As a private institution, Marianopolis is only partially subsidized by the government. The balance of funding comes from tuition. RESP funds may be applied toward a student’s education at Marianopolis and Marianopolis tax receipts for tuition are eligible for the calculation of tax credit. 

Each academic year has two semesters. A student is considered to be full-time when registered in four or more courses per semester or for 180 class/lab hours or more per semester.

About one in five Marianopolis students receives financial support, thanks to donations from parents, alumni and friends to The Marianopolis Millennium Foundation and to funding from external bodies.

How to pay tuition

Payment is due on the first day of classes, in full or half, with the balance due within six weeks. Online payment, cheques, money orders and cash are accepted; debit and credit cards are not. Payment may be made to the Business Office, Room A-269; by mail; in person; or online through all major banks.

For more information, please contact Marisa Spagnuolo, (514) 931-8792, ext. 265.

Tuition Fees – 2018/2019 Academic Year
Confirmation Fee (non-refundable) $200 (per year)
Tuition (all programs) $2,750 (per semester)
Student Auxiliary Fee $240 (per year)
Student Association Fee $40 (per year, non-refundable)
Special fees for some Physical Education courses T.B.D.
The Marianopolis Millennium Foundation donation $200 (optional)
Graduation Fee $45 (paid in a student’s third semester)
Part-time studies $190 (per credit)
Unfunded courses (taken outside or beyond diploma requirements) $6.25 (per course hour)
Late Payment Fee $50 plus $20 per month
Returned Cheque Fee $50
Duplicate tax receipts $10 (each)
Out-of-Province Fee

Students who are not Quebec residents as defined by the Ministry of Education must pay an additional $1,540 fee per semester before the beginning of each semester.

International Student Fee

Students studying in Canada on a Student Visa must pay an additional $7,342 fee per year before the beginning of the Fall semester. They are also required to purchase insurance from the College at a cost of $850 per year.

Fees are subject to change depending upon government grants and regulations.


Students can expect to pay approximately $500-$700 for new textbooks. They may also buy used textbooks from other students online. Students receiving financial assistance may be eligible for the College Book Lending Program.

Tax Credits for Tuition

For more information contact your tax specialist or the Business Office, (514) 931-8792, ext. 265, Room A-269.