnnual
Student Services fees$60$300$600
Estimated tuition & fees$1,179$5,895$11,790

Annual Health Insurance $767. United States figures include Minnesota Tuition Reciprocity. 

International students

Tuition & feesPer CourseTermAnnual
Student Services fees$60$300$600
Estimated tuition & fees$1,296$6,480$12,960

Application Fee $150.

If you receive a letter of acceptance from Booth University College, you will be required to make a $500 CDN offer deposit within one month and a $9000 CDN International student deposit by August 1st, if you are applying for the fall term, or December 1st, if you are applying for the winter term.

Annual Health Insurance $767.


Living on Booth UC Campus is affordable and convenient. The cost to live on our campus is significantly less than what it costs at colleges and universities in the United States.

Residence (per academic year)
Residence (including 2 meals/day, Monday – Friday)$5,850
Damage Deposit$300
Estimated Residence$6,150

Billing, payment, and your student account

At Booth University College, tuition and fees are due at the start of each term.

Tuition and fees are calculated based on a number of factors, including but not limited to the selection of course load, whether you plan to live on campus, textbooks and school supplies.

If you receive any scholarships, awards, or bursary support from Booth University College, they will be applied to your student account as they are awarded.

Explore our scholarships and awards

To guarantee eligibility for scholarships, apply for admission by March 31st. Go to the Scholarships & Awards page for information and application forms

Financial support

You may be eligible for financial aid to help with your tuition costs. Go to the Financial Support page to see the options available.

2021 – 2022 Academic year

(September 1, 2021 – July 31, 2022)

Tuition and fees are calculated based on a number of factors including, but not limited to, the selection of course load, whether a student plans to live on campus, incidental fees, etc. Tuition and fees apply to students taking a maximum course load of 10 courses per year. (All amounts shown in Canadian dollars.)

Apply today

There’s no application fee for Canadian and US applicants, so apply today.

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Domestic student health plan

All Booth UC Domestic Students are automatically enrolled in a comprehensive extended health and dental plan unless they have comparable coverage through a parent or spouse’s plan.

International student health plan

Purchasing International Student Health Plan coverage is mandatory for all international students registered at Booth University College. You do not need to register or apply for the International Student Health Plan as this will be done automatically and will be included in your fee payments. The Plan will provide 12-months of coverage from September 1 – August 31 at a cost of $767 (single student). Read the International Student Emergency Health Plan


Our Admissions team is happy to provide more information or schedule a campus visit to Booth University College so you can tour our campus in person.

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