For complete details on fees associated with your studies and deadline dates, please see the sections below:
Inform yourself about our Application Deadline Dates. If you receive an Offer of Admission, take note of any deadlines outlined in your Offer Letter (to submit documents, meet conditions, or accept your Offer).
Although applications are received on a continual basis, we recommend that interested applicants submit a complete application package by the following dates:
We are still accepting applications for most graduate programs. The application cycle for Fall 2020 intake has closed for the following programs: Masters of Clinical Psychology, Master of Computer Science, Masters of Public Health and the PhD in Health Sciences. Graduate programs may close at any time once the deadline has passed pending space availability.
July - August
For intake dates for specific graduate programs, visit our Start Terms for Academic Programs page.
Class Registration Dates
Fall/Winter Semester registration begins late January - and closes Mid September
Spring/Summer Semester registration begins late January - and closes Early May
Fall Semester (September - December)
Spring/Summer Orientation 2021 - TBD
Academic Dates & Holidays
For a list of academic dates (such as the first day of classes, exam period, etc), please visit Important Dates on the Academic Calendar.
For a list of other important dates (such as holidays, convocation ceremony, etc), please visit Other Dates on the Academic Calendar
Fee Payment Dates
For the most up-to-date details on payment deadlines, visit our Payment Due Dates website.
When applying through Lakehead University's online application form, the Application Fees are as follows:
Undergraduate Application: CAD $135
Document Evaluation Fee:
$60.00 (CAD) for all applicants who have completed post-secondary studies
These fees do not include the cost to order and send transcripts from your past or current educational institutions.
2020-2021 Fall/Winter Tuition Fees:
Note: Tuition fees change each spring. 2020-21 fees are now posted.
Ancillary fees go toward programs and facilities that improve a student's experience and education. For example, they include Athletic Building Fund, Computer Enhancement (Technology) Fee, LU Radio Fee, to name a few. Ancillary fees vary depending on your program and campus.
English Language Centre Students
As a student in the English Language Centre, you will be automatically registered to receive health insurance through GuardMe. GuardMe coverage is $1.95 per day (approximately $238 per semester). Learn more about GuardMe coverage.
Undergraduate & Graduate International Students
Every International and Exchange Student must be enrolled in the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP). All students should be enrolled for as long as they will be studying at Lakehead.
The fee for this insurance plan will be automatically billed to your student account upon registration and is due with your first instalment*. The UHIP fee for 2020-21 is $720/year (September 1, 2020 - August 31, 2021) or $60/month. If you begin your studies in the winter semester, you are billed $480.00 for 8 months (January 1, 2021 - August 31, 2021). If dependants are joining you (spouse or children), you are required to enrol them in UHIP as well at the same rates. Your UHIP card will be emailed to your Lakehead University email address once you are enrolled.
Please email Christopher Gallinger at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Most of the Health Clinics in Thunder Bay and in Canada will accept your UHIP and will directly charge to your Insurance. However, in some cases you may be required to pay upfront, and then fill out a UHIP Claim Form to get a reimbursement of your amount. Please refer to the tutorial on how to submit a claim for more information.
|Optional LUSU Medical Insurance Plan|
The LUSU (Lakehead University Student Union) Medical Insurance Plan gives you additional coverage for dental, prescription medication, eye care, etc. to supplement UHIP. For details, please visit the Lakehead University Student Union (LUSU) Medical Insurance plan website.
On-campus residence costs depend on the accommodation style you choose. Some options include a mandatory meal plan; others allow you to cook for yourself and do not include the cost of food. For details on all the residence options, visit the links below:
Thunder Bay Campus:
|How Can I Pay My Fees?|
Lakehead University offers several ways for students to pay their fees.
For more details on how to pay student fees, please visit our "Paying Student Fees" webpage.