Fee Reassessment For Deregulated Fees (Program Fees for specific programs)

A deregulated fee process applies to all students with, and without disabilities in specific programs. However, if students with disabilities need to reduce their course load for disability related reasons beyond the program requirement there is a different process for fee reassessment. Some students registered with UTSC AccessAbility Services may be eligible for a fee reassessment up to a maximum of 2.0 credits per semester.

Students should speak to their Disability Consultant to determine if they are eligible for the UTSC deregulated fees per course fee arrangement, and for next steps. This arrangement is subject to the procedures and deadlines listed on the Office of the Registrar's website.

All students active in the identified programs below start each term as flat program fee. It is up to students to ask for adjustment to per course fees if they are under the threshold.

2023-2024 UTSC Applicable programs:

  • Management (Co-op and Non Co-op)
  • Management & International Business
  • Double Degree (Co-op and Non Co-op)
  • Computer Science (Specialist and Majors  only, including Co-op and Non-Co-op)


  • The freeze date is the deadline to add courses for that term/session.

  • Once a per-course cost is set up, any additions or course change requests up to a maximum of 2.0 FCEs following the change to per-course billing must be sent to records.utsc@utoronto.ca.  ​


Deregulated fees (most commonly referred to as Program Fees or MTCU) is an alternative fee structure applied to a certain subset of UTSC’s programming

FCE – Full Course Equivalent​

Flat Program Fee – A flat cost, per term. Assigned to UTSC students registered in the applicable programs. ​

Per Course Fee – A per-course cost assigned, per term. This cost is higher for students in deregulated programs compared to the standard per-course fee for regulated programs (e.g. $610 vs. $1590). ​

Deadline to Add Courses – The "freeze" date by which students are locked into their course load. Course changes after the freeze date are not considered on a routine basis. Exceptional cases may be reviewed where applicable. ​